Theses and Dissertations
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A study and investigation of manganese arsenide as a transducer material
Recent research at General Electric into the physical properties of manganese arsenide has resulted in the discovery of some unique properties which suggest the use of MnAs as a transducer material. The underlying theory ...
Some consequences of a covariant differential coordinate system
(Monterey, California: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1961)
The assumption is made that the concept of a covariant coordinate system is meaningful and that such a system must satisfy the differential equations a) dx(I) = g(ij)dx (j) where the g(ij) are the components of the ...
Application of the adjoint system of differential equations in the solution of the bang-bang control problem
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1961)
Some problems in the optimum control of a linear dynamic system are investigated, particularly the problem of determining the minimum time required to drive a linear, constant coefficient dynamic system from an initial ...
Crosswind coefficients of diffusion and their correlation with micrometeorological parameters
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1960)
Diffusion measurements were made at the Round Hill Field Station Nebraska in the year 1957. These measurements were used to calculate __, the LaGrangian standard deviation in the direction lateral to the mean wind for a ...
Branch Of Service
Lieutenant, United States Naval Reserve (24)