Optimization of Missile Control System under Dynamic Loading of Two Materials Namely Aluminum 24345 and S2 Glass

Thurpunati K areem Basha, M. Venkataramudu, Pv. Subhanjaneyulu


Missile control bays have been, and are seemingly still, the most proficient methods for controlling a missile and managing it to an objective. They can proficiently produce the required moving power by an immediate activity close to the focal point of gravity. Influencing these aerodynamically controlled designs are the measuring and power necessities of the control surfaces. The high arbitrary vibration loads bestowed on Missile control segment by the other hardware amid dispatch make an unfavorable. So here lessening the vibrations is critical one. Plan necessity for Missile control segment that have a less common recurrence, with the end goal to stay away from harm and disappointment because of dynamic coupling.

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