Simulation of Missiles Interception System
In the following video, we demonstrate a simulation of an interceptor with preformed fragments warhead.
Our simulation enables ultra-fast analysis of the concept’s endgame feasibility.
Later on, the simulation enables:
- Testing the sensitivity to different parameters and their dispersions
- Testing the system's functionality with parameters of different sensors
- Developing, testing and optimizing the algorithms of timing equations
- Testing the system’s operation against various threats
- Checking interception angles and effective elapsed distances
- And more...
The video demonstrates the ability to implement a simulation of such a concept.
At the beginning of each part there is a demonstration of a single-shot scenario, and then a map that presents the interceptor's effectiveness against a defined threat at a selected intercept angle.
The first part of the video shows a debris model that defines the motion vectors (direction and velocity) dispersions of each fragment. Then a single scenario is simulated in each cell of a matrix to create a lethality map that presents the interceptor's effectiveness against a defined threat at a selected intercept angle.
In the second part of the video, there is a similar example following changes in the interceptor model. Those changes include reducing the number of rings of the warhead, changing the number of fragments in each ring, and canceling the randomness in the motion vector of each fragment.