Expansion of the SCAN endgame program for aircraft survivability studies and development of a supporting user's guide.
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This study involved a detailed examination of the aircraft survivability analysis program called SCAN, and modification of the pre and post-processing graphics programs that support the program. The aim was the improvement of the originally installed version of SCAN at NPS by incorporating the graphics commands for the new IBM supported terminals, by increasing the speed of the display process, and by simplifying the input data preparation by making it more interactive. In addition, a comprehensive User's Guide was prepared for use by NPS students involved in aircraft survivability/warhead lethality studies.
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