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Premium member Presentation Transcript Surface to Surface Missiles: Surface to Surface MissilesANIQA SIDDIQUI : ANIQA SIDDIQUI 9230 SEC: B BCS Ist yearIntroduction: Introduction In order to maintain peace in any nation politics is not enough in excess to this we want some offensive as well as defensive weapons which will help us at the time of terrorist attack like situation etc. one such weapon is missile.What is meant by term “missile”: What is meant by term “missile” A missile is self propelled projectile used as a weapon, missile are typically propelled by rockets or jet. They had more than one war heads.Ethymology: Ethymology The word missile comes from the Latin verb mittere, meaning “TO SEND” In millitary application it means a powered, a guided munitions. Rockets are called powered, unguided munitions.History of missiles: History of missilesHistory: History The use of missile date back to Vedic age.History of missile: History of missile The first missile to be used operationally were a series of GERMAN missiles of WW2. Most famous of these are V1 and V2 ,both of which used a simple mechanical auto pilot to keep the missile flying along a pre chosen route. Less well known were a series of anti-shipping and anti-craft missile, typically based on a simple radio control system directed by the operator.Surface to surface missiles: Surface to surface missiles A surface-to-surface missile (also, ground-to-ground missile, SSM or GTGM) is a guided projectile launched from a hand-held, vehicle mounted, trailer mounted or fixed installation or from a ship. A missile launched from land or sea at a target that is also on the earth's surface.SURFACE TO SURFACE MISSILES:: SURFACE TO SURFACE MISSILES: They are often powered by a rocket motor or sometimes fired by an explosive charge, since the launching platform is typically stationary or moving slowly.Surface to surface missiles:: Surface to surface missiles: They usually have fins and/or wings for lift and stability, although hyper-velocity or short-ranged missiles may utilise body lift or fly a ballistic trajectory.LAND ATTACK:: LAND ATTACK: Many countries view ballistic and cruise missile systems as cost-effective weapons and symbols of national power. Many ballistic and cruise missiles are armed with weapons of mass destruction. Land-attack cruise missiles are highly effective weapon systems that can present a major threat to military operations.CATEGORIES OF SSM:: CATEGORIES OF SSM: Surface-to-surface missiles are usually broken down into a number of categories: Ballistic missiles travel in a high trajectory, motor burns out partway through flight Tactical ballistic missile: Range between about 150 km and 300 km Battlefield range ballistic missile (BRBM): Range less than 200 km Theatre ballistic missile (TBM): Range between 300 km and 3500 kmCATEGORIES OF SSM:: CATEGORIES OF SSM: Intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) or Long-range ballistic missile (LRBM): Range between 3500 km and 5500 km Intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM): Range greater than 5500 km Submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM): Launched from ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs), all current designs have intercontinental range.CATEGORIES OF SSM:: CATEGORIES OF SSM: Cruise missiles travel low to the ground, motor burns during entire flight, typical range 2,500 km (1,500 mi) Anti-tank guided missiles travel low to the ground, may or may not burn motor throughout flight, typical range 5 km Anti-ship missiles travel low over the ground and sea, often pop up or jink before striking ship, typical range 130 km.CATEGORIES OF SSM:: CATEGORIES OF SSM: Short-range ballistic missile (SRBM): Range 1000 km or less . Medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM): Range between 1000 km and 3500 km .Trajectories of SSM:: Trajectories of SSM: The parabolic arc of a SSM is determined by both the launch and target site coordinates and the flight characteristics of the particular missile. Imagine throwing a baseball and then a frisbee to hit.PARTS OF MISSILES:: PARTS OF MISSILES: The missile contains the guidance section, mid-body section, warhead section, propulsion section and control actuator section.BRIEF NOTE ON THE MISSILE COMPONENTS: BRIEF NOTE ON THE MISSILE COMPONENTS MISSILE have explosive material varying from missile to missile. which is protected by a very hard outer metal coating it has a fuel injection system and a propulsion system to travel a required distance. The guidance system is the brain of missile. The armament section carries the explosive charge of missile. The fusing and firing system by which the charge is exploded. The propulsion section provides the force that propelled the missile.Examples : Examples The Fieseler Fi 103 (also known as the "V1") was the first surface-to-surface missile. Contemporary surface-to-surface missiles are usually guided. An unguided surface-to-surface missile is usually referred to as a rocket (for example, an RPG-7 or M72 LAW is an anti-tank rocket whereas a BGM-71 TOW or AT-2 Swatter is an anti-tank guided missile). Well known ballistic missile of PAKISTAN is SHAHEEN.Slide 22: Well known ballistic missile of PAKISTAN is SHAHEEN.CONCLUSION: CONCLUSION With this I conclude my topic by saying that missile are harmful for happy and peaceful life but in today’s world there is more amount of terrorism prevailing out as well as threat from the neighbouring countries. In these conditions if required we can use it for the welfare of our own country men.Refrences: Refrences http://www.answers.com/topic/surface-to-surface-missile#ixzz1EVizIN89 www.wikipedia.com www.answer.com www.authorstream.com www.google.com You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.