Links - Center for Survivability and Lethality
The 'Aircraft Combat Survivability' Education Web Site
This web site provides access to educational material on the aircraft survivability discipline, information about, and links to the web sites of, many of the aircraft survivability activities, publications, and organizations, and a description of, and the errata sheet for the AIAA textbook "The Fundamentals of Aircraft Combat Survivability Analysis and Design, Second Edition,"
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
Added Survivability to its list of Technical Committees in 1989
Shock and Vibration Computational Laboratory (SVCL)
Our goal at the Naval Postgraduate School Shock and Vibration Computational Laboratory (SVCL) has been to develop and validate modeling and simulation capabilities to improve the survivability of ships subjected to realistic underwater explosions.
Weaponeering: Conventional Weapon Systems Effects
Weaponeering may be defined as the process of determining the quantity of a particular type of weapon required to achieve a specific level of target damage by considering the effects of target vulnerability, warhead damage mechanism, delivery errors, damage criterion and weapon reliability.