No-drop bomb simulation using micro-computers.
Pease, Andrew John.
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The implementation of a no-drop bomb simulation system on a micro-computer is presented. The bomb trajectory algo- rithms supplied by Mr. Lee Thomson, China Lake Naval Weapons Center, formed a base for the simulation programs. The simulation program was written in FORTRAN to test the four phases of the system: tracking, position and velocity fitting, trajectory simulation, and impact point calcu- lation. Translated PL/M programs form a base for the micro-computer implementation.
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