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Spin Coupled Accelerometer Gyro (SCAG): Technical Report T-CR-78-12: Final Report for Period June 1977-April 1978

Teledyne Systems Company

Published by Teledyne Systems Company, Northridge, CA, 1978
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Various paginations (approximately 210 pages. Fold-out. This was produced for the Headquarters, U. S. Army Missile R&D Command, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. It was initially marked that distribution was limited to U.S. Government Agencies only and it is assumed that this restriction has been removed prior to this document entering the second hand market. This report describes the work accomplished for the U.S. Rmi MIRADCOM to optimize the SCAG sensor for Army missile applicaitons such as the LRGM. This effort commenced with the optimizaiton of the SCAG sensor analytical design. The complete mechanical design was constructed around the results of the analytical design. Requirements were establshed for assembly tooling, fixturing and machine shop equipment. The unit produciton cost of the SCAG design was estimabled. A configuraiton for an all digital electronic rebalance loop was determined. The SCAG sensors were incorporated into a preliminary systems configuration. Requirements were established for the size, weight, power and computer for this preliminary system configuration. From WIkipedia: Teledyne Technologies Incorporated is an industrial conglomerate primarily based in the United States but with global operations. It was founded in 1960, as Teledyne, Inc., by Henry Singleton and George Kozmetsky. From August 1996 to November 1999, Teledyne existed as part of the conglomerate Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated a combination of the former Teledyne, Inc. and the former Allegheny Ludlum Corporation. [1] On 29 November 1999, three separate entities, Teledyne Technologies, Allegheny Technologies, and Water Pik Technologies, were spun off as free-standing public companies. Allegheny Technologies retained several companies of the former Teledyne, Inc. that fit with Allegheny's core business of steel and exotic metals production. At various times, Teledyne, Inc., had more than 150 companies with interests as varied as insurance, dental appliances, specialty metals, and aerospace electronics, but many of these had been divested prior to the merger with Allegheny. The new Teledyne Technologies was initially composed of 19 companies that were earlier in Teledyne, Inc. By 2011, Teledyne Technologies had grown to include near 100 companies." From Wikipedia: "The United States Army Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM) is primarily responsible for life cycle management of army missile, helicopter, unmanned ground vehicle and unmanned aerial vehicle weapon systems. The central part of AMCOM's job involves acquisition and sustainment support for aviation and missile systems throughout their life cycle. The command is headquartered at Redstone Arsenal by Huntsville, Alabama. AMCOM works closely with the Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) that operates simulation facilities to evaluate missile components, such as seekers, in a variety of flights and countermeasures environments. AMCOM also has access to several wind tunnels to test full-size helicopters, a vertical motion simulator for flight control evaluation and a crash-testing tower used to improve safety. AMCOM's Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment Activity provides worldwide command and control over a broad metrology and calibration program. AMCOM is also the leader in foreign military sales, accounting for over 50 percent of total army sales to Allied forces and friendly foreign nations. AMCOM's main organizations are organized into "centers": Acquisition Center responsible for contracting support. Integrated Material Management Center responsible for logistics support. Chronology: The U.S. Army Missile Command was formally established on 23 May 1962[clarification needed] at Redstone Arsenal to manage the army's missile systems. October 1948: The Chief of Ordnance designates Redstone Arsenal as the center for ordnance research and development in the field of rockets. 1 June 1949: The Chief of Ordnance officially activates the arsenal as the. Bookseller Inventory # 67235

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Title: Spin Coupled Accelerometer Gyro (SCAG): ...

Publisher: Teledyne Systems Company, Northridge, CA

Publication Date: 1978

Binding: Wraps

Edition: Presumed first edition/first printing.

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