Accession Number : AD0447820
Title : COMPARISON OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL DISPERSION FOR VERTICAL PROBE ROCKETS (WITH EMPHASIS ON WIND EFFECTS),
Corporate Author : RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY DIV EGLIN AFB FL DETACHMENT 4
Personal Author(s) : Hooton, John C.
Report Date : MAR 1964
Pagination or Media Count : 11
Abstract : This study was conducted in order to compare experimental dispersion results with theoretical computations for rockets where the wind dispersion contributes over 50 % of the total dispersion. Areas are determined in which computational improvements can be made to give greater accuracy in predicting the impact of future vertical probe rocket launchings. Conclusions and recommendations are derived which are applicable to the subsequent improvement of theoretical computations. (Author)
Descriptors : (*SOUNDING ROCKETS, CIRCULAR ERROR PROBABLE), TERMINAL BALLISTICS, WIND, DEFLECTION, MATHEMATICAL PREDICTION, ROCKET TRAJECTORIES, ERRORS, DISTRIBUTION.
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE