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TurboPK is a fast, powerful computer survivability/vulnerability analysis program that is used to simulate and analyze kinetic energy (KE) weapons effects, including armor-piercing projectiles, fragments from exploding munitions, and air blast. The...
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The SURVICE Engineering Company’s PenCalc™ penetration code is a spreadsheet-based implementation of two well-known penetration algorithms: the Project THOR and the Joint Technical Coordinating Group for Munitions Effectiveness (JTCG/ME) equations....
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In support of the U.S. military’s ongoing critical need to make combat vehicles (particularly air systems) lighter while simultaneously maximizing their survivability and operational performance, SURVICE and partners Automated Dynamics Corporation...
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The Fire Prediction Model (FPM) is a tool designed to assist analysts in simulating fire ignition, sustainment, and suppression for aircraft, ships, and ground vehicles. FPM is the primary physics-based fire simulation model in use for vehicle...
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SURVICE Monograph 14-001 This monograph is intended to serve as an introduction to the topic of time series analysis, documenting numerous methods for analysis of ballistic data, such as pressure and acceleration. The methods have applicability...
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SURVICE Monograph 15-001 Critical to combat system survivability analysis is the ability to estimate the effects of threat-target interactions. However, this ability is particularly challenging given the inherent variability in the fundamental...
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Topics What does “Mission-Based” really mean? The “Building Block Approach” to LFT&E A Post-Shot Interview with an Anthropomorphic Simulator Parting Shots (Pun Intended)