Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process

Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process


Scoring/Evaluation

  1. Technical Content (35 points)


This addresses the correctness of theory, validity of reasoning used, apparent understanding and grasp of the subject, etc. Are all the major factors considered and a reasonably accurate Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process evaluation of these factors presented?


  1. Organization and Presentation (20 Points)


The description of the design as an instrument of communication is a strong factor. Organization of written design, clarity, and inclusion of pertinent Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process information are major factors.



  1. Originality (20 points)

The design proposal should avoid standard textbook information, and should show the independence of thinking or a fresh approach to the project. Does the method and treatment of Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process the problem show imagination? Does the method show an adaptation or creation of automated design tools?


  1. Practical Application and Feasibility (25 points)


The proposal should present conclusions or recommendations that are Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process feasible and practical and not merely lead the evaluators into further difficult or insolvable problems. Is the project realistic from the standpoints of cost, hazardous materials, and commonality with future systems Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process?
Award
Based on a review and scoring of the final report, a trip and an award plaque may be provided by the Sponsor. The trip may consist of attending a missile launch, facility tour Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process, or other aerospace related event. The Sponsor may award up to $5000 toward travel expenses.
^ Additional Information and Clarifications
Questions regarding this competition can be referred to the AIAA MSTC Sponsor members presented below Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process.

Jacqueline Murdock

MSTC Chair

Atlantic Research Corporation (ARC)

5945 Wellington Rd.

Gainesville, VA

Phone: (703) 754-5337

E-mail: murdock@arceng.com

Eugene L. Fleeman

Georgia Institute of Technology

School of Aerospace Engineering

P.O. Box 150

Atlanta, GA 30332-0150

Phone: (703) 697-2187

E-mail Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process: Eugene.Fleeman@asdl.gatech.edu



Appendix C

Nomenclature


The figures and tables in this text are designed as a stand-alone set of information. In most cases it is possible to use a figure or table Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process without referring to the text or referring to other figures and tables. When practical the symbols are defined in the figures and tables. As a complement, a list of symbols is Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process provided in this section.


a speed of sound

a0 free stream speed of sound

A target aspect angle or aspect ratio

A0 free stream air flow area

A1 inlet throat area

A2 diffuser exit area

A Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process3 combustor flame holder entrance area

A4 combustor exit area

A5 nozzle throat area

A6 nozzle exit area

Ab propellant burn area

A* cross sectional area of inlet or nozzle with Mach 1 flow

AC inlet capture area

Ad detectors total area

AIT inlet Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process throat area

A/J anti-jam

Al aluminum

aM acceleration of missile

Ao optics aperture area

AP presented area of threat or target

ARef reference area

At throat area

AV target vulnerable area

b span

B bandwidth, Boron, body, or billion

(bt)res Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process target span resolution by seeker

c specific heat or thermal capacitance, type of loading, or warhead charge weight

C canard, contrast, explosive charge weight, coefficient, chord length, carbon, control, or cost

C1 cost Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process of 1st unit

C1000th cost of 1000th missile

c* characteristic velocity

CA axial force coefficient

C/CT actual contrast-to-threshold contrast ratio

cd discharge coefficient

Cd cadmium

CD drag coefficient

CD0 zero-lift drag coefficient

cg center-of-gravity

cgBO center-of Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process-gravity at burnout

cgLaunch center-of-gravity at launch

Cl chlorine

Cl rolling moment coefficient

CL centerline

CL lift coefficient

CL Tk centerline tank carriage

Clp rolling moment derivative from roll damping

Clb rolling moment derivative from sideslip

Clda Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process rolling moment derivative from roll control deflection

Cldr rolling moment derivative from yaw control deflection

Clf rolling moment derivative from roll angle

Cm pitching moment coefficient

cmac mean aerodynamic chord

Cma pitching moment derivative from angle of attack Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process

Cmde pitching moment derivative from pitch control deflection

Cn yawing moment coefficient

CN normal force coefficient

CNC normal force coefficient from control deflection

CNa normal force derivative from angle of attack

CNde normal force derivative from Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process pitch control deflection

Cnb yawing moment derivative from angle of sideslip

Cnda yawing moment derivative from roll control deflection

Cndr yawing moment derivative from yaw control deflection

CNc normal force coefficient on control surface

CNTrim normal Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process force coefficient at trim

cp specific heat at constant pressure

cp center-of-pressure

cR root chord

CSDD cost of system development and demonstration

cskin specific heat ratio of skin (airframe) material

cT tip chord or Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process threshold contrast

Cx cost of unit x

d diameter

D drag force

D0 zero-lift drag

dB decibel

dBT diameter of boattail

dhemi diameter of hemisphere

do optics diameter

dp pixel diameter

dRef reference diameter

dspot spot diameter

dt incremental time

Dt target diameter

dz/dt velocity in Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process z-direction

d2z/dt2 acceleration in z-direction

D* specific detectivity

E Young’s modulus of elasticity or energy

Ec energy per unit mass of charge

erfc complementary error function

ET total energy

f frequency

f/a fuel Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process-to-air ratio

F force, flare, or noise factor

FCR critical force

f-number aperture length/diameter

F-Pole standoff range at missile intercept

FT tensile force

FTU ultimate tensile force

g gravity

gc gravitational constant (32.2)

GHz 1012 Hz

Gr gain of Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process receiver antenna

Gt gain of transmitter antenna

h convection heat transfer coefficient, or inlet height

h altitude

HCl hydrogen chloride

Hf heating value of fuel

hi initial altitude

hf final altitude

Hg mercury

hL launch altitude

hmask mask altitude

hobstacle height of obstacle

I moment Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process-of-inertia

Isp specific impulse

It total impulse

(IT)Dl Target radiant intensity between l1 and l2

Iy yaw moment-of-inertia

j integer

J Joule

k thermal conductivity

K Boltzman’s constant, thousands, or thickness constant

kg kilogram

km Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process kilometer

l length

L lift force, lead angle, learning curve, or loss factor

lb length of body

lb pound

lbf pound force (unit of force)

lbm pound mass (unit of mass)

lc inside chamber length

(lcomb)min minimum efficient combustor Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process length

l/d length / diameter

L/D lift / drag

lN length of nose

lN/d nose fineness ratio

lRef reference length

Ll spectral radiance (Plank’s Law)

m meter

M Mach number, moment, or warhead metal weight

m. mass Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process flow rate

M0 free stream Mach number

(M3)TC combustor entrance Mach number with thermal choking

MLLE Mach number perpendicular to leading edge

M¥ free stream Mach number

Max maximum value

MB bending moment

MC mass of Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process charge of warhead

Mg magnesium

Mi impact Mach number or initial Mach number

MIE inlet entrance Mach number

ML launch Mach number

Mm mass of metal case of warhead

Mwh mass of warhead

n number of pulses integrated, integer, type Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process of warhead geometry, or burn rate exponent

N normal force, noise, navigation ratio, Newton, or engine rotational speed

N/A not applicable

N’ effective navigation ratio

nfragments number of fragments

nhits number of hits

nm nautical miles

nM missile maneuver Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process acceleration g

NNU Nusselt number

nT target maneuver acceleration g

nw number of wings (nw = 1 is planar, nw = 2 is cruciform )

Nw normal force on wing

nx acceleration g in longitudinal direction

nz acceleration g in Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process vertical direction

O oxygen

p pressure

P penetration, load, or power

p0 free stream static pressure

p2 compressor entrance pressure

p3 compressor exit pressure

p5t turbine exit total pressure

Pa Pascal

PB,C parameter of baseline, corrected ( based on actual data Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process )

PB,U parameter of baseline, uncorrected

pblast blast pressure

pc chamber pressure

PCD,C parameter of conceptual design, corrected

PCD,U parameter of conceptual design, uncorrected

pe exit pressure

pgauge gauge pressure

PK probability of kill

PKE penetration of kinetic energy warhead

Pr Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process power received

psf pounds per square foot

psi pounds per square inch

pt total pressure

Pt power transmitted

pt0 total pressure of free stream

pt2 total pressure after normal shock

q dynamic pressure =

q. heat transfer input flux

Q Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process heat transfer rate per unit area

r radius, recovery factor, or propellant burn rate

R range, radius, dome error slope, reliability, or gas constant

R0 radar reference range

RC climb incremental range

RD detection range Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process or descent incremental range

Re Reynolds number

RF flight range

RF-Pole standoff range at missile intercept

RL launch range

RLOS line-of-sight range

Rmax maximum range

Robstacle range to obstacle

RR recognition range

RT turn radius

R.T. room temperature

RT&A research, technology Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process and acquisition

RTM radius of turn of missile

RTT radius of turn of target

Rx range in x-direction

Ry range in y-direction

S area or signal

Shemi cross sectional area of hemisphere

S/N signal Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process-to-noise ratio

(S/N)D signal-to-noise ratio for detection

SP presented area

SRef reference area

ST tail area

SW wing area

Swet wetted area

t time or thickness

T thrust

T temperature or tail

t0 total time of Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process flight

T0 free stream temperature

t0/t number of time constants for intercept

T1 inlet entrance temperature

T2 compressor entrance temperature

T3 compressor exit temperature

T4 combustor exit temperature or turbine entrance temperature

T5 turbine exit static temperature

T5t Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process turbine exit total temperature

t/t0 fraction of time-to-go

tB rocket motor boost time

TB boost thrust

tC coast time

t/c thickness-to-chord ratio

tcomb time required for combustion

Te telluride

texp exposure time

tf time of Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process flight

THz 1015 Hz

ti initial time

Ti titanium

tmac maximum thickness of mean aerodynamic chord

treact reaction time

tS rocket motor sustain time

TS stall torque of single actuator

tSDD time duration of system development and demonstration

TT target temperature

twall thickness of Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process wall material

TD temperature difference

u velocity

V velocity or vanadium

V. time rate of change in velocity

VBC velocity at begin of coast

VBO velocity at burnout

VC velocity of climb or closing velocity

Vcomb combustion velocity

VD velocity of descent

Ve exit Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process velocity

VEB velocity at end of boost

VEC velocity at end of coast

Vf fragment velocity

Vi initial velocity

VL launch velocity

VM velocity of missile

VT velocity of target

Vx velocity in x-direction

Vy velocity in y-direction

V¥ free Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process stream velocity

w load per unit length or wing

W weight, wing, glint noise spectral density, or Watt

WBC weight at begin of cruise

WBO weight at burnout

Wc weight of warhead charge

WE weight per unit energy

Wf Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process weight of fuel

W.f fuel flow rate

Wi initial weight

WL launch weight

Wm weight of warhead metal case (fragments)

WP propellant weight or weight per unit power

w.p propellant weight flow rate

WT weight Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process per unit torque

Ws structure weight

xAC aerodynamic center location

xcp center-of-pressure location

xCG center-of-gravity location

xHL hinge line location

y lateral distance

Y1 first year

ycp outboard center-of-pressure location

yoffset lateral offset Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process distance

z warhead scaling parameter or vertical direction

zskin skin thickness

zmax maximum value of z

a angle of attack, thermal diffusivity, coefficient of thermal expansion

a’ local effective angle of attack

a.. angle of attack angular acceleration

aTrim Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process trim angle of attack

a/d change in angle of attack with control deflection

a/g . angle of attack sensitivity to turn rate

b angle of sideslip

d control deflection, body angle, or seeker angle

d. control Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process surface defection rate

dLE leading edge section angle

dtrim control deflection for trim

e nozzle expansion ratio (exit area/throat area), strain, dielectric constant, seeker angle error, or emissivity coefficient

f equivalence ratio (actual Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process fuel-to-air compared to stochiometric) or missile roll angle

z damping coefficient

g specific heat ratio (» 1.4 for ambient air, » 1.2 for rocket motor) or flight path angle

g0 free stream specific heat ratio

g1 specific heat ratio Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process at inlet entrance

g2 specific heat ratio at compressor entrance

g3 specific heat ratio at compressor exit or combustor entrance

g4 specific heat ratio at turbine entrance or combustor exit

g5 specific heat ratio at turbine exit

g Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process. Rate of change in flight path angle

gC Flight path climb angle

gD Flight path dive or descent angle

gi initial flight path angle

gM Initial heading error of missile

h efficiency (n = 1 is 100% efficient Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process), fraction of maximum solar radiation

ha atmospheric transmission

l taper ratio (tip chord/root chord), wavelength, or surface geometry coefficient

m Mach angle

q missile pitch attitude, beam width, shock angle, radial angle, or surface angle

q.. pitch Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process attitude angular acceleration

qBT boattail angle

qF vision fovea angle of human eye that provides highest resolution

q i incidence angle

r density

r¥ free stream density

rM missile average density

rp density of penetrator warhead

rT density of target

rwall density of Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process wall material

s radar cross section, stress, standard deviation, or miss distance

sBuckle buckling stress

sglint miss distance from glint

sHE miss distance from heading error

sMAN miss distance from target maneuver acceleration

sMax maximum stress

st tensile Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process stress

sTU target ultimate stress

sTS thermal stress

syield yield stress

pK pressure sensitivity to temperature

t time constant

td time constant from control effectiveness

td. time constant from deflection rate limit

tDome time constant from radome error slope

wActuator actuator Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process bandwidth

wBB first mode body bending frequency

D incremental

Dfp pixel detector bandwidth

L sweep angle, solar absorbtivity

å summation

! factorial

| | absolute value

» approximately equal to

~ similar to

< less than

> greater than

^ perpendicular to

# number

2a major axis of ellipse

2b minor axis of ellipse


Appendix D

Acronyms


1-DOF one-degree Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process-of-freedom

2D two dimensional

2-DOF two-degrees-of-freedom

3D three dimensional

3-DOF three-degrees-of-freedom

4-DOF four-degrees-of-freedom

6-DOF six-degrees-of-freedom

AAA anti-aircraft artillery

AAM air-to-air missile

AARGM Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process Advanced Anti-radiation Guided Missile

ACTD Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration

ADAM Advanced Design of Aerodynamic Missiles

AMRAAM Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile

AoA angle of attack or assessment of alternatives

AP ammonium perchlorate

ARH anti-radiation homing

ARM anti-radiation Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process missile

ARRMD Affordable Rapid Response Missile Demonstrator

ASALM Advanced Strategic Air Launched Missile

ATA air-to-air or automatic target acquisition

ATD Advanced Technology Demonstration

ATM atmosphere

ATR automatic target recognition

ATS air-to-surface

ADAM Advanced Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process Design of Aerodynamic Missiles

AEDC Arnold Engineering Development Center

AGM air-to-ground missile

AIM air intercept missile

APKWS Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System

AVG average

BAT Brilliant Anti-tank

BDA battle damage assessment

BDI battle damage indication

BL baseline or body Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process line

BTT bank-to-turn

BTU British Thermal Unit

C3 command, control, and communication

C3I command, control, communication, intelligence

C4ISR command, control, communication, computers, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance

CBU cluster bomb unit

CCM counter-countermeasures

CEP circular error Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process probable

CFD computational fluid dynamics

CLS canister launch system

CM cruise missile

COTS commercial off the shelf

CPIA Chemical Propulsion Information Agency

DATCOM DATaCOMpendium

DCR Dual Combustor Ramjet-scramjet

DemVal Demonstration and Validation

DoD Department of Defense

DOE design of experiments

DOF Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process degree of freedom

DOS disk operating system

ECM electronic countermeasures

EDPM ethylene propylene diene monomer

EFP explosively formed projectile

EM electro-mechanical or electro-magnetic

EMC electro-magnetic compatibility

EMD Engineering and Manufacturing Development

EMI electro-magnetic interference

EMP electro-magnetic Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process pulse

EO electro-optical

EOCM electro-optical countermeasure

FEM finite element model

FMRAAM Future Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile

FOS factor of safety

FOV field of view

fps feet per second

G&C guidance & control

GPS Global Positioning System

HDBK handbook

HE Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process high explosive or heading error

HL hinge line

HM hypersonic missile or hinge moment

HMX Her Majesty’s Explosive

HOQ house of quality

HPM high power microwave

HTPB hydroxyl-terminated polybutadiene binder

HWL hardware-in-loop

IFOV instantaneous field of view

IM insensitive munition

IMU Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process inertial measurement unit

INS inertial navigation system

IOC initial operational capability

IPPD integrated product and process development

IR infrared

IIR imaging infrared

IRR integral rocket-ramjet

ITCV Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone

JASSM Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process Missile

JDAM Joint Direct Attack Munition

JSOW Joint Standoff Weapon

JI jet interaction

KE kinetic energy

LADAR laser detection and ranging

LE leading edge

LOCAAS Low Cost Autonomous Attack System

LOS line of sight angle

LRIP low rate initial production

LWIR long wave infrared

mac Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process mean aerodynamic chord

MEOP maximum effective operating pressure

MD miss distance

MEMS micro-machined electro-mechanical systems

MIL STD military standard

MIRs most important requirements

mmW millimeter wave

MOM measure of merit

MRAAM medium range air-to-air missile

MWIR medium wave Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process infrared

NEAR Nielsen Engineering and Research

NOAA National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

NSWC Naval Surface Warfare Center

NTW Navy Theater Wide

OP operating pressure

P3I pre-planned product improvement

PBX plastic bonded explosive

PC personal computer

PDRR Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process Program Definition and Risk Reduction

PGM precision guided munition

PS power supply

PTV propulsion test validation

RA rolling airframe

RCS radar cross section

RDX Royal Demolition Explosive

RF radar frequency

RFCM radar frequency countermeasure

RFP request for proposal

RJ ramjet

RSS root sum of Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process squares

RT&A research, technology, and acquisition

RTM resin transfer molding

SAM surface-to-air missile

SAR synthetic aperture radar

SDD system development and demonstration

SFW Sensor Fuzed Weapon

SL sea level

SLAM-ER Standoff Land Attack Missile-Expanded Response

SM static margin Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process or Standard Missile

SOTA state of the art

SOW statement of work

STA station or surface-to-air

STD standard

STS surface-to-surface

STT skid-to-turn

SW Sidewinder

TALD Tactical Air-launched Decoy

TBM theater ballistic missile

TCT time Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process critical target

TE trailing edge or target error

TEL transporter, erector, launcher

THAAD Theater High Altitude Area Defense

TK tank

TLE target location error

TM telemetry

TMC thrust magnitude control

TMD Tactical Missile Design

TNT TriNitroToluene

TRL technology readiness level

TURB Scoring/Evaluation - 20 points). Chapter I ( Introduction/Key Drivers in the Design Process turbulent

TVC thrust vector control

UAV unmanned air vehicle

UCAV unmanned combat air vehicle

VARTM vacuum assisted resin transfer molding

VLS Vertical Launch System

W/H warhead

XLDB cross-linked double base

w/o without


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