High altitude aero-optic imaging deviation prediction for a hypersonic flying vehicle


Aero-optic imaging deviation characterizes the image position displacement on an imaging plane induced by the nonuniform flow field surrounding a high-speed flying vehicle. It is a kind of aero-optic effect that all the airborne imaging systems will encounter. This paper studies the imaging deviation at high altitudes from 40 to 60 km, with a step length of… (More)


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