MISIILE TECHNOLOGY

CONTENTS : CONTENTS 1 Introduction 2 What is meant by term missile 3 Etymology 4 Technology 4.1 Guidance systems 4.2 Targeting systems 4.3 Flight system 4.4 Engine 4.5 Warhead 5 Basic roles 5.1 Surface-toSurface Missile 5.1.1 Anti-ship 5.1.2 Anti-tank 5.2 Surface-to-air Missile 5.2.1 Anti-aircraft 5.2.2 Anti-ballistic 5.3 Air-to-air Missile 5.4 Anti-satellite 5.5 Air-to-Surface 5.6 Air-to-Submarine Missile 6. Advanced Guidance 7. Conclusion INTRODUCTION: : INTRODUCTION: In order to maintain peace in any nation politics is not enough in excess to this we want some offensive as well as defensive weapons which will help us at the time of terrorists attack like situation etc. one such weapons is missiles. WHAT IS MEANT BY TERM “MISSILE”? : WHAT IS MEANT BY TERM “MISSILE”? A missile is a self-propelled projectile used as a weapon .Missiles are typically propelled by rockets or jet engines. They have more than one war heads. ETYMOLOGY: : ETYMOLOGY: The word missile comes from the Latin verb mittere, meaning “to send”. In Military application it means a powered, guided munitions . Rockets are called as powered, unguided munitions. HISTORY OF MISSILES : HISTORY OF MISSILES The first missiles to be used operationally were a series of German missiles of WW2 Most famous of these are the V1 and V2, both of which used a simple mechanical autopilot to keep the missile flying along a pre-chosen route Less well known were a series of anti-shipping and anti-aircraft missiles, typically based on a simple radio control system directed by the operator GUIDANCE SYSTEM: : GUIDANCE SYSTEM: Missiles may be targeted in a number of ways. The most common method is to use some form of radiation, such as infra-red, lasers or radio waves, to guide the missile onto its target. The first two are often known as fire and forget as they need no further support or control from the launch vehicle/platform in order to function Another method is to use a TV camera - using either visible light or infrared - in order to see the target. The picture may be used either by a human operator who steers the missile onto its target, or by a computer doing much the same job. Many missiles use a combination of two or more of the above methods, to improve accuracy and the chances of a successful engagement. TARGETING SYSTEM: : TARGETING SYSTEM: Another method is to target the missile by knowing the location of the target, and using a guidance system such as INS, TERCOM or GPS. This guidance system guides the missile by knowing the missile's current position and the position of the target, and then calculating a course between them. This job can also be performed somewhat crudely by a human operator who can see the target and the missile, and guides it using either cable or radio based remote-control. FLIGHT SYSTEM: : FLIGHT SYSTEM: Whether a guided missile uses a targeting system, a guidance system or both, it needs a flight system. The flight system uses the data from the targeting or guidance system to maneuver the missile in flight, allowing it to counter inaccuracies in the missile or to follow a moving target. There are two main systems: vectored thrust and aerodynamic maneuvering . ENGINE: : ENGINE: Missiles are powered by an engine, generally either a type of rocket or jet engine . Rockets are generally of the solid fuel type for easy maintenance and fast deployment, although some larger ballistic missiles use liquid fuel rockets. Jet engines are generally used in cruise missiles, most commonly of the turbojet type, due to its relative simplicity and low frontal area. Missiles often have multiple engine stages, particularly in those launched from the ground - these stages may all be of similar types or may include a mix of engine types. WARHEAD: : WARHEAD: The warhead of a missile provides its primary destructive power (many missiles have extensive secondary destructive power due to the high kinetic energy of the weapon and unburnt fuel that may be on

but in today’s world there is more amount of terrorism prevailing out as well as threat from the neighboring countries . The fusing and firing system by which the charge is exploded. AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE: : AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE: It is a guided missile fired from an aircraft for the purpose of destroying another aircraft AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE: : AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE: It is a missile that is designed to be launched from military aircraft to strike a ground targets such as warships. Trishul. Artificial Intelligence In Missile Technology ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MISSILE TECHNOLOGY Abstract: The development. The guidance system is the brain of the missile. It has a fuel injection system and propulsion system to travel the required distance. ANTI-SUBMARINE MISSILES: : ANTI-SUBMARINE MISSILES: It is a guided missile tasked with to destroy the ships and submarine from another similar one. LABELLING OF MISSILE COMPONENT PARTS : LABELLING OF MISSILE COMPONENT PARTS BRIEF NOTE OF THE MISSILE COMPONENTS: : BRIEF NOTE OF THE MISSILE COMPONENTS: Missiles have explosive material varying from missile to missile. The armament section carries the explosive charge of the missile. economy and progress depends on the status of the Defence. And it could be also guided by the means of Global Positioning System concepts.board). strength. . The main focus of paper is on chaser missiles. Which is protected by very hard outer metal coating. The propulsion section provides the force that propels the missile. A few applications of Artificial Intelligence used in various technologies have also been discussed. which implements the missile technology using Artificial Intelligence. ADVANCED GUIDANCE CONCEPTS: : ADVANCED GUIDANCE CONCEPTS: Nowadays in this advanced world we could use the help of satellites to target the objects. Warheads are most commonly of the high explosive type. military camps and many more. SURFACE-TO-SURFACE MISSILE : SURFACE-TO-SURFACE MISSILE It is a missile designed to be launched from the ground to destroy aircraft. This paper deals with various generations of computer where the fifth generation computers use Artificial Intelligence. The On-Board Computer department of RCI and ASL of DRDO are working on similar missile technology mostly on the guidance systems for Agni. The Anupama processor designed in India can be used in chasers. This shows the development of Artificial Intelligence in Indian defence systems. often employing shaped charges to exploit the accuracy of a guided weapon to destroy hardened targets.In these conditions if required we can use it for the welfare of our own country men. Akash and NAG along with which even the Chaser using the AI technology CONCLUSION: : CONCLUSION: With this I conclude my topic by saying that missile are harmful for happy and peaceful life.