Principles of the development of a model of a combat vehicle by means of biomimetic

Keywords: biomimicry, scolopendra, war machine, prototype model, enginery

Abstract

All biological organisms are endowed with diverse properties, technologies, functions, characteristics, qualities that allow them to solve the problems of survival in the environment. These problems are often equivalent to those faced by people when creating conditions for improving their own lives.

Biomimetics is the study of nature and natural phenomena to understand the principles of underlying mechanisms, to obtain ideas from nature, and to apply concepts that may benefit science, engineering, and medicine. Examples of biomimetic studies include fluid-drag reduction swimsuits inspired by the structure of shark’s skin, velcro fasteners modeled on burrs, shape of airplanes developed from the look of birds, and stable building structures copied from the backbone of turban shells. One of the most promising areas of using biomimetic technology today is innovation in the military industry.

The article is devoted to the development of the model military model by means bamc on the basis of scolopendra. Illuminated the concept bamsr and considered by the development on the basis of the method bamsr. The principles for developing a model of a prototype of a combat vehicle are analyzed. Comparative analysis of the characteristics of scolopendra and scorpion in the context of the requirements for a model of a combat vehicle. Enjoyed the description of the prototype combat vehicle based on the fusion characteristics of scolopendra. Identified and evaluated the practical ability of the combat vehicle. Built prototype models of multi-purpose combat vehicle, based on the principle of modularity, degree of protection, mobility, flexible system of movement and firepower.

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Published
2018-06-30
How to Cite
Shyian, I., Demchenko, O., Kompaniets, A., & Chorna, A. (2018). Principles of the development of a model of a combat vehicle by means of biomimetic. Ukrainian Journal of Educational Studies and Information Technology, 6(2), 27-36. https://doi.org/10.32919/uesit.2018.02.03