An Introduction to the Theory of Aeroelasticity by Y C Fung

By Y C Fung

Aimed at complicated undergraduates and graduate scholars, this extraordinary textual content surveys aeroelastic difficulties, their old historical past, easy actual techniques, and the rules of study. It has additionally confirmed hugely worthwhile to designers and engineers interested by flutter, structural dynamics, flight rather a lot, and similar topics.

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Scan-to-scan for search) RCS dominant point targets • Swerling III is more appropriate for slowly fluctuating dominant multiplescattering center targets. 40 Chapter 2 Integrating the Swerling III density from VT to ∞ yields: P D SW III   2    2 + V σ 2 / 2 SNR + SNR 2 2  = T   2 + SNR 2    . 15) ) The benefit of Swerling III (SW III) over Swerling I (SW I) is primarily when noncoherently integrating pulses at higher SNRs. SW III is superior to SW I for detection purposes when SNR ≥ 10 dB.

Uses coherent burst (N-pulse) waveform and a bank of N-Doppler filters for detection. 44 Chapter 2 Moving target indicator waveforms and processing exploit the low-speed nature of land, and sea and weather clutter. 6. 7. 22) where Cin and Cout are the input and output clutter powers, respectively. 7 MTI Canceller Frequency Response . 23) Target Detection 45 and: I ( fD ) = ( Signal ) out ( Signal ) in ( for a linear receiver ) . 25) where σf , T, and PRF are the clutter spectral width, pulse repetition interval (PRI), and pulse repetition frequency, respectively.

Next, target detection in both surface and volume clutter is described. Last, multiple-pulse detection methods are described, including coherent and non-coherent integration. , point targets), but are a complex combination of individual scatterers dependent on the radar viewing geometry, RF operating frequency, and bandwidth. , B ≥ 500 MHz), the radar can usually resolve individual RF scattering centers on the target’s physical configuration. , via blockage or geometry), they will generally appear to the radar as nonfluctuating echoes.

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