Measurement of Pressure Field on Stationary Rotary Wing Model for Further Computation of Chaff Cloud Bloom
Keywords:chaff, jamming, self‐defence, aerodynamic pressure
This article describes the current situation in the area of electronic warfare. Aircraft protection can be greatly utilised not only in military but also in civilian applications. Active radar signal jamming methods are costly and therefore, aircraft protection using Chaff jamming increases efficiency, application variability and makes it affordable. The article describes Chaff and the initial set of measurements designed for measuring aerodynamic pressure around a helicopter model. This data lays the foundations for the direction of further development, which is introduced at the of the article.
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