From the ground up, TurboPK was built for speed. Calculations that once took hours can now be performed in mere minutes or even seconds, providing analysts and decision-makers with the flexibility to explore many “what if” scenarios.
TurboPK is a fast, powerful computer survivability/ vulnerability analysis program.
The program is used to simulate and analyze kinetic energy (KE) weapons effects, including armor-piercing projectiles, fragments from exploding munitions, and air blast. It runs on both Windows and Linux platforms and features a clean and easy-touse interface, enabling most new users to be performing full analysis work with less than an hour of instruction.
TurboPK puts survivability analysis into the hands of a wide variety of users, including:
Key Features & Options
- Required amount of rolled homogeneous armor (RHA)
- Impact speed or mass on vulnerable components
- Fixed height-of-burst (HOB)
- Burst-point grid (mean area of effectiveness)
- Single point-burst analysis
- Batch operations
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