A method to maneuver aeroballistic missiles under counteractions

Control Systems of Moving Objects


A way to maneuver a high-speed aeroballistic missile (AMB) flying over an area where it can be shot down by enemy air and antimissile weapons is presented. It involves configuring the maneuver and setting reference points’ coordinates in a conditional coordinate system in advance. For setting the trajectory of an ABM with an anti-interception maneuver, the ABM is homed-in step-by-step to each reference point, whose coordinates are transformed in advance into a coordinate system connected with a certain area on the Earth. This offers the advantage of the possibility to plan maneuvers with any configuration without breaking the restrictions set on the controlling parameters.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Moscow Aviation Institute, (National Research University)MoscowRussia
  2. 2.Military Academy of Strategic Rocket ForcesMoscowRussia

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