Possible approaches to determining lateral and range effects for bomb stations, based on observed impact points
Barr, Donald Roy
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Two simple experimentation approaches to determining the effects of bomb rack positions on bomb impact offsets and relative range errors are described. The approaches use only impact data obtained through the prescribed experimental procedures. They do not require delivery aircraft track data nor aircraft velocity and acceleration data. Statistical analyses required to test the significance of the rack positions as well as estimate the magnitudes of the effects are discussed. (Author)
NPS Report NumberNPS55-78-10
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