COMPUTERIZED SCHEDULING OF NICOTINE NASAL SPRAY
Not Available The current performance requirements for Naval Surface Fire Support place performance demands on the projectile far beyond what the current projectile/gun combination, or any evolutionary improvements thereto, can provide. A revolutionary approach is required. PMS-429 has taken a bold step in developing the ERGM round. It meets the formal range, accuracy and flyout time requirements nicely. The estimated cost, however, is larger than desired. In this proposal, the JDI Team has taken a different approach, called HYPA (High Performance Affordable) Munitions. We have deliberately removed the major high cost components of the designs which incorporate GPS/IMU guidance for accuracy and lifting surfaces for range. We then strive to get the best performance we can at a very low cost through a combination of clever design approaches and newly available technologies. We believe that we can achieve ranges similar to those of ERGM and other guiding and lifting designs, with a cost on the order of a factor of 5-10 less, a flyout time much faster, and an accuracy on the order of 100 meters. The objectives of Phase I are to conduct a concept formulation study, assess the commercial potential of HYPA technologies and concepts, and develop a long range demonstration plan to be implemented in any follow-on phase.
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