Present and Futuristic Trends in Weapon System
Keywords: Differential autofrettaging, Self obturating breech mechanism, MR fluid, Weapon system
AbstractThe basic principle of war is based on protection, mobility and firepower. The present scenario of omni-directional and multidisciplinary threats and decreasing response time has made intelligence inevitable for the system to survive and win the war. The intelligence of the system calls for interface of refined logic with systems without compromising any parameters of the gun. However, much of the efforts and funds are directed towards developing the newer technologies to enhance the performance of weapon system in terms of accuracy, consistency, range (stand-off), lethality and transportability. The efforts are also directed towards making smart weapons controlled distantly and cost effective. The future battlefields are going to be dominated by the technological advancements taking place and thus, the technological superiority (i.e. systems with high degree of intelligence) over the adversaries will be the deciding factor to win the war.
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Roy, A., Lankennavar, P., & Ghadge, V. (2017). Present and Futuristic Trends in Weapon System. Defence Science Journal, 67(4), 401-406. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.67.11441
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