An Improved Underwater Confrontation Simulation Method of Naval Amphibious Operational Training System
LIU Yu, LI Dan, ZHENG ChundiUnit 91976 of the Chinese PLA, Guangzhou 510430, Guangdong, China
This paper described an improved underwater confrontation simulation method of naval amphibious operational training system. The initial position of submarine forces on the enemy is generated automatically, and the attacking distance model of torpedoes is established based on the kinematics theory, which is more flexible and reasonable to judge the launch condition compared to traditional method. The two kinds of confrontation behavior models on the enemy submarine are created to depict its tactical action from the defensive to the offensive as well as the contrary, ensuring that operational style is simulated more comprehensively and properly. The existing motion trajectory estimation and collision detection algorithms on operational platforms are also improved to reduce the iteration error and further enhance the detection accuracy of target hit.
Key words:combat training system; military modeling and simulation; striking distance model; motion trajectory estimation; collision detection
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