A New Method for Analyzing Integrated Stealth Ability of Penetration Aircraft

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Taking into account the limitations of existing stealth performance analysis methods, a method termed as the integrated stealth performance analysis method is proposed for evaluating the stealth ability of the penetration aircraft. Based on various target radar cross section (RCS) scattering characters, this article integrates the relevant parameters needed for building up target circumferential RCS scattering model and proposes the RCS scattering controlling parameters to control the changing trends of the relevant model RCS scattering characters. According to the radar dynamic detecting characters during the whole penetration course, a dynamic stealth performance evaluating model is proposed accompanied by a series of stealth ability estimation rules. This new analysis method can enhance the integrality and dependability of the stealth analysis conclusions and summarize the relationship between the target RCS scattering characters and their effects on stealth performance. The rules indicated by this relationship can be used as the reference for designing new type of stealth aircraft and setting up specific penetration tactics. © 2010 Chinese Journal of Aeronautics.




Ying, L., Zhe, W., Peilin, H., & Zhanhe, L. (2010). A New Method for Analyzing Integrated Stealth Ability of Penetration Aircraft. Chinese Journal of Aeronautics, 23(2), 187–193. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1000-9361(09)60203-X

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