2 edition of Alternatives for boost-phase missile defense. found in the catalog.
Alternatives for boost-phase missile defense.
|Other titles||Alternatives for boost phase missile defense|
|Contributions||United States. Congressional Budget Office.|
|LC Classifications||UG740 .A47 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||2004451136|
The Christian Science Monitor is an international news organization that delivers thoughtful, global coverage via its website, weekly magazine, online daily edition, and email newsletters. Missile defense is a system, weapon, or technology involved in the detection, tracking, interception, and destruction of attacking missiles. Originally conceived as a defense against nuclear-armed intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), its application has broadened to include shorter-ranged non-nuclear tactical and theater missiles.
Making Sense of Ballistic Missile Defense: An Assessment of Concepts and Systems for U.S. Boost-Phase Missile Defense in Comparison to Other Alternatives Dean Wilkening. American Physical Society “Nuclear Workshop,” George Washington University, November , File Size: 5MB. The budget submission represents an inflection point for missile defense programs, the relationship between active defenses and other forms of missile defeat, and the institutional makeup of the missile defense enterprise.; This is the first Trump administration budget submission to make major programmatic changes to missile defense, but these .
Boost phase. The boost phase is the portion of the flight of a ballistic missile or space vehicle during which the booster and sustainer engines operate until it reaches peak velocity. This phase can take 3 to 4 minutes for a solid rocket (shorter for a liquid-propellant rocket), the altitude at the end of this phase is – km, and the typical burn-out speed is 7 km/s. Airborne Boost-Phase Ballistic Missile Defense 3 The desired speed and mass of the KKV determines the size of the intercep-tor missile and, hence, the feasible launch platforms (satellites, aircraft, ships, or ground-based launchers). ABI speeds around 5 km/sec are desirable for both theater and national missile defense.
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: Alternatives for Boost-Phase Missile Defense (CBO Study) (): David Arthur, Robie Samanta Roy, Leah Mazade, Christian Spoor, Congressional Budget Office (U.S.): BooksAuthors: Robie Samanta Roy, David Arthur.
Alternatives for Boost-Phase Missile Defense [Anonymous] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Alternatives for Boost-Phase Missile DefenseAuthor: Anonymous. Ballistic missile defenses and threats --Performance needed for an operationally effective BPI system --Alternative designs for BPI systems --Comparison of BPI options --CBOʼs estimates of the costs of alternative BPI systems --Kinetic kill vehicles for boost-phase interceptors.
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viii ALTERNATIVES FOR BOOST-PHASE MISSILE DEFENSE Korea and Iran Against a Single Solid-Fuel ICBM xv Series of Events in a Boost-Phase Intercept 8 Interceptor Reach Versus Commit Time for Interceptor Speeds Between 6 km/sec and 10 km/sec 9 Time Needed for a BPI Sensor to Detect a Notional Liquid-Fuel ICBM 11 To that end, the DoD Missile Defense Agency is pursuing a layered defense composed of various systems capable of intercepting ballistic missiles at different points in their flight.
This study looks at technical, operational, & cost issues related to using a boost-phase intercept (BPI) system to defend the U.S. against intercontinental. Enter your keywords.
Sort by. Relevancy. Documentation Alternatives for Boost-Phase Missile Defense Full Article Figures & data; a ballistic missile intercepted in its boost phase usually will not fall on the country that launched it.
Report of the American Physical Society Study Group on Boost-Phase Intercept Systems for National Missile Defense: Scientific and Technical.
Boost-Phase Missile Defense in Comparison to Other Alternatives.4 The terms of reference for the study—that is, the committee’s charge—include the following. Content—the study should include: (a) The extent to which boost-phase missile defense is technically feasible and.
Making Sense of Ballistic Missile Defense: An Assessment of Concepts and Systems for U.S. Boost-Phase Missile Defense in Comparison to Other Alternatives suggests that great care should be taken by the U.S.
in ensuring that negotiations on space agreements not adversely impact missile defense effectiveness. This report also explains in further detail the findings of the committee, makes recommendations, and sets guidelines for the future of ballistic missile.
Making Sense of Ballistic Missile Defense: An Assessment of Concepts and Systems for U.S. Boost-Phase Missile Defense in Comparison to Other Alternatives suggests that great care should be taken by the U.S. in ensuring that negotiations on space agreements not adversely impact missile defense effectiveness.
Get this from a library. A CBO Study: Alternatives for Boost-Phase Missile Defense. [David Arthur; Robie S Roy; Raymond Hall; CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE (U S CONGRESS) WASHINGTON DC.;] -- This Congressional Budget Office (CBO) study - prepared at the request of the Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities of the Senate Armed Services.
Boost-phase ballistic missile defense is alluring because rocket boosters are easy to detect and track, they are relatively vulnerable due to the large axial loads on a missile under powered Author: Dean Wilkening.
Get this book in print. DIANE Publishing Ballistic Missile Defense Technologies assessment atmosphere ballistic missile defense battle management beam BMD deployment BMD system BMD technologies bombers boost boost-phase boosters components cost crisis stability cruise missiles decoys defense capability defensive systems deploy destroy 5/5(1).
Committee on an Assessment of Concepts and Systems for U.S. Boost-Phase Missile Defense in Comparison to Other Alternatives, “Making Sense of Ballistic Missile Defense,” National Research Council, Missile defense technology being developed, tested and deployed by the United States is designed to counter ballistic missiles of all ranges—short, medium, intermediate and long.
Since ballistic missiles have different ranges, speeds, size and performance characteristics, the Ballistic Missile Defense System is an integrated, "layered. Boost-phase intercept (BPI) is like the weather—everybody talks about it but nobody does anything about it. Now that it has become a popular concept, there are many candidates for BPI, some of which would have advantages over the mid-course national missile defense (NMD) system currently under development.
Defense against nuclear attack—so natural and seemingly so compelling a goal—has provoked debate for at least twenty years. Ballistic missle defense systems, formerly called antiballistic missile systems, offer the prospect of remedying both superpowers' alarming vulnerability to nuclear weapons by technological rather than political means.5/5(1).
Intercepting a missile in its boost phase is the ideal solution for a ballistic missile defense. For multiple ballistic missiles with multiple RVs, the region that potentially has the highest defense payoffs is the boost/postboost layer. Boost-phase intercept (BPI) technology can provide an increase in the capabilities of the present U.S.
Ballistic Missile Defense System, especially in the context of the North Korean threat. BPI is attractive for several reasons, but is constrained by the attacking missile’s burn time and the speed of the interceptor.Boost-Phase Intercept (BPI) Ballistic missiles, regardless of their range, are best targeted and countered during their boost-phase.
The ability to intercept a missile while boosting provides a. The Issue. The budget submission represents an inflection point for missile defense programs, the relationship between active defenses and other forms of missile defeat, and the institutional makeup of the missile defense enterprise.; This is the first Trump administration budget submission to make major programmatic changes to missile defense.