Munition Efficiency

Munition Efficiency Maps

The following examples show the ability to build munition efficiency maps against different targets, using different vulnerability criteria.

In the following example, the targets are 3D models of fighters in standing, squatting, or lying positions and the use of Sperrazza Criteria. The munition model was defined for demonstration purposes and does not refer to a specific munition. The simulation enables a sensitivity test for the munition approaching angle, the height of the initiation, the CEP, the aiming point, the deployment of the target on the ground, factors that create full or partial concealment, and more.

In the next 4 illustrations:

1. Demonstration of a munition lethality map against a standing man wearing a vest and a helmet.

2. Sensitivity test of the initiation height of munition. As seen, an initiation height of 1.5 meters improves the red area (probability of neutralization is more than 80%) by 10%, compared with ground-level initiation.

3. Presenting a complex target model that includes fighters in standing, squatting and lying positions behind a partial hiding place.

4. A sensitivity test for the height of the munition initiation against the said complex target, for neutralizing at least 3 warriors. As seen,  initiating a munition at a height of 2 meters will enable achieving about 90% neutralization probability
of 3 warriors, compared to only 10% at ground level initiation (under the same set of the aiming point, CEP, etc.).