Ship self air defense analysis for different operation conditions via simulation
Kümek, Mustafa (2007) Ship self air defense analysis for different operation conditions via simulation. [Thesis]
Rapid changes in defense technology have increased the importance of Anti-Air warfare for the naval battles. The increasing complexity of threats, such as anti-ship missiles, urges to develop new techniques and tactics against these threats. This thesis developed simulation models with respect to different operational conditions so as to aid decision makers in ship air defense. We analyzed the effects of different combat systems with simulation models. Different firing policies in different situations were considered. In these situations, various SAM (Surface to air missile) types were used against particular types of threats. The results of these simulation models indicate that use of these models provides good insight for the decision makers and leads them to appropriate decisions about selecting the best firing policy under varying operational conditions.
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