Missile Design Toolbox
Ekker, David A.
Newberry, Conrad F.
Howard, Richard M.
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Missile Design (MSLDSN) is a toolbox created to be used with The MathWorks' MATLAB® interactive computing environment, version 4.2. MSLDSN provides the missile deSigner with a number of tools to aid in establishing and evaluating missile parameters during the conceptual phase of design. MSLDSN aids the designer in establishing an initial configuration which is then refined using the various missile programs (e.g .• Missile Datcom). MSLDSN is limited to designing solidpropellant- powered, tail-controlled air-ta-air missiles with triangular planform fins in a cruciform arrangement.
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