MBDA Perseus

Duwa

Master of the Universe.
MBDA presento el concepto de un misil tactico supersonico ramjet, stealth y con multiples cabezas de combate para empeñar blancos navales o terrestres. Tendra tambien cabeza buscadora AESA y LADAR.
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MBDA Unveils CVS 401 Perseus Concept Missile System for 2030
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Released on Tuesday, June 21, 2011



MBDA UNVEILS PERSEUS, THE MULTIROLE LAND AND NAVAL STRIKE CONCEPT MISSILE SYSTEM
MBDA today unveils the output of the Concept Visions process for 2011; CVS 401 Perseus concept missile system, which represents the group's vision of a multi-role strike weapon system for 2030 and beyond.

To replace the current generation of heavy anti-ship and cruise missiles, a new system will be required that is capable of launching anti-ship strikes, land attacks and engaging time-sensitive targets such as relocatable missile launchers in an ever more complex tactical environment and with the minimum risk of collateral damage. This new system will also have to be modular and deliverable from a maritime environment, namely from a surface vessel, a submarine, a carrier-based platform or a maritime patrol aircraft.

Perseus features multiple operating modes against a wide land and maritime target set with the added capability of being able to overcome the most effective of enemy missile defences. It is designed to be a tactical weapon system operated through an advanced Operations & Mission Planning System at the crossroads of naval, land and air warfare. The advanced supersonic (up to Mach 3), agile and stealthy airframe is powered by a revolutionary ramjet motor built around a highly compact Continuous Detonation Wave Engine. This revolutionary solution, at the very edge of propulsion technology, opens up the possibility of developing a smaller airframe with more energetic efficiency. This airframe will make Perseus an unrivalled penetrator of enemy defences and an effective weapon for use against fast moving, relocatable targets that it will be able to reach in a matter of minutes even at ranges of up to 300 km.

An advanced dual-mode sensor package (comprising an Active Electronically-Scanned Array or AESA radar combined with a laser radar or LADAR) allows for all-weather operations in all configurations of terminal engagement. Radar modes such as SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) and DBS (Doppler Beam Sharpening) allow for long range target detection and discrimination in complex land and naval tactical environments including those involving advanced counter measures.

Overall weapon system robustness is reinforced by an advanced, hybridised navigation system. The lethal package includes two guided effectors that are ejected from the modular payload bay and a third warhead remaining on-board for a dispersed lethal effect on large or multi-element targets such as a major warship or a ground based missile system. Moreover, the missile's new modular composite structure allows for reductions in the overall mass of the weapon and fosters opportunities for through-life capability enhancement, simplifying maintenance operations through the whole life cycle and supporting the eventual development of a family of products.

Perseus features a highly original shape providing to optimise key performance characteristics and adaptability for integration on a range of naval and air platforms. The weapon's general performance with regard to its flight characteristics, its manoeuvrability, its propulsion as well as the detection capabilities of its sensors and the efficiency of its multiple military warhead have all been evaluated through digital simulations. As Perseus will be a tactical missile, the question of its operational deployment and access to tactical theatre data has also been considered so that a coherent and efficient weapon system architecture can be proposed.

A team of nine British, French, German and Italian engineers from MBDA, together with representatives from the Royal Navy and the French Navy, has evaluated the requirement and the solution for Perseus from operational analysis through to key performance specifications. The project has also benefited from the innovative mindset that exists within MBDA and which is fostered by the group's Innovation Challenge initiative that was also called on to contribute ideas.

Steve Wadey, Executive Group Director Technical and Managing Director MBDA UK, stated:

"The aims of MBDA's Concept Visions process are to promote innovation with our Customers, supply chain and employees to shape the future of the missile systems market. By bringing together and synthesising the know-how of our diverse group of highly talented engineers with that of equipment end-users, MBDA is able to offer the market a radical and accomplished vision of future missile system concepts and a demonstration of world leading innovation".

CVS 401 Perseus is the second project that MBDA has exhibited to show its vision of the future within the framework of a company initiative known as Concept Visions. This initiative was presented for the first time at last year's Farnborough Air Show when MBDA displayed its CVS 101 concept comprising a family of urban combat missiles, the 1 kg Sniper and 5 kg Enforcer, capable of being operated in a network-centric environment and enabling the delivery of a heavy punch at the lower levels of a force structure.
http://www.deagel.com/news/MBDA-Unveils-CVS-401-Perseus-Concept-Missile-System-for-2030_n000008918.aspx

Y un videito:
YouTube - ‪Paris Air show: MBDA Unveils Naval Warfare Missile Concept‬‏
 

panZZer

Peso Pesado
Scramjet + 2 nukes tacticas + alcance estrategico + mach 5 KOALA


Los rusos "abandonaron" el proyecto por caro, como vector nuclear era viable pero para armas "convencionales" el costo de envío es demasiado alto.
MBDA tiene hoy entre manos un concepto que los rusos pusieron en practica casi 40 años atrás, la tecnología de materiales puede haber avanzado lo suficiente para reducir los costos pero es demasiado caro e inflexible
 

Juanma

Colaborador
Colaborador
Te contradecis.
El parecer los Europeos llegan con buen tiempo.
Ahora lo intentan y con costos razonables.
Ademas, no podes comparar. Mira el tamaño de uno y el otro.
Otra muestra de que la tecnologia esta en el momento justo.

Otro punto. Que sistemas de guia tenia el Koala? Inercial actualizable con datalink.
Suerte para hacer un ataque de precisión con eso a miles de kilometros.


Pero mas alla de todo eso
1) Mach 5? De donde sale? Deberias haber dicho 2.5 o 3
2) Por costos? Deberias haber dicho Tratado INF
3) Ataque convencional con el As-19? Si era un vector nuclear y punto.

Antes de criticar deberias fijarte bien que vas a decir.
Cosa que no quedes que estas hablando sin saber viste.....
 

AleDucat

Colaborador
Que loco... cuando era chico, unos 9 o 10 años, hice un dibujo de un "misil" con múltiples submuniciones MUY similar a lo que hoy MBDA nos muestra.

Recuerdo los (des)calificativos de "fantasioso" (y otros) que recibí por ese (y otros) dibujos. Tendría que buscarlo.
 

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