ProblemSet4_2011 - E S300 Principles o f Naval Weapon...

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ES300 Principles ofNaval Weapon Systems Problem Set 4 - AY 2011 NAME: Key Section: 1) Fill in the following tables. EO SOURCE RANGE OF BANDWIDTHS TACTICAL EXAMPLE SELECTIVE RADIATORS See Table 8-3 ¢. 3>5 - 1 Z .aWl LA sPtl 'Df-SIGNATO/( THERMAL RADIATORS (-10° to 700°C) ',; - 12. ;Il WI f./ II !1A4/5) v81-11ClGS} /3vr/l)lM,s 2) Draw the following on the Electro-Optic (EO) portion of the Electro-Magnetic (EM) spectrum below: a) The six major divisions of the EO spectrum b) The range of bandwidths of EO sources 1 10 15 , A.(um) 0.1 0.1.{ 1 tJ~Af2. ~t O';l,R 3 )r rJ~ \ ~.OIV. l~ Vl~&a.e Ie )c )~ 3) List 3 selective radiators you might see on a daily basis: L,p 0 s / 1 5'1'1<"11+ J'SI()A,/S LA5Efl- Cp,} /L . 0/ ~ T~ Dt>.rrotie. Seq" 11 ~I' ) F lOc-r SC p,,+ f,'cr 4 t~ ..., Draw the resultant radiant spectrum for both radiators (power vs. wavelength):
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ES300 Principles ofNaval Weapon Systems 5) You are using your binoculars to observe a train carrying enemy munitions. The tracks are 4km away and the train takes up 95% of your field of view. Given that your binoculars have a 15° field of view, how long is the train? ~-l]l./kM<S,.(J~·): 1<.>;5 .. : FW E ; "----'rit I<~ 7" L ~ 0 . .,5 Jf fo V , ~ ~ . 5 J)l 6) A marine uses a ground LASER target designator (GLTO) to paint an enemy command and control post for a laser-guided bomb (LGB) airstrike. The divergence of the LASER beam (8) is 0 15°, the post is 4km
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course WEAPONS AN ES300 taught by Professor Blood during the Summer '11 term at Naval Academy.

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