Agm 69 Sram
Agm 69 Sram


Agm 69 Sram Performance

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1 Performance
1.1 Engine
Lockheed SR75-LP-1 , two-pulse solid-fueled rocket
1.2 Propulsion
1.2.1 Propellant
Not Available
1.3 Speed
S 125 Neva Pech..
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Ugm 27 Polaris Performance
1.4 Guidance System
General Precision/Kearfott KT-76 Inertial measurement unit
1.5 Flight Ceiling
Not Available
1.5.1 Flight altitude
Not Available
1.6 Accuracy
1,400 ft (430 m)
1.7 Range
Df 5 Performance
168.98 kilometres
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Hgm 25A Titan I Performance
1.8 Launch Platform
Not Available
1.8.1 Basing
Not Available

Agm 69 Sram Range

The performance of Agm 69 Sram during flight is majorly governed by the nature of propellant used and its physical parameters. Factors that affect the missile performance are its weight during launch, steering system, propellant used to provide thrust as well as the fabrication material. Generally, engines used for propulsion of missiles are rocket & jet engines. Since missiles need to deploy multiple engine stages, they use rocket engines for launching. Once the missile overcomes pull of gravity, jet engine is used for further flight. Engine used in Agm 69 Sram is Lockheed SR75-LP-1 , two-pulse solid-fueled rocket. During the missile launch, the propellant provides the power needed to impart thrust. Either solid type of fuel or liquid propellant (for larger missiles) is used to run the rocket engine. Class of this model is determined by Agm 69 Sram range. This model can cover the targets within the radius of 168.98 kilometres.

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