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Veerman, H.E.T. (author), Schleijpen, H.M.A. (author), Brettschneider, S.A. (author), Amram, R. (author)
The observable infrared signature of naval platforms is crucial in determining survivability and is therefore an important issue in warfare. Increased detectability in the EM spectrum leads to higher susceptibility against threats like sea skimming anti-ship missiles. The infrared platform signature is not a fixed quantity but a highly dynamic...
conference paper 2020
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Janssen, J.A.A.J. (author), Hasenpflug, H. (author), Janssen, M. (author)
Crews of naval vessels lack an up-to-date awareness of those aspects of a ship’s susceptibility to threats that are related to the actual ship signatures (acoustic, magnetic, infrared, etc.). The ship’s susceptibility depends among others on the current configuration of the ship, the environment, the enemy sensor capabilities and the related...
conference paper 2018
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Basten, T.G.H. (author), de Jong, C.A.F. (author), Graafland, F. (author), van 't Hof, J. (author)
Acoustic signatures make naval platforms susceptible to detection by threat sensors. The variable operational conditions and lifespan of a platform cause variations in the acoustic signature. To deal with these variations, a real time signature monitoring capability is being developed, with advisory tools for signature management. Such a...
conference paper 2015
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Noordkamp, H.W. (author), van den Brink, M. (author), TNO Defensie en Veiligheid (author)
Signatures are an important part of the design of a ship. In an ideal situation, signatures must be as low as possible. However, due to budget constraints it is most unlikely to reach this ideal situation. The arising question is which levels of signatures are optimal given the different scenarios in which a ship operates and the incurred cost...
conference paper 2006
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