firing azimuth

азимут упрежденного положения цели; азимут направления стрельбы

English-Russian arms dictionary. 2013.

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  • azimuth firing cut out — restriction of firing range …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Corrected firing data — was a term used in the U.S. Coast Artillery to refer to firing data (range and azimuth to the target) that had been corrected[1] for various non standard conditions. This could include corrections to range and corrections to azimuth or deflection …   Wikipedia

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  • Artillery — For other uses of the term, see Artillery (disambiguation). Warfare Military history Eras Prehistoric Ancient …   Wikipedia

  • Coast Artillery fire control system — A conceptual diagram of the flow of fire control data in the Coast Artillery (in 1940). The set forward point of the target was generated by using the plotting board (1). This position was then corrected for factors affecting range and azimuth… …   Wikipedia

  • Mathematical discussion of rangekeeping — In naval gunnery, when long range guns became available, an enemy ship would move some distance after the shells were fired. It became necessary to figure out where the enemy ship, the target, was going to be when the shells arrived. The process… …   Wikipedia

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  • Indirect fire — means aiming and firing a projectile in a high trajectory without relying on a direct line of sight between the gun and its target, as in the case of direct fire. Aiming is performed by calculating azimuth and elevation angles, and may include… …   Wikipedia

  • Rangekeeper — Rangekeepers were electromechanical fire control computers used primarily during the early part of the 20th century. They were sophisticated analog computers whose development reached its zenith following World War II, specifically the Computer… …   Wikipedia

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