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Volume 17, 20184th Annual International Conference on Wireless Communication and Sensor Network (WCSN 2017)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Session 2: Sensor Network|
|Published online||02 February 2018|
Comparison of Three Different Styles of Submarine Sails on Electromagnetic Scattering under the Detection of Airborne Radar
Scholl of Aeronautic Science and Engineering, Beihang University, Beijing, 100191, China
2 Science and Technology on Electronic Information Control Laboratory, Chengdu, 610036, China
3 Key Lab for Information Science of Electromagnetic Waves (MoE), Fudan University, Shanghai 200433, China
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
This paper studies radar cross section of submarine sails on the water. Under the detection of the enemy’s airborne radar, considering the motion of the submarine, the sail model of radar pitch angle incidence range analysis is established. By using CATIA software, the 3D models of AKULA sail, SUBOFF sail and VICTOR sail are built. On the basis of the physical optics method and the equivalent currents method, the scattering characteristics of sails RCS(radar cross section) are simulated under X radar band. Through the microwave anechoic chamber test, this paper verifies the accuracy of the combination of the physical optics method and the equivalent electromagnetic flow method. The influence of the distance from the airborne radar to the sail on the pitch angle of the electromagnetic wave is discussed, with the elevation angle of the radar antenna varies. Then, we illustrate the characteristics of circumferential direction RCS of the sail under different pitch angles. Finally, the mean RCS of the sail at a given pitch angle is simulated. The results show that the AKULA sail is considerably superior to SUBOFF sail and VICTOR sail on stealth performance with the pitch angle less than 4° . But when the pitch angle exceeds 10°, the SUBOFF sail can be given priority.
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