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Principles of Naval Weapons Systems

Course Description

This 4 day short course presented by Mr Craig Payne spans a wide variety of topics with the objective to provide the student the “big picture” as related to basic sensor and weapons theory. Material will cover general physical theory of various types of radar systems, electro-optical systems, sonar systems, guidance and tracking systems, command and control architectures, weapon propulsion, fusing and warheads. Mathematic expressions are kept simple such that a quick understanding of the relationships and trade-offs of different performance factors can be appreciated and determined. Considerations on how the differing elements of the Detect-to-Engage sequence could be analysed, judgments made and metrics used are also explored. All subjects will be treated in an unclassified nature.

Target Audience

This course is designed for decision makers, analysts and engineers who want to broaden their understanding of individual elements of the detection to engagement kill-chain for Naval Weapons Systems.

Course Outline

What Makes a Combat System?

Radar

Antennas, Radar Performance Factors, Radar Range Equation, Radar Systems, Radar Selection Exercise

EO/IR

Radiant Terminology, Thermal and Selective Radars, Targets, Backgrounds and Attenuation, IR Range Equation, Scanners and Detectors, Electro-Optical Selection Exercise

Sonar

Propagation, Figure of Merit, Active and Passive System Considerations, Non-Acoustic Considerations, Acoustic Selection Exercise

Track

Servo, Track-while-scan, Passive Only Tracking, Identification

Command and Control

Tactical Data, C2, Link 11, Link 16, Link 22, CEC, GCCS-M

Engagement

Propulsion - ballistics, jets, rockets, Guidance - types, phase, homing logic

Countermeasures

Electronic Warfare - basic jamming techniques, protection methods, Decoys - Types of decoys and desired effects of use

Effects

Fuzing - basic functions and types, Warheads - explosive chemistry, Damage Predictions - fragmentation effects, fuel air explosives, armour piercing and shape charges

Kill-chain Analysis and Trade-offs

Introduction of kill chain analysis, Life-Cycle Costing, Trade off Exercises

Measures of Effectiveness

Evaluation of Combat Systems

Latest Combat Systems

Course Details

Course start Thu 1st January 2015
Course end Thu 31st December 2015
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