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     Professor Obrad Vucurovic, BSc. in Mechanical
Engineering, has taught "Rocket and launchers
design" at The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
(University of Belgrade, Serbia). He also taught at
The Military Academy and The Air Force Academy
in Belgrade.
     Graduated at The faculty of Mechanical
Engineering in Zagreb, Croatia. Accomplished
Master studies of nuclear engineering and High
School of Armament in Paris, France, continously
working on rocket armament research and
development in Military Technical Institute in
Belgrade.
    Published three scientific books, five mimeo-
graphed notes and published 85 scientific papers.
    As project manager and chief engineer, Obrad
Vucurovic developed and managed 10 km ("Plamen"), 20 km ("Oganj") and 50 km ("Orkan")
firing-range multiple launching rocket systems
and corresponding rockets family including
assebmbly line production.
    He designed number of ground launched and
airborne launched rockets and missiles ("Svitac",
VBR-1, VBR-2, BR-10, PB-10, PB-20, "Vulkan").
    Obrad Vucurovic participated in several
international conferences and symposiums
presenting his works.
    He was United Nations expert in satellite
surveillance.
    Member of Yugoslav Engineers Academy (JINA).
    Since author participated in military projects, the
most of his 85 scientific papers are published as
classified documents.
    Some of these papers are:
    – "Spheric Vielle's bomb construction and
development";
    – "Fall-device Calculation and construction";
    – "Recoil measuring device construction and
development";
    – "Missile dynamic stabilization device
construction and development";
    – "Rockets and multiple rocket launcher systems
for 10 km ('Plamen'), 20 km ('Oganj') and 50 km
('Orkan') fire-range projects" (including assembly
line production documentation);
    – "Preproject of Air-to-Ground 128 mm rocket";
    – "Air-to-Air and Air-to-Ground 57 mm rocket
construction";
    – "Preproject of 120 km fire-range rocket and
multiple launching rocket system";
    – "Ground-to-Ground missile system study";
    – "Light launcher PB-10 and portable launcher
PB-20 project";
    – "Preproject of ship-board launcher VBR-10";
    – "Preproject of anti-aircraft missile "Vulkan";
    – "Rocket or classical artillery analysis";
    – "Very precise guided missile analysis";
    – "Military system technology development
analysis";
    – "Antiarmour rockets and classical artillery
state and perspectives analyses";
    – " Precision of wind and temperature measure-
ment using granade method";
    – "Extraterrestrial space exploration with
sondage rockets";
    – "Research and development of ground troops
armament and equipment";
    – "Scientific research of armament and equipment
in JNA - planning and programming";
    – "Military-technical sciences in military sciences
system";
    – "Rocket technology - Ministry of Defense
edition"
Rocket design elements

ROCKET
DESIGN
ELEMENTS


This book (465 p.)
has everything one
needs to know
about ballistic and
free rockets
science, design, construction, build,
technology and test.


    The book contains four parts
conside- ring wholerocket develop-
ment process - design, constructing
and testing, including assembly line
production by final user requirements..
    This book is intended for rocket
armament R&D students and engineers...

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Launcher design problems

LAUNCHER
DESIGN
PROBLEMS


This book (503 p.)
provides complete
science projects,
modern engineering
and technology of
launchers design.


All development aspects of launcher, often neglected rocket system com-
ponent, are considered, in this five-
part book.
    This book is intended for rocket
armament R&D students and
engineers...

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