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An analysis and computer code are presented to calculate the effective wake fraction for a propeller in a non-uniform free wake. The existence of an effective wake has been known for a long time, but the rational theory presented here seems to have eluded all previous investigators. The simple formula developed herein to calculate the effective wake requires knowledge only of the nominal wake and the load distribution on the propeller. Since both the nominal wake and the load distribution are...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Goodman,Theodore R, STEVENS INST OF TECH HOBOKEN NJ DAVIDSON LAB, *WATER FLOW, *WAKE,...
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An analysis and computer code are presented to calculate the effective wake fraction for a propeller in a non-uniform free wake. The existence of an effective wake has been known for a long time, but the rational theory presented here seems to have eluded all previous investigators. The simple formula developed herein to calculate the effective wake requires knowledge only of the nominal wake and the load distribution on the propeller. Since both the nominal wake and the load distribution are...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Goodman,Theodore R, STEVENS INST OF TECH HOBOKEN NJ DAVIDSON LAB, *WATER FLOW, *WAKE,...
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An analysis and computer code are presented to calculate the effective wake fraction for a propeller in a non-uniform free wake. The existence of an effective wake has been known for a long time, but the rational theory presented here seems to have eluded all previous investigators. The simple formula developed herein to calculate the effective wake requires knowledge only of the nominal wake and the load distribution on the propeller. Since both the nominal wake and the load distribution are...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Goodman,Theodore R, STEVENS INST OF TECH HOBOKEN NJ DAVIDSON LAB, *WATER FLOW, *WAKE,...
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An analysis and computer code are presented to calculate the effective wake fraction for a propeller in a non-uniform free wake. The existence of an effective wake has been known for a long time, but the rational theory presented here seems to have eluded all previous investigators. The simple formula developed herein to calculate the effective wake requires knowledge only of the nominal wake and the load distribution on the propeller. Since both the nominal wake and the load distribution are...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Goodman,Theodore R, STEVENS INST OF TECH HOBOKEN NJ DAVIDSON LAB, *WATER FLOW, *WAKE,...
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An analysis and computer code are presented to calculate the effective wake fraction for a propeller in a non-uniform free wake. The existence of an effective wake has been known for a long time, but the rational theory presented here seems to have eluded all previous investigators. The simple formula developed herein to calculate the effective wake requires knowledge only of the nominal wake and the load distribution on the propeller. Since both the nominal wake and the load distribution are...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Goodman,Theodore R, STEVENS INST OF TECH HOBOKEN NJ DAVIDSON LAB, *WATER FLOW, *WAKE,...
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An analysis and computer code are presented to calculate the effective wake fraction for a propeller in a non-uniform free wake. The existence of an effective wake has been known for a long time, but the rational theory presented here seems to have eluded all previous investigators. The simple formula developed herein to calculate the effective wake requires knowledge only of the nominal wake and the load distribution on the propeller. Since both the nominal wake and the load distribution are...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Goodman,Theodore R, STEVENS INST OF TECH HOBOKEN NJ DAVIDSON LAB, *WATER FLOW, *WAKE,...
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An analysis and computer code are presented to calculate the effective wake fraction for a propeller in a non-uniform free wake. The existence of an effective wake has been known for a long time, but the rational theory presented here seems to have eluded all previous investigators. The simple formula developed herein to calculate the effective wake requires knowledge only of the nominal wake and the load distribution on the propeller. Since both the nominal wake and the load distribution are...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Goodman,Theodore R, STEVENS INST OF TECH HOBOKEN NJ DAVIDSON LAB, *WATER FLOW, *WAKE,...
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An analysis and computer code are presented to calculate the effective wake fraction for a propeller in a non-uniform free wake. The existence of an effective wake has been known for a long time, but the rational theory presented here seems to have eluded all previous investigators. The simple formula developed herein to calculate the effective wake requires knowledge only of the nominal wake and the load distribution on the propeller. Since both the nominal wake and the load distribution are...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Goodman,Theodore R, STEVENS INST OF TECH HOBOKEN NJ DAVIDSON LAB, *WATER FLOW, *WAKE,...
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An analysis and computer code are presented to calculate the effective wake fraction for a propeller in a non-uniform free wake. The existence of an effective wake has been known for a long time, but the rational theory presented here seems to have eluded all previous investigators. The simple formula developed herein to calculate the effective wake requires knowledge only of the nominal wake and the load distribution on the propeller. Since both the nominal wake and the load distribution are...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Goodman,Theodore R, STEVENS INST OF TECH HOBOKEN NJ DAVIDSON LAB, *WATER FLOW, *WAKE,...
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An analysis and computer code are presented to calculate the effective wake fraction for a propeller in a non-uniform free wake. The existence of an effective wake has been known for a long time, but the rational theory presented here seems to have eluded all previous investigators. The simple formula developed herein to calculate the effective wake requires knowledge only of the nominal wake and the load distribution on the propeller. Since both the nominal wake and the load distribution are...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Goodman,Theodore R, STEVENS INST OF TECH HOBOKEN NJ DAVIDSON LAB, *WATER FLOW, *WAKE,...
The Douglas Neumann Cascade Program has been rewritten so that it can analyze circular cascades with inward or outward radial flow directions, in addition to linear cascades for which it was originally developed. A solution for circular cascades is obtained by employing a conformal transformation which maps the circular cascade into a linear cascade. The capability available in the original program of analyzing multiple cascades has been preserved and can also be applied to circular cascades....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Yocum,A M, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK APPLIED RESEARCH LAB, *COMPUTER...
The Douglas Neumann Cascade Program has been rewritten so that it can analyze circular cascades with inward or outward radial flow directions, in addition to linear cascades for which it was originally developed. A solution for circular cascades is obtained by employing a conformal transformation which maps the circular cascade into a linear cascade. The capability available in the original program of analyzing multiple cascades has been preserved and can also be applied to circular cascades....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Yocum,A M, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK APPLIED RESEARCH LAB, *COMPUTER...
The Douglas Neumann Cascade Program has been rewritten so that it can analyze circular cascades with inward or outward radial flow directions, in addition to linear cascades for which it was originally developed. A solution for circular cascades is obtained by employing a conformal transformation which maps the circular cascade into a linear cascade. The capability available in the original program of analyzing multiple cascades has been preserved and can also be applied to circular cascades....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Yocum,A M, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK APPLIED RESEARCH LAB, *COMPUTER...
The Douglas Neumann Cascade Program has been rewritten so that it can analyze circular cascades with inward or outward radial flow directions, in addition to linear cascades for which it was originally developed. A solution for circular cascades is obtained by employing a conformal transformation which maps the circular cascade into a linear cascade. The capability available in the original program of analyzing multiple cascades has been preserved and can also be applied to circular cascades....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Yocum,A M, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK APPLIED RESEARCH LAB, *COMPUTER...
The Douglas Neumann Cascade Program has been rewritten so that it can analyze circular cascades with inward or outward radial flow directions, in addition to linear cascades for which it was originally developed. A solution for circular cascades is obtained by employing a conformal transformation which maps the circular cascade into a linear cascade. The capability available in the original program of analyzing multiple cascades has been preserved and can also be applied to circular cascades....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Yocum,A M, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK APPLIED RESEARCH LAB, *COMPUTER...
The Douglas Neumann Cascade Program has been rewritten so that it can analyze circular cascades with inward or outward radial flow directions, in addition to linear cascades for which it was originally developed. A solution for circular cascades is obtained by employing a conformal transformation which maps the circular cascade into a linear cascade. The capability available in the original program of analyzing multiple cascades has been preserved and can also be applied to circular cascades....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Yocum,A M, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK APPLIED RESEARCH LAB, *COMPUTER...
The Douglas Neumann Cascade Program has been rewritten so that it can analyze circular cascades with inward or outward radial flow directions, in addition to linear cascades for which it was originally developed. A solution for circular cascades is obtained by employing a conformal transformation which maps the circular cascade into a linear cascade. The capability available in the original program of analyzing multiple cascades has been preserved and can also be applied to circular cascades....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Yocum,A M, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK APPLIED RESEARCH LAB, *COMPUTER...
The Douglas Neumann Cascade Program has been rewritten so that it can analyze circular cascades with inward or outward radial flow directions, in addition to linear cascades for which it was originally developed. A solution for circular cascades is obtained by employing a conformal transformation which maps the circular cascade into a linear cascade. The capability available in the original program of analyzing multiple cascades has been preserved and can also be applied to circular cascades....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Yocum,A M, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK APPLIED RESEARCH LAB, *COMPUTER...
The Douglas Neumann Cascade Program has been rewritten so that it can analyze circular cascades with inward or outward radial flow directions, in addition to linear cascades for which it was originally developed. A solution for circular cascades is obtained by employing a conformal transformation which maps the circular cascade into a linear cascade. The capability available in the original program of analyzing multiple cascades has been preserved and can also be applied to circular cascades....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Yocum,A M, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK APPLIED RESEARCH LAB, *COMPUTER...
The Douglas Neumann Cascade Program has been rewritten so that it can analyze circular cascades with inward or outward radial flow directions, in addition to linear cascades for which it was originally developed. A solution for circular cascades is obtained by employing a conformal transformation which maps the circular cascade into a linear cascade. The capability available in the original program of analyzing multiple cascades has been preserved and can also be applied to circular cascades....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Yocum,A M, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK APPLIED RESEARCH LAB, *COMPUTER...
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A compilation of the papers presented at the Third Biennial Maintenance Training and Aiding Conference sponsored by the Naval Air Systems Command (Code AIR 340F) and hosted by the Human Factors Laboratory, Naval Training Equipment Center. The papers address the role of job aiding and performance in the capability development and training of the maintenance technician. The integration of aiding and training appears needed in meeting the maintenance requirements of the Navy's increasingly...
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A compilation of the papers presented at the Third Biennial Maintenance Training and Aiding Conference sponsored by the Naval Air Systems Command (Code AIR 340F) and hosted by the Human Factors Laboratory, Naval Training Equipment Center. The papers address the role of job aiding and performance in the capability development and training of the maintenance technician. The integration of aiding and training appears needed in meeting the maintenance requirements of the Navy's increasingly...
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A compilation of the papers presented at the Third Biennial Maintenance Training and Aiding Conference sponsored by the Naval Air Systems Command (Code AIR 340F) and hosted by the Human Factors Laboratory, Naval Training Equipment Center. The papers address the role of job aiding and performance in the capability development and training of the maintenance technician. The integration of aiding and training appears needed in meeting the maintenance requirements of the Navy's increasingly...
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A compilation of the papers presented at the Third Biennial Maintenance Training and Aiding Conference sponsored by the Naval Air Systems Command (Code AIR 340F) and hosted by the Human Factors Laboratory, Naval Training Equipment Center. The papers address the role of job aiding and performance in the capability development and training of the maintenance technician. The integration of aiding and training appears needed in meeting the maintenance requirements of the Navy's increasingly...
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A compilation of the papers presented at the Third Biennial Maintenance Training and Aiding Conference sponsored by the Naval Air Systems Command (Code AIR 340F) and hosted by the Human Factors Laboratory, Naval Training Equipment Center. The papers address the role of job aiding and performance in the capability development and training of the maintenance technician. The integration of aiding and training appears needed in meeting the maintenance requirements of the Navy's increasingly...
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A compilation of the papers presented at the Third Biennial Maintenance Training and Aiding Conference sponsored by the Naval Air Systems Command (Code AIR 340F) and hosted by the Human Factors Laboratory, Naval Training Equipment Center. The papers address the role of job aiding and performance in the capability development and training of the maintenance technician. The integration of aiding and training appears needed in meeting the maintenance requirements of the Navy's increasingly...
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A compilation of the papers presented at the Third Biennial Maintenance Training and Aiding Conference sponsored by the Naval Air Systems Command (Code AIR 340F) and hosted by the Human Factors Laboratory, Naval Training Equipment Center. The papers address the role of job aiding and performance in the capability development and training of the maintenance technician. The integration of aiding and training appears needed in meeting the maintenance requirements of the Navy's increasingly...
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A compilation of the papers presented at the Third Biennial Maintenance Training and Aiding Conference sponsored by the Naval Air Systems Command (Code AIR 340F) and hosted by the Human Factors Laboratory, Naval Training Equipment Center. The papers address the role of job aiding and performance in the capability development and training of the maintenance technician. The integration of aiding and training appears needed in meeting the maintenance requirements of the Navy's increasingly...
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There has been a continuing interest in the use of the VHF band to provide communication channels which supplement those of the more conventional but congested HF band. The availability of these supplementary channels for large range transequatorial circuits was first reported by radio amateurs and studies of the phenomenon were largely experimental. The physical mechanisms involved in producing these channels have been and still are poorly understood. It is the purpose of this report to lay...
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There has been a continuing interest in the use of the VHF band to provide communication channels which supplement those of the more conventional but congested HF band. The availability of these supplementary channels for large range transequatorial circuits was first reported by radio amateurs and studies of the phenomenon were largely experimental. The physical mechanisms involved in producing these channels have been and still are poorly understood. It is the purpose of this report to lay...
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There has been a continuing interest in the use of the VHF band to provide communication channels which supplement those of the more conventional but congested HF band. The availability of these supplementary channels for large range transequatorial circuits was first reported by radio amateurs and studies of the phenomenon were largely experimental. The physical mechanisms involved in producing these channels have been and still are poorly understood. It is the purpose of this report to lay...
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There has been a continuing interest in the use of the VHF band to provide communication channels which supplement those of the more conventional but congested HF band. The availability of these supplementary channels for large range transequatorial circuits was first reported by radio amateurs and studies of the phenomenon were largely experimental. The physical mechanisms involved in producing these channels have been and still are poorly understood. It is the purpose of this report to lay...
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There has been a continuing interest in the use of the VHF band to provide communication channels which supplement those of the more conventional but congested HF band. The availability of these supplementary channels for large range transequatorial circuits was first reported by radio amateurs and studies of the phenomenon were largely experimental. The physical mechanisms involved in producing these channels have been and still are poorly understood. It is the purpose of this report to lay...
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There has been a continuing interest in the use of the VHF band to provide communication channels which supplement those of the more conventional but congested HF band. The availability of these supplementary channels for large range transequatorial circuits was first reported by radio amateurs and studies of the phenomenon were largely experimental. The physical mechanisms involved in producing these channels have been and still are poorly understood. It is the purpose of this report to lay...
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There has been a continuing interest in the use of the VHF band to provide communication channels which supplement those of the more conventional but congested HF band. The availability of these supplementary channels for large range transequatorial circuits was first reported by radio amateurs and studies of the phenomenon were largely experimental. The physical mechanisms involved in producing these channels have been and still are poorly understood. It is the purpose of this report to lay...
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There has been a continuing interest in the use of the VHF band to provide communication channels which supplement those of the more conventional but congested HF band. The availability of these supplementary channels for large range transequatorial circuits was first reported by radio amateurs and studies of the phenomenon were largely experimental. The physical mechanisms involved in producing these channels have been and still are poorly understood. It is the purpose of this report to lay...
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There has been a continuing interest in the use of the VHF band to provide communication channels which supplement those of the more conventional but congested HF band. The availability of these supplementary channels for large range transequatorial circuits was first reported by radio amateurs and studies of the phenomenon were largely experimental. The physical mechanisms involved in producing these channels have been and still are poorly understood. It is the purpose of this report to lay...
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There has been a continuing interest in the use of the VHF band to provide communication channels which supplement those of the more conventional but congested HF band. The availability of these supplementary channels for large range transequatorial circuits was first reported by radio amateurs and studies of the phenomenon were largely experimental. The physical mechanisms involved in producing these channels have been and still are poorly understood. It is the purpose of this report to lay...
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A numerical investigation was conducted on two-dimensional natural convection within inclined rectangular enclosures partitioned into 45 degree triangular cells. The time dependent governing equations, vorticity, energy, and stream function, were solved by an ADI method and a Gauss-Seidel SOR technique. The numerical procedure was validated for rectangular enclosures, then modified for triangular cells. Heat transfer coefficients were determined for an inclined square enclosure with a diagonal...
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A numerical investigation was conducted on two-dimensional natural convection within inclined rectangular enclosures partitioned into 45 degree triangular cells. The time dependent governing equations, vorticity, energy, and stream function, were solved by an ADI method and a Gauss-Seidel SOR technique. The numerical procedure was validated for rectangular enclosures, then modified for triangular cells. Heat transfer coefficients were determined for an inclined square enclosure with a diagonal...
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A numerical investigation was conducted on two-dimensional natural convection within inclined rectangular enclosures partitioned into 45 degree triangular cells. The time dependent governing equations, vorticity, energy, and stream function, were solved by an ADI method and a Gauss-Seidel SOR technique. The numerical procedure was validated for rectangular enclosures, then modified for triangular cells. Heat transfer coefficients were determined for an inclined square enclosure with a diagonal...
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A numerical investigation was conducted on two-dimensional natural convection within inclined rectangular enclosures partitioned into 45 degree triangular cells. The time dependent governing equations, vorticity, energy, and stream function, were solved by an ADI method and a Gauss-Seidel SOR technique. The numerical procedure was validated for rectangular enclosures, then modified for triangular cells. Heat transfer coefficients were determined for an inclined square enclosure with a diagonal...
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A numerical investigation was conducted on two-dimensional natural convection within inclined rectangular enclosures partitioned into 45 degree triangular cells. The time dependent governing equations, vorticity, energy, and stream function, were solved by an ADI method and a Gauss-Seidel SOR technique. The numerical procedure was validated for rectangular enclosures, then modified for triangular cells. Heat transfer coefficients were determined for an inclined square enclosure with a diagonal...
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A numerical investigation was conducted on two-dimensional natural convection within inclined rectangular enclosures partitioned into 45 degree triangular cells. The time dependent governing equations, vorticity, energy, and stream function, were solved by an ADI method and a Gauss-Seidel SOR technique. The numerical procedure was validated for rectangular enclosures, then modified for triangular cells. Heat transfer coefficients were determined for an inclined square enclosure with a diagonal...
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A numerical investigation was conducted on two-dimensional natural convection within inclined rectangular enclosures partitioned into 45 degree triangular cells. The time dependent governing equations, vorticity, energy, and stream function, were solved by an ADI method and a Gauss-Seidel SOR technique. The numerical procedure was validated for rectangular enclosures, then modified for triangular cells. Heat transfer coefficients were determined for an inclined square enclosure with a diagonal...
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A numerical investigation was conducted on two-dimensional natural convection within inclined rectangular enclosures partitioned into 45 degree triangular cells. The time dependent governing equations, vorticity, energy, and stream function, were solved by an ADI method and a Gauss-Seidel SOR technique. The numerical procedure was validated for rectangular enclosures, then modified for triangular cells. Heat transfer coefficients were determined for an inclined square enclosure with a diagonal...
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A numerical investigation was conducted on two-dimensional natural convection within inclined rectangular enclosures partitioned into 45 degree triangular cells. The time dependent governing equations, vorticity, energy, and stream function, were solved by an ADI method and a Gauss-Seidel SOR technique. The numerical procedure was validated for rectangular enclosures, then modified for triangular cells. Heat transfer coefficients were determined for an inclined square enclosure with a diagonal...
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A numerical investigation was conducted on two-dimensional natural convection within inclined rectangular enclosures partitioned into 45 degree triangular cells. The time dependent governing equations, vorticity, energy, and stream function, were solved by an ADI method and a Gauss-Seidel SOR technique. The numerical procedure was validated for rectangular enclosures, then modified for triangular cells. Heat transfer coefficients were determined for an inclined square enclosure with a diagonal...
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The study objectives involve applying psychological knowledge of visual perception to improve real-time computer image generation (CIG) simulators. The primary objective is to suggest and identify CIG algorithms for visual simulation that improve the training effectiveness of CIG simulators. The secondary objective is to identify areas of basic research in visual perception that have a significant impact on improving CIG technology. The project proceeded in a sequence of three phases. The first...
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The study objectives involve applying psychological knowledge of visual perception to improve real-time computer image generation (CIG) simulators. The primary objective is to suggest and identify CIG algorithms for visual simulation that improve the training effectiveness of CIG simulators. The secondary objective is to identify areas of basic research in visual perception that have a significant impact on improving CIG technology. The project proceeded in a sequence of three phases. The first...
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The study objectives involve applying psychological knowledge of visual perception to improve real-time computer image generation (CIG) simulators. The primary objective is to suggest and identify CIG algorithms for visual simulation that improve the training effectiveness of CIG simulators. The secondary objective is to identify areas of basic research in visual perception that have a significant impact on improving CIG technology. The project proceeded in a sequence of three phases. The first...
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The study objectives involve applying psychological knowledge of visual perception to improve real-time computer image generation (CIG) simulators. The primary objective is to suggest and identify CIG algorithms for visual simulation that improve the training effectiveness of CIG simulators. The secondary objective is to identify areas of basic research in visual perception that have a significant impact on improving CIG technology. The project proceeded in a sequence of three phases. The first...
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The study objectives involve applying psychological knowledge of visual perception to improve real-time computer image generation (CIG) simulators. The primary objective is to suggest and identify CIG algorithms for visual simulation that improve the training effectiveness of CIG simulators. The secondary objective is to identify areas of basic research in visual perception that have a significant impact on improving CIG technology. The project proceeded in a sequence of three phases. The first...
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The study objectives involve applying psychological knowledge of visual perception to improve real-time computer image generation (CIG) simulators. The primary objective is to suggest and identify CIG algorithms for visual simulation that improve the training effectiveness of CIG simulators. The secondary objective is to identify areas of basic research in visual perception that have a significant impact on improving CIG technology. The project proceeded in a sequence of three phases. The first...
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The study objectives involve applying psychological knowledge of visual perception to improve real-time computer image generation (CIG) simulators. The primary objective is to suggest and identify CIG algorithms for visual simulation that improve the training effectiveness of CIG simulators. The secondary objective is to identify areas of basic research in visual perception that have a significant impact on improving CIG technology. The project proceeded in a sequence of three phases. The first...
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The study objectives involve applying psychological knowledge of visual perception to improve real-time computer image generation (CIG) simulators. The primary objective is to suggest and identify CIG algorithms for visual simulation that improve the training effectiveness of CIG simulators. The secondary objective is to identify areas of basic research in visual perception that have a significant impact on improving CIG technology. The project proceeded in a sequence of three phases. The first...
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The study objectives involve applying psychological knowledge of visual perception to improve real-time computer image generation (CIG) simulators. The primary objective is to suggest and identify CIG algorithms for visual simulation that improve the training effectiveness of CIG simulators. The secondary objective is to identify areas of basic research in visual perception that have a significant impact on improving CIG technology. The project proceeded in a sequence of three phases. The first...
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The study objectives involve applying psychological knowledge of visual perception to improve real-time computer image generation (CIG) simulators. The primary objective is to suggest and identify CIG algorithms for visual simulation that improve the training effectiveness of CIG simulators. The secondary objective is to identify areas of basic research in visual perception that have a significant impact on improving CIG technology. The project proceeded in a sequence of three phases. The first...
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A series of nine Foam HEST experiments was conducted. These tests were used to produce simulated nuclear overpressure environments in a research program to investigate the vulnerability of shallow-buried structures (SBS). The tests utilized charge densities varying from 6.9 kg/cu. m (0.43 lb/cu. ft.) to 58.6 kg/cu. m (3.6 lb/cu. ft.), producing overpressures from a low of approximately 5.5 MPa (800 psi) to a maximum of approximately 117 MPa (17,000 psi). Weapon simulation was determined by...
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A series of nine Foam HEST experiments was conducted. These tests were used to produce simulated nuclear overpressure environments in a research program to investigate the vulnerability of shallow-buried structures (SBS). The tests utilized charge densities varying from 6.9 kg/cu. m (0.43 lb/cu. ft.) to 58.6 kg/cu. m (3.6 lb/cu. ft.), producing overpressures from a low of approximately 5.5 MPa (800 psi) to a maximum of approximately 117 MPa (17,000 psi). Weapon simulation was determined by...
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A series of nine Foam HEST experiments was conducted. These tests were used to produce simulated nuclear overpressure environments in a research program to investigate the vulnerability of shallow-buried structures (SBS). The tests utilized charge densities varying from 6.9 kg/cu. m (0.43 lb/cu. ft.) to 58.6 kg/cu. m (3.6 lb/cu. ft.), producing overpressures from a low of approximately 5.5 MPa (800 psi) to a maximum of approximately 117 MPa (17,000 psi). Weapon simulation was determined by...
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A series of nine Foam HEST experiments was conducted. These tests were used to produce simulated nuclear overpressure environments in a research program to investigate the vulnerability of shallow-buried structures (SBS). The tests utilized charge densities varying from 6.9 kg/cu. m (0.43 lb/cu. ft.) to 58.6 kg/cu. m (3.6 lb/cu. ft.), producing overpressures from a low of approximately 5.5 MPa (800 psi) to a maximum of approximately 117 MPa (17,000 psi). Weapon simulation was determined by...
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A series of nine Foam HEST experiments was conducted. These tests were used to produce simulated nuclear overpressure environments in a research program to investigate the vulnerability of shallow-buried structures (SBS). The tests utilized charge densities varying from 6.9 kg/cu. m (0.43 lb/cu. ft.) to 58.6 kg/cu. m (3.6 lb/cu. ft.), producing overpressures from a low of approximately 5.5 MPa (800 psi) to a maximum of approximately 117 MPa (17,000 psi). Weapon simulation was determined by...
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A series of nine Foam HEST experiments was conducted. These tests were used to produce simulated nuclear overpressure environments in a research program to investigate the vulnerability of shallow-buried structures (SBS). The tests utilized charge densities varying from 6.9 kg/cu. m (0.43 lb/cu. ft.) to 58.6 kg/cu. m (3.6 lb/cu. ft.), producing overpressures from a low of approximately 5.5 MPa (800 psi) to a maximum of approximately 117 MPa (17,000 psi). Weapon simulation was determined by...
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A series of nine Foam HEST experiments was conducted. These tests were used to produce simulated nuclear overpressure environments in a research program to investigate the vulnerability of shallow-buried structures (SBS). The tests utilized charge densities varying from 6.9 kg/cu. m (0.43 lb/cu. ft.) to 58.6 kg/cu. m (3.6 lb/cu. ft.), producing overpressures from a low of approximately 5.5 MPa (800 psi) to a maximum of approximately 117 MPa (17,000 psi). Weapon simulation was determined by...
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Instructions for use of the UDRI moire fringe device are provided in this report. Detailed instructions for analysis of the moire fringe patterns produced by the device are also presented. A listing of statements in a computer program named PANDIS is given. This program, written in the BASIC language is used to reduce data obtained during analysis of the fringe patterns to out-of-place displacement data. A test problem, including sample data and output, is also presented. (Author)
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Instructions for use of the UDRI moire fringe device are provided in this report. Detailed instructions for analysis of the moire fringe patterns produced by the device are also presented. A listing of statements in a computer program named PANDIS is given. This program, written in the BASIC language is used to reduce data obtained during analysis of the fringe patterns to out-of-place displacement data. A test problem, including sample data and output, is also presented. (Author)
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Instructions for use of the UDRI moire fringe device are provided in this report. Detailed instructions for analysis of the moire fringe patterns produced by the device are also presented. A listing of statements in a computer program named PANDIS is given. This program, written in the BASIC language is used to reduce data obtained during analysis of the fringe patterns to out-of-place displacement data. A test problem, including sample data and output, is also presented. (Author)
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Instructions for use of the UDRI moire fringe device are provided in this report. Detailed instructions for analysis of the moire fringe patterns produced by the device are also presented. A listing of statements in a computer program named PANDIS is given. This program, written in the BASIC language is used to reduce data obtained during analysis of the fringe patterns to out-of-place displacement data. A test problem, including sample data and output, is also presented. (Author)
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Instructions for use of the UDRI moire fringe device are provided in this report. Detailed instructions for analysis of the moire fringe patterns produced by the device are also presented. A listing of statements in a computer program named PANDIS is given. This program, written in the BASIC language is used to reduce data obtained during analysis of the fringe patterns to out-of-place displacement data. A test problem, including sample data and output, is also presented. (Author)
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Instructions for use of the UDRI moire fringe device are provided in this report. Detailed instructions for analysis of the moire fringe patterns produced by the device are also presented. A listing of statements in a computer program named PANDIS is given. This program, written in the BASIC language is used to reduce data obtained during analysis of the fringe patterns to out-of-place displacement data. A test problem, including sample data and output, is also presented. (Author)
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Instructions for use of the UDRI moire fringe device are provided in this report. Detailed instructions for analysis of the moire fringe patterns produced by the device are also presented. A listing of statements in a computer program named PANDIS is given. This program, written in the BASIC language is used to reduce data obtained during analysis of the fringe patterns to out-of-place displacement data. A test problem, including sample data and output, is also presented. (Author)
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Instructions for use of the UDRI moire fringe device are provided in this report. Detailed instructions for analysis of the moire fringe patterns produced by the device are also presented. A listing of statements in a computer program named PANDIS is given. This program, written in the BASIC language is used to reduce data obtained during analysis of the fringe patterns to out-of-place displacement data. A test problem, including sample data and output, is also presented. (Author)
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Instructions for use of the UDRI moire fringe device are provided in this report. Detailed instructions for analysis of the moire fringe patterns produced by the device are also presented. A listing of statements in a computer program named PANDIS is given. This program, written in the BASIC language is used to reduce data obtained during analysis of the fringe patterns to out-of-place displacement data. A test problem, including sample data and output, is also presented. (Author)
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Instructions for use of the UDRI moire fringe device are provided in this report. Detailed instructions for analysis of the moire fringe patterns produced by the device are also presented. A listing of statements in a computer program named PANDIS is given. This program, written in the BASIC language is used to reduce data obtained during analysis of the fringe patterns to out-of-place displacement data. A test problem, including sample data and output, is also presented. (Author)
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Complex systems require intelligent control strategies, and AI concepts and tools may contribute to the management of such systems. At Rand, we have been developing Artificial Intelligence approaches to systems management problems. Our work involves three principal components: a model of the system to be managed; a situation assessment function that employs the model to interpret sensor data; and a planning and control function that employs the model to select desired actions. This broad...
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Complex systems require intelligent control strategies, and AI concepts and tools may contribute to the management of such systems. At Rand, we have been developing Artificial Intelligence approaches to systems management problems. Our work involves three principal components: a model of the system to be managed; a situation assessment function that employs the model to interpret sensor data; and a planning and control function that employs the model to select desired actions. This broad...
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Complex systems require intelligent control strategies, and AI concepts and tools may contribute to the management of such systems. At Rand, we have been developing Artificial Intelligence approaches to systems management problems. Our work involves three principal components: a model of the system to be managed; a situation assessment function that employs the model to interpret sensor data; and a planning and control function that employs the model to select desired actions. This broad...
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Complex systems require intelligent control strategies, and AI concepts and tools may contribute to the management of such systems. At Rand, we have been developing Artificial Intelligence approaches to systems management problems. Our work involves three principal components: a model of the system to be managed; a situation assessment function that employs the model to interpret sensor data; and a planning and control function that employs the model to select desired actions. This broad...
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Complex systems require intelligent control strategies, and AI concepts and tools may contribute to the management of such systems. At Rand, we have been developing Artificial Intelligence approaches to systems management problems. Our work involves three principal components: a model of the system to be managed; a situation assessment function that employs the model to interpret sensor data; and a planning and control function that employs the model to select desired actions. This broad...
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A series of nine Foam HEST experiments was conducted. These tests were used to produce simulated nuclear overpressure environments in a research program to investigate the vulnerability of shallow-buried structures (SBS). The tests utilized charge densities varying from 6.9 kg/cu. m (0.43 lb/cu. ft.) to 58.6 kg/cu. m (3.6 lb/cu. ft.), producing overpressures from a low of approximately 5.5 MPa (800 psi) to a maximum of approximately 117 MPa (17,000 psi). Weapon simulation was determined by...
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A series of nine Foam HEST experiments was conducted. These tests were used to produce simulated nuclear overpressure environments in a research program to investigate the vulnerability of shallow-buried structures (SBS). The tests utilized charge densities varying from 6.9 kg/cu. m (0.43 lb/cu. ft.) to 58.6 kg/cu. m (3.6 lb/cu. ft.), producing overpressures from a low of approximately 5.5 MPa (800 psi) to a maximum of approximately 117 MPa (17,000 psi). Weapon simulation was determined by...
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A series of nine Foam HEST experiments was conducted. These tests were used to produce simulated nuclear overpressure environments in a research program to investigate the vulnerability of shallow-buried structures (SBS). The tests utilized charge densities varying from 6.9 kg/cu. m (0.43 lb/cu. ft.) to 58.6 kg/cu. m (3.6 lb/cu. ft.), producing overpressures from a low of approximately 5.5 MPa (800 psi) to a maximum of approximately 117 MPa (17,000 psi). Weapon simulation was determined by...
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The modeling of the transmission of visible and infrared radiation through artillery-produced dust clouds depends on several quantities, processes, and assumptions which are parameterized either as scaling laws and multiplicative factors or are specified directly as input values. Computer models by their very nature are deterministic, delivering single-valued outputs for specific inputs. In reality the input quantities are themselves not always well-known, and many other parameters are simply...
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The modeling of the transmission of visible and infrared radiation through artillery-produced dust clouds depends on several quantities, processes, and assumptions which are parameterized either as scaling laws and multiplicative factors or are specified directly as input values. Computer models by their very nature are deterministic, delivering single-valued outputs for specific inputs. In reality the input quantities are themselves not always well-known, and many other parameters are simply...
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The modeling of the transmission of visible and infrared radiation through artillery-produced dust clouds depends on several quantities, processes, and assumptions which are parameterized either as scaling laws and multiplicative factors or are specified directly as input values. Computer models by their very nature are deterministic, delivering single-valued outputs for specific inputs. In reality the input quantities are themselves not always well-known, and many other parameters are simply...
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The modeling of the transmission of visible and infrared radiation through artillery-produced dust clouds depends on several quantities, processes, and assumptions which are parameterized either as scaling laws and multiplicative factors or are specified directly as input values. Computer models by their very nature are deterministic, delivering single-valued outputs for specific inputs. In reality the input quantities are themselves not always well-known, and many other parameters are simply...
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The modeling of the transmission of visible and infrared radiation through artillery-produced dust clouds depends on several quantities, processes, and assumptions which are parameterized either as scaling laws and multiplicative factors or are specified directly as input values. Computer models by their very nature are deterministic, delivering single-valued outputs for specific inputs. In reality the input quantities are themselves not always well-known, and many other parameters are simply...
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The modeling of the transmission of visible and infrared radiation through artillery-produced dust clouds depends on several quantities, processes, and assumptions which are parameterized either as scaling laws and multiplicative factors or are specified directly as input values. Computer models by their very nature are deterministic, delivering single-valued outputs for specific inputs. In reality the input quantities are themselves not always well-known, and many other parameters are simply...
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The modeling of the transmission of visible and infrared radiation through artillery-produced dust clouds depends on several quantities, processes, and assumptions which are parameterized either as scaling laws and multiplicative factors or are specified directly as input values. Computer models by their very nature are deterministic, delivering single-valued outputs for specific inputs. In reality the input quantities are themselves not always well-known, and many other parameters are simply...
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The modeling of the transmission of visible and infrared radiation through artillery-produced dust clouds depends on several quantities, processes, and assumptions which are parameterized either as scaling laws and multiplicative factors or are specified directly as input values. Computer models by their very nature are deterministic, delivering single-valued outputs for specific inputs. In reality the input quantities are themselves not always well-known, and many other parameters are simply...
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The modeling of the transmission of visible and infrared radiation through artillery-produced dust clouds depends on several quantities, processes, and assumptions which are parameterized either as scaling laws and multiplicative factors or are specified directly as input values. Computer models by their very nature are deterministic, delivering single-valued outputs for specific inputs. In reality the input quantities are themselves not always well-known, and many other parameters are simply...
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The modeling of the transmission of visible and infrared radiation through artillery-produced dust clouds depends on several quantities, processes, and assumptions which are parameterized either as scaling laws and multiplicative factors or are specified directly as input values. Computer models by their very nature are deterministic, delivering single-valued outputs for specific inputs. In reality the input quantities are themselves not always well-known, and many other parameters are simply...
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