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2018, vol. 68, iss. 3, pp. 56-63
State of the propulsive-group development for enhanced anti-armored guided missile
Military Technical Institute - MTI, Belgrade

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Keywords: anti-armor rocket; rocket motor; propulsive group; starting (booster) motor; marching (sustainer) motor; propellant grain; thrust; pressure; range
Abstract
The main propulsive group of anti-armor guided missile is reinforced by additional propulsive group with the aim to increase the range. Final concept of the propulsion has been adopted after consideration of several proposed solutions. Two additional motors are made and they are currently under development. The first results were obtained, and the additional motors at this stage are refined through the static tests as well as through the correction of the composition and the design of the propellant grains. An overview of the common procedure is described on the way to winning the final solution for rocket propulsion.
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article language: English
document type: unclassified
DOI: 10.5937/str1803056M
published in SCIndeks: 04/04/2019
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