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The Control of Anti -Aircraft Missile Flight Path in Atmospheric Disturbances

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The control of homing surface-to-air short-range anti-aircraft missile takes place in the atmosphere, in which there are different types of atmospheric disturbances such as: turbulence, gust and wind shear. The atmospheric disturbances is generated with the Dryden power spectral density model. This paper presents a method for control of flying objects such as anti-aircraft missile moving in a disturbed environment. The method of proportional navigation will be applied for the guidance of missile on the ground target. The research will include the analysis of influence of atmospherics on the hitting the target accuracy, the shape of the flight path and the values of generated control forces. Numerical research will be carried out with use of Matlab/Simulink software. Obtained results will be presented in the graphical form.