Computer program for calculating hydrodynamic properties of shock waves in sea water
Fuhs, Allen E.
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J. M. Richardson, A. B. Arons, and R. R. Halverson (Journal of Chemical Physics, Vol. 15, 1947) developed a calculation procedure for determining the hydrodynamic properties of sea water at the front of a shock wave. the procedure has been programmed for the HP4lCV, which is a hand-held programmable calculator. The program, which uses 374 lines of code, reproduces the values for a shock wave as tabulated by Richardson, et al. The advantage of the HP41CV program is that properties can be calculated without use of tables. Copies of the four magnetic cards which have the program stored can be obtained on request.
NPS Report NumberNPS-67-82-001
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