firing table

firing table

[′fīr·iŋ ‚tā·bəl]
(ordnance)
A table or chart giving data needed for firing a gun accurately on a target under standard conditions, and also the corrections that must be made for special conditions such as winds or variations of temperature.
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Saurabh, started the development of firing table since Tuesday.
Through the menu, the soldier can choose the appropriate firing table, the RS232 serial port allowing to load the firing tables of new rounds.
Secondly they had to build and analyse a model in Excel in order to determine the time that the fuze should produce more drag and to create a firing table. This algorithm had to be linked to the firing mechanism in order to computer control the whole drag adjustment process during the flight of the missile.
There will be fun games, target table tennis, two robots (the equivalent of a cricket bowling machine) firing table tennis balls for people to hit back and a funny bat competitions.
But each ballistics firing table could involve hundreds of trajectories, so it could still take nearly a month to complete one firing table.
As with many other contemporary carriages, the G5 is not fired from the carriage wheels but from a firing table lowered under the carriage, the split trail legs providing further support.
The Firing Tables and Ballistics Division (FTaB) has completed populating the artillery and mortar electronic tabular firing table (ETFT) AKO Web sites and has created a site for the small arms ETFTs.
The standard night firing table for qualification was used.
While the article correctly stated that ENIAC was conceived and eventually used to calculate artillery firing tables, it omitted its first--and at the time still classified purpose--solving mathematical problems necessary to build the first atom bombs.
for vertical and lateral containment of projectiles, fragments, debris, and components resulting from the firing, launching, or detonation of weapon systems." SDZs are calculated using ballistic firing tables and are a graphic and probabilistic representation of where rounds will go.
Field artillery units and mortars utilize tabular firing tables to get the maximum altitude for each round of their weapon systems in order to facilitate ease in altitude deconfliction.
"There's also contaminated ground water and contaminated soil near the firing tables," Yundt said.