DSIAC Model

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Is there an unclassified version of RADGUNS that can be used as a training model while awaiting clearance? DSIAC was asked about if an unclassified version of the DSIAC-...
What tools are in the Air Force Standard Analysis Tool Kit (AFSAT) that would support Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) concerning laser hardening techniques applied to...
Is a target geometry model of a given system available to support a survivability analysis? DSIAC was asked to locate a specific small twin-turboprop aircraft target...
Can the application WINFIRE be used to model responses of the human eye? The inquirer was interested in attempting to use WINFIRE to model the eye's response to incident...
What are the differences in capabilities between AJEM and COVART? DSIAC was asked to compare the capabilities of two models — the Advanced Joint Effectiveness Model (...
Are generic targets available for testing the MUVES model? DSIAC subject matter experts (SMEs) developed generic target models to be used in creating an enhanced testing...
Where can information on the RPG Engagement Model be found? A researcher contacted DSIAC staff to request documentation for the rocket propelled grenade (RPG) Engagement...
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3.8.2
WINFIRE, with the Fire Prediction Model (FPM v3.8.2) integrated, simulates events that accompany a single threat penetrating through a vehicle and impacting a container of flammable fluid (e.g., a fuel tank or pressurized line containing fuel or hydraulic fluid). Specifically, the model predicts whether ignition would occur and continues modeling events through fire growth and spread. Simulating ignition is a unique capability that distinguishes FPM from other models outside the survivability discipline, which concentrate primarily on the sustained combustion phase of fires and do not address ballistic-initiated fires.