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Combat performance[edit]

Since the missile hasn't been used in combat (yet), I'm renaming and expanding. /BP 78.70.77.35 (talk) 01:55, 29 September 2012 (UTC)

Turn performance[edit]

60g sounds plausible but 60deg/s sounds ridiculous and the link provided doesn't substantiate it.Z07x10 (talk) 15:03, 14 June 2014 (UTC)

What is so implausible about 60deg/s? (That is 60 degrees of arc, per second) Your opinion that is "sounds ridiculous" is just that - your opinion. Either leave the page alone or find a link that substantiates YOUR claim (that its turn rate must be slower).

For the sake of completeness - a missile doing Mach III is travelling roughly 1000m/s. In order to turn 180 degrees, the net change in velocity is 2000m/s. Pulling 60Gs gives it a rate-of-change-of-velocity of 600m/s per second, which means that it would take roughly 3, or just over, seconds to turn 180 degrees, which is, surprise surprise, roughly 60 deg/s.

It is of course more complicated than that of course (max Gs are affected by velocity and angle of attack which will constantly be changing by large amounts, max G is different to max *sustained* G, the figures 1000m/s and 180 degrees only represent a single scenario etc.), but the figures are indicative.94.175.244.252 (talk) 16:06, 9 April 2015 (UTC)

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