عنوان مقاله [English]
The accuracy and correctness of shooting bullets is an important issue in artillery to increase the probability of killing with the minimum number of bullets per target. This goal can be realized by creating a shooting table considering both standard and non-standard conditions; Therefore, a lot of bullets are needed for different purposes in different ranges as well as meteorological conditions to increase the shooting accuracy. Creating an accurate computational shooting table before the shootings is one of the advantages of minimizing the cost and creating an early prediction of the dispersion. In this study, a computational shooting table algorithm based on a modified point mass projectile trajectory model is proposed to solve the ballistic problem and a flowchart to show the production levels of the shooting table and the corresponding processes. A case study was used for the 155mm-M107 bullet, and in order to validate the proposed algorithm, a comparison was made with the results obtained from the well-known commercial image display system package. Finally, based on the actual firing data, including the corresponding meteorological conditions, a provisional firing table is created.