Guided Missile
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Guided missile is a bomb like flying weapon that is steered to its target. Some guided missiles steer themselves. They contain a computer and other special equipment that guides them. Some of these missiles can even chase and destroy a moving target, such as an aero plane or missile. Other guided missiles fly under human control, though they carry no pilot. They follow directions radioed to them from controllers who may be far away. Most guided missiles look like rockets. Some have stubby, aero plane like wings. Most actually consist of a rocket with one or more explosive sections called warheads. A jet engine, rather than a rocket motor, powers a few kinds of missiles. Still others are winged bombs with no engine. An aero plane drops such glide bombs.
In the current scenario the respect for a country is a measure of the complex defence systems available at its disposal. Guided missiles form an important part of a nation?s defence army. These missiles capable of destroying targets miles away without being detected by the advanced radar systems are really scientific marvels. This seminar deals with the different types, parts and guidance systems of the guided missiles.
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Prepared by:S.RANGA MAHESH REDDY

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What is a Rocket?
A rocket is spacecraft, aircraft or other vehicle which obtains thrust by ejecting a jet of fast moving fluid exhaust from a rocket engine. Chemical rockets create their exhaust by the combustion of rocket propellant. ...
They are normally used for carrying satellites into space.
What is a missile?
A rocket carrying a warhead of conventional or nuclear explosives; may be ballistic or directed by remote control projectile.
or
A weapon that is forcibly thrown or projected at a targets.
Difference between Missile & Rocket
A missile is any weapon which flies toward its target, it could be anything from a rock that you pick up off the ground and throw at an enemy, to a spear, an arrow, a bullet, up to a multi-staged rocket carrying multiple MIRV-type nuclear weapons.
Where as,a rocket is simply a non-air-breathing object which is propelled by shooting a stream of gases out behind it. 

Guided Missile
Guided Missiles, usually containing conventional or nuclear explosives, guided in flight towards a target either by remote control or by internal mechanisms. Guided missiles vary widely in size and type, ranging from large strategic ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads to small, portable rockets carried by foot soldiers.
PRINCIPLE
TRACKING
GUIDANCE
FLIGHT
Flight
Tracking
Guidance

POWER SOURCE
SELF CONTAINED ROCKET MOTORS: It contains a motor fan which force it by the air to proceed. It is less efficient & used in the past era.
2) AIR BREATHING JET ENGINE’S: In this type of power source the combustion chamber in which the fuel burns is called the motor When the fuel in a solid-propellant rocket is ignited, the gases formed during combustion are forced out the nozzle and the rocket moves forward. The fuel is called the grain and is often formed with a hollow core for longer burning times.
WARHEAD
A warhead is an explosive device used in military conflicts to destroy enemy vehicles or buildings.
Typically, a warhead is delivered by a missile,rocket or torpedo. It consists of the explosive material, and a detonator.


Types of warhead
Explosive: An explosive charge is used to disintegrate the target, and damage surrounding areas with a shockwave.
Chemical: A toxic chemical, such as nerve gas is dispersed, which is designed to injure or kill human beings.
Biological: An infectious agent, such as anthrax is dispersed, which is designed to sicken and kill humans

TYPES OF MISSILES
SURFACE TO SURFACE
1. V-1 & V-2 LAND BASED.
2. LAND BASED STRATEGIC MISSILE.
3.SEA BASED STRATEGICAL MISSILE.
4.CRUISE MISSILE.
5.TACTICAL MISSILE.
AIR LAUNCHED MISSILE
SURFACE TO AIR MISSILE
* AIR DEFENCE
V-1 & V-2
LAND BASED MISSILE
SEA BASED MISSILE
CRUISE MISSILE
AIR LAUNCHED MISSILE
NUCLEAR MISSILE
SURFACE TO AIR
Guidance system
A guidance system is a device or group of devices used to navigate a ship, aircraft, missile, rocket, satellite, or other craft. Typically this refers to a system that navigates without direct or continuous human control. Systems that are intended to have a high degree of human interaction are usually referred to as a navigational system
TYPES OF GUIDANCE
REMOTE CONTROL
BEAM RIDING
ACTIVE RADAR HOMING
WIRE GUIDED MISSILE
INFRARED HOMING

REMOTE CONTROL
IN THIS TYPE OF GUIDANCE SYSTEM WE SIMPLY USED A REMOTE CONTROL TO JUST GIVE THE INSTRUCTION TO THE FINS OF THE MISSILE TO MOVE IT TOWARD’ THE TARGET
BEAM RIDING
Beam-riding guidance leads a missile to its target by means of radar or a laser beam. It is one of the simplest forms of radar or laser guidance.
The main use of this kind of system is to destroy airplanes or tanks

ACTIVE RADAR HOMING
Active radar homing is a type of missile guidance where a guided missile contains a radar transceiver and the electronics necessary for it to find and track its target autonomously.

WIRE-GUIDED MISSILE

A wire-guided missile is a missile guided by signals sent to it via thin wires reeled out during flight.
INFRARED HOMING
Infra-red homing refers to a guidance system which uses the infra-red light emissions of a target to track it. Missiles which use infra-red seeking are often referred to as "heat-seekers". Infra-red is just below the visible spectrum of light and is radiated mostly by hot bodies.

How other rockets can be Destroyed
MAJOR ADVANCED GUIDANCE SYSTEMS
Global Positioning System (GPS)
Optical guidance

Global Positioning System (GPS)
This system of satellites provides extremely accurate position information. The receiver's position is triangulated using satellites in known orbits. Commercial receivers are limited in how accurately they may provide position data, as well as the maximum velocity at which they may operate. This is to prevent their use in manufacturing weapons.
Optical guidance
Guided missiles use stored images of the terrain they are to fly over and an external sensor to track their current position. This guidance system was extremely expensive and not suitable for use in small payload operations. These were used on cruise missiles before the advent of GPS, which is both cheaper and more accurate. Devices that implement optical guidance incur high costs because of the high on-board processing requirements needed to check the current location against the course data
ANTI SATELLITE MISSILE
Anti-satellite weapons (ASATs) are weapons designed to be used against artificial satellites.


ANTI-SHIP MISSILE
An Anti-ship missile (AShM) is a military missile designed for use against naval surface ships.

ANTI-TANK MISSILE
An Anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) is a missile primarily designed to hit and destroy tanks. An alternative name is Anti-tank guided weapon (ATGW).
Advantages Missiles have a consistent and versatile damage output, and are capable of dealing single damage types. It is also impossible for a missile to miss a target, unless the target outruns the missile, moves out of range, or disengages and warps away.
Disadvantages
Missiles can be destroyed in flight either with Defender missiles or with a well-timed smartbomb detonation, partially or completely nullifying the attacker's damage output.
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sir, Do you have any material about cruise missile technology??
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if u hv the report file also
thn plz snd it to biswajit.341[at]gmail.com
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Guided Missile

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Excuses:

Perhaps it should first be said that this is a difficult project to write in the context of this assignment. Cruise missiles are not a natural resource, and the production of them is not transparent enough to adequately track the entire product life cycle from cradle to grave without further investment of time and research.

Another point to be made is that while the use of natural resources for producing these weapons is significant, it’s quite small in comparison to industries like the automotive or commercial aerospace industries. Accordingly, I place less emphasis on the exploitation of these materials and the communities affected by production and extraction, and instead focus on variables more relevant to the topic and the approach to this study



Explanation:
In the study of the guided missile industry in the US, I found that there was little information about contaminants in the production facilities and the areas that surround them. While I do not wish to completely dismiss the exceptions (there were many), upon closer inspection, I found that the actions of these corporations and their #1 customers (the Pentagon) outside of the US were far more appalling (see Vieques, Puerto Rico).
Consequently, I devote more attention to the problems of missile testing and disposal using Maehyang-ri as a case study. This provides an excellent example some of the non-conflict related repurcussions of missiles and other incendiary devices.



Bill of Materials
While the materials that make up cruise missiles are classified, it can be safely assumed that there is a good deal of aluminum, plastic, and steel alloys involved in the production of the frame. Additionally, there are lightweight and heat resistant ceramic compounds, as well as structural plastic (some ‘corrugated’, and some structural foam). The engine is largely composed of aluminum and steel alloys, as well as the fuel tank. In the tomahawk missile, the fuel supply is a solid fuel compound, which undoubtedly contains nitrogen, some powdered metal, crystalline oxidizer, and a polymer (plastic) binding agent. The launch tube is made of a special resin (plastic) that is monofilament wound for stability and endurance (but not re-use!) In this section, I go into details of the missile’s materials and their sources.


Aluminum
makes up most of the outer hull, and much of the structure for the frame. Aluminum is the third most commonly used metal in industry, after iron and steel. It is used here (and typically for aeronautical purposes) because it’s lightweight, and in some cases stronger than steel. Aluminum occurs naturally, but for industrial purposes, it is extracted from bauxite ore. There are numerous bauxite deposits worldwide, mainly in the tropical and subtropical regions, but also in Europe and the southeastern United States. Bauxite is generally extracted by open cast mining from strata, typically some 4-6 yards thick under a shallow covering of topsoil and vegetation. Aluminum is extracted from bauxite ore in a process that requires incredible amounts of electricity, which is the key reason for its higher cost relative to steel. Recent examples of indigenous peoples being upset/displaced by bauxite mining operations can be seen in the cases of Alcoa Mining company in Indonesia (under Suharto) and in the acts of civil disobedience in response to Hydro Aluminum’s operations in India.



Steel
is used in reinforcement, the fuel tank and in smaller hardware (In the Tomahawk, some of these may be substituted for titanium). Its advantages are low cost, a wide range of attainable mechanical properties, and a high modulus of elasticity (ductility). Steel is primarily iron and carbon, and is processed and alloyed with other metals to achieve different properties. Iron ore is mined worldwide, and the US, not surprisingly, is the biggest importer. To become steel, iron is melted in a blast furnace to remove impurities, then goes through a series of cooling, reheating and/or “cold working” processes to achieve the desired properties. Steel is typically alloyed with Nickel and/or Chromium, though it is often processed with other metals as well. Industrial iron mining practices strip the land, leak toxins into the earth/water supply, and displace people. Steel mills release ash and other emissions in the air, as well as decreasing the quality of life of those who work and live in and around them.


Solid Propellant

The fuel source of the Tomahawk is a solid propellant. Without going into excessive detail, a solid fuel propellant intended for use in a turbofan engine is made up of nitrogen, some powdered metal, crystalline oxidizer, and a polymer binding agent. The specific formula for the Tomahawk is classified, but it should contain at least the ingredients listed above. Chances are, there is also an explosive to increase thrust. …and then there’s the payload (the bomb), the possible inclusion of depleted uranium (DU), and the guidance system (both on the missile itself and on the ground). I will cover the first two in the section on usage. The guidance system will be discussed briefly in explaining how the device works.






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