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A Development of 3D Modeling-based Survivability Analysis System for Armored Fighting Vehicle using Importance of Components

부품의 중요도를 활용한 3차원 전차 모델 기반 생존성 분석 시스템 개발

  • Received : 2015.01.16
  • Accepted : 2015.02.12
  • Published : 2015.05.31

Abstract

The mission capability of tank depends on its survivability. The survivability is ability for protection and tolerance by damage from threats. To improve the survivability of tank, we need an effectiveness analysis for loss of components, and accomplish performance enhancement using the result of analysis. In this paper, we develop a survivability analysis system for tank based on the importance. The importance numerically represents weight of each component which consisting of whole tank, also the importance is basic method of quantitative survivability analysis. To do this, we assign weight values to each component of tank, compose a weight tree, apply the importance calculation equation, and analyze the survivability of tank. Also we develop the system that consists of component structuralization and weight value setting program and survivability analysis and visualization program, and evaluate the system using implemented 3D CAD models of components of tank. The developed system apply to arrangement components.

Keywords

Importance;Survivability analysis;Vulnerability analysis;Tank;Combat system

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