Modelling and Simulation of Surface to Surface Missile General Platform
Keywords:missile modelling, surface‐to‐surface missile, 6 degrees of freedom, equation of motion, non‐linear state space model
In this paper, a general platform of a surface‐to‐surface missile model is presented. An accurate missile system model was made with consideration of the rigid body dynamics in space with six degrees of freedom and equation of motion starting from Newton second law to the non‐linear state space model of the missile. Computer simulations have been executed using the MATLAB / Simulink software. Verification of the system model has been made.
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