A new concept of the turbulent electrode effect, which has emerged from the recent work of Hoppel and of the author, is described. The past theoretical and observational research relating to the transformation of the classical electrode layer in the case of strong turbulent mixing is reviewed. Results of two experiments designed to test key predictions of the new theories are reported. The first experiment, measurement of the conductivity profile over land on windy days, lends some support to...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Willett,J C, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *TURBULENCE, *ELECTRODES, GROUND...

A new concept of the turbulent electrode effect, which has emerged from the recent work of Hoppel and of the author, is described. The past theoretical and observational research relating to the transformation of the classical electrode layer in the case of strong turbulent mixing is reviewed. Results of two experiments designed to test key predictions of the new theories are reported. The first experiment, measurement of the conductivity profile over land on windy days, lends some support to...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Willett,J C, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *TURBULENCE, *ELECTRODES, GROUND...

A new concept of the turbulent electrode effect, which has emerged from the recent work of Hoppel and of the author, is described. The past theoretical and observational research relating to the transformation of the classical electrode layer in the case of strong turbulent mixing is reviewed. Results of two experiments designed to test key predictions of the new theories are reported. The first experiment, measurement of the conductivity profile over land on windy days, lends some support to...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Willett,J C, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *TURBULENCE, *ELECTRODES, GROUND...

A new concept of the turbulent electrode effect, which has emerged from the recent work of Hoppel and of the author, is described. The past theoretical and observational research relating to the transformation of the classical electrode layer in the case of strong turbulent mixing is reviewed. Results of two experiments designed to test key predictions of the new theories are reported. The first experiment, measurement of the conductivity profile over land on windy days, lends some support to...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Willett,J C, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *TURBULENCE, *ELECTRODES, GROUND...

A new concept of the turbulent electrode effect, which has emerged from the recent work of Hoppel and of the author, is described. The past theoretical and observational research relating to the transformation of the classical electrode layer in the case of strong turbulent mixing is reviewed. Results of two experiments designed to test key predictions of the new theories are reported. The first experiment, measurement of the conductivity profile over land on windy days, lends some support to...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Willett,J C, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *TURBULENCE, *ELECTRODES, GROUND...

A new concept of the turbulent electrode effect, which has emerged from the recent work of Hoppel and of the author, is described. The past theoretical and observational research relating to the transformation of the classical electrode layer in the case of strong turbulent mixing is reviewed. Results of two experiments designed to test key predictions of the new theories are reported. The first experiment, measurement of the conductivity profile over land on windy days, lends some support to...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Willett,J C, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *TURBULENCE, *ELECTRODES, GROUND...

A new concept of the turbulent electrode effect, which has emerged from the recent work of Hoppel and of the author, is described. The past theoretical and observational research relating to the transformation of the classical electrode layer in the case of strong turbulent mixing is reviewed. Results of two experiments designed to test key predictions of the new theories are reported. The first experiment, measurement of the conductivity profile over land on windy days, lends some support to...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Willett,J C, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *TURBULENCE, *ELECTRODES, GROUND...

A new concept of the turbulent electrode effect, which has emerged from the recent work of Hoppel and of the author, is described. The past theoretical and observational research relating to the transformation of the classical electrode layer in the case of strong turbulent mixing is reviewed. Results of two experiments designed to test key predictions of the new theories are reported. The first experiment, measurement of the conductivity profile over land on windy days, lends some support to...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Willett,J C, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *TURBULENCE, *ELECTRODES, GROUND...

A new concept of the turbulent electrode effect, which has emerged from the recent work of Hoppel and of the author, is described. The past theoretical and observational research relating to the transformation of the classical electrode layer in the case of strong turbulent mixing is reviewed. Results of two experiments designed to test key predictions of the new theories are reported. The first experiment, measurement of the conductivity profile over land on windy days, lends some support to...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Willett,J C, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *TURBULENCE, *ELECTRODES, GROUND...

A new concept of the turbulent electrode effect, which has emerged from the recent work of Hoppel and of the author, is described. The past theoretical and observational research relating to the transformation of the classical electrode layer in the case of strong turbulent mixing is reviewed. Results of two experiments designed to test key predictions of the new theories are reported. The first experiment, measurement of the conductivity profile over land on windy days, lends some support to...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Willett,J C, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *TURBULENCE, *ELECTRODES, GROUND...

This report describes a ground-motion displacement gauge and its applications. The gauge concept is based upon the free-fall time of a mass released inside a gauge cannister prior to the onset of ground motion. The time-of-fall of the mass to the cannister bottom during ground displacement, together with the free-fall time for the gauge at rest, uniquely determines the vertical displacement at one time. Simulation of ground displacement by gauge drop tests demonstrated the operating principle....

Topics: DTIC Archive, Whitener,Jack E, R AND D ASSOCIATES MARINA DEL REY CA, *GROUND MOTION, *GAGES, MASS,...

This report describes a ground-motion displacement gauge and its applications. The gauge concept is based upon the free-fall time of a mass released inside a gauge cannister prior to the onset of ground motion. The time-of-fall of the mass to the cannister bottom during ground displacement, together with the free-fall time for the gauge at rest, uniquely determines the vertical displacement at one time. Simulation of ground displacement by gauge drop tests demonstrated the operating principle....

Topics: DTIC Archive, Whitener,Jack E, R AND D ASSOCIATES MARINA DEL REY CA, *GROUND MOTION, *GAGES, MASS,...

This report describes a ground-motion displacement gauge and its applications. The gauge concept is based upon the free-fall time of a mass released inside a gauge cannister prior to the onset of ground motion. The time-of-fall of the mass to the cannister bottom during ground displacement, together with the free-fall time for the gauge at rest, uniquely determines the vertical displacement at one time. Simulation of ground displacement by gauge drop tests demonstrated the operating principle....

Topics: DTIC Archive, Whitener,Jack E, R AND D ASSOCIATES MARINA DEL REY CA, *GROUND MOTION, *GAGES, MASS,...

This report describes a ground-motion displacement gauge and its applications. The gauge concept is based upon the free-fall time of a mass released inside a gauge cannister prior to the onset of ground motion. The time-of-fall of the mass to the cannister bottom during ground displacement, together with the free-fall time for the gauge at rest, uniquely determines the vertical displacement at one time. Simulation of ground displacement by gauge drop tests demonstrated the operating principle....

Topics: DTIC Archive, Whitener,Jack E, R AND D ASSOCIATES MARINA DEL REY CA, *GROUND MOTION, *GAGES, MASS,...

This report describes a ground-motion displacement gauge and its applications. The gauge concept is based upon the free-fall time of a mass released inside a gauge cannister prior to the onset of ground motion. The time-of-fall of the mass to the cannister bottom during ground displacement, together with the free-fall time for the gauge at rest, uniquely determines the vertical displacement at one time. Simulation of ground displacement by gauge drop tests demonstrated the operating principle....

Topics: DTIC Archive, Whitener,Jack E, R AND D ASSOCIATES MARINA DEL REY CA, *GROUND MOTION, *GAGES, MASS,...

This report describes a ground-motion displacement gauge and its applications. The gauge concept is based upon the free-fall time of a mass released inside a gauge cannister prior to the onset of ground motion. The time-of-fall of the mass to the cannister bottom during ground displacement, together with the free-fall time for the gauge at rest, uniquely determines the vertical displacement at one time. Simulation of ground displacement by gauge drop tests demonstrated the operating principle....

Topics: DTIC Archive, Whitener,Jack E, R AND D ASSOCIATES MARINA DEL REY CA, *GROUND MOTION, *GAGES, MASS,...

This report describes a ground-motion displacement gauge and its applications. The gauge concept is based upon the free-fall time of a mass released inside a gauge cannister prior to the onset of ground motion. The time-of-fall of the mass to the cannister bottom during ground displacement, together with the free-fall time for the gauge at rest, uniquely determines the vertical displacement at one time. Simulation of ground displacement by gauge drop tests demonstrated the operating principle....

Topics: DTIC Archive, Whitener,Jack E, R AND D ASSOCIATES MARINA DEL REY CA, *GROUND MOTION, *GAGES, MASS,...

This report describes a ground-motion displacement gauge and its applications. The gauge concept is based upon the free-fall time of a mass released inside a gauge cannister prior to the onset of ground motion. The time-of-fall of the mass to the cannister bottom during ground displacement, together with the free-fall time for the gauge at rest, uniquely determines the vertical displacement at one time. Simulation of ground displacement by gauge drop tests demonstrated the operating principle....

Topics: DTIC Archive, Whitener,Jack E, R AND D ASSOCIATES MARINA DEL REY CA, *GROUND MOTION, *GAGES, MASS,...

This report describes a ground-motion displacement gauge and its applications. The gauge concept is based upon the free-fall time of a mass released inside a gauge cannister prior to the onset of ground motion. The time-of-fall of the mass to the cannister bottom during ground displacement, together with the free-fall time for the gauge at rest, uniquely determines the vertical displacement at one time. Simulation of ground displacement by gauge drop tests demonstrated the operating principle....

Topics: DTIC Archive, Whitener,Jack E, R AND D ASSOCIATES MARINA DEL REY CA, *GROUND MOTION, *GAGES, MASS,...

This report describes a ground-motion displacement gauge and its applications. The gauge concept is based upon the free-fall time of a mass released inside a gauge cannister prior to the onset of ground motion. The time-of-fall of the mass to the cannister bottom during ground displacement, together with the free-fall time for the gauge at rest, uniquely determines the vertical displacement at one time. Simulation of ground displacement by gauge drop tests demonstrated the operating principle....

Topics: DTIC Archive, Whitener,Jack E, R AND D ASSOCIATES MARINA DEL REY CA, *GROUND MOTION, *GAGES, MASS,...

A computer program is presented which is capable of modelling the geometry and performance of the water entry cavity produced by the entry of axially symmetric projectiles. The program is based on an existing theoretical cavity flow model modified to account for atmospheric surface pressure. The computer model is shown to satisfactorily predict cavities produced by vertical and oblique entries (including high-speed entries) from normal air of right circular cylinders and truncated ogives.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Metzger, M A, NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD, *COMPUTERIZED...

A computer program is presented which is capable of modelling the geometry and performance of the water entry cavity produced by the entry of axially symmetric projectiles. The program is based on an existing theoretical cavity flow model modified to account for atmospheric surface pressure. The computer model is shown to satisfactorily predict cavities produced by vertical and oblique entries (including high-speed entries) from normal air of right circular cylinders and truncated ogives.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Metzger, M A, NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD, *COMPUTERIZED...

A computer program is presented which is capable of modelling the geometry and performance of the water entry cavity produced by the entry of axially symmetric projectiles. The program is based on an existing theoretical cavity flow model modified to account for atmospheric surface pressure. The computer model is shown to satisfactorily predict cavities produced by vertical and oblique entries (including high-speed entries) from normal air of right circular cylinders and truncated ogives.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Metzger, M A, NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD, *COMPUTERIZED...

A computer program is presented which is capable of modelling the geometry and performance of the water entry cavity produced by the entry of axially symmetric projectiles. The program is based on an existing theoretical cavity flow model modified to account for atmospheric surface pressure. The computer model is shown to satisfactorily predict cavities produced by vertical and oblique entries (including high-speed entries) from normal air of right circular cylinders and truncated ogives.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Metzger, M A, NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD, *COMPUTERIZED...

A computer program is presented which is capable of modelling the geometry and performance of the water entry cavity produced by the entry of axially symmetric projectiles. The program is based on an existing theoretical cavity flow model modified to account for atmospheric surface pressure. The computer model is shown to satisfactorily predict cavities produced by vertical and oblique entries (including high-speed entries) from normal air of right circular cylinders and truncated ogives.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Metzger, M A, NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD, *COMPUTERIZED...

A computer program is presented which is capable of modelling the geometry and performance of the water entry cavity produced by the entry of axially symmetric projectiles. The program is based on an existing theoretical cavity flow model modified to account for atmospheric surface pressure. The computer model is shown to satisfactorily predict cavities produced by vertical and oblique entries (including high-speed entries) from normal air of right circular cylinders and truncated ogives.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Metzger, M A, NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD, *COMPUTERIZED...

A computer program is presented which is capable of modelling the geometry and performance of the water entry cavity produced by the entry of axially symmetric projectiles. The program is based on an existing theoretical cavity flow model modified to account for atmospheric surface pressure. The computer model is shown to satisfactorily predict cavities produced by vertical and oblique entries (including high-speed entries) from normal air of right circular cylinders and truncated ogives.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Metzger, M A, NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD, *COMPUTERIZED...

A computer program is presented which is capable of modelling the geometry and performance of the water entry cavity produced by the entry of axially symmetric projectiles. The program is based on an existing theoretical cavity flow model modified to account for atmospheric surface pressure. The computer model is shown to satisfactorily predict cavities produced by vertical and oblique entries (including high-speed entries) from normal air of right circular cylinders and truncated ogives.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Metzger, M A, NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD, *COMPUTERIZED...

A computer program is presented which is capable of modelling the geometry and performance of the water entry cavity produced by the entry of axially symmetric projectiles. The program is based on an existing theoretical cavity flow model modified to account for atmospheric surface pressure. The computer model is shown to satisfactorily predict cavities produced by vertical and oblique entries (including high-speed entries) from normal air of right circular cylinders and truncated ogives.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Metzger, M A, NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD, *COMPUTERIZED...

A computer program is presented which is capable of modelling the geometry and performance of the water entry cavity produced by the entry of axially symmetric projectiles. The program is based on an existing theoretical cavity flow model modified to account for atmospheric surface pressure. The computer model is shown to satisfactorily predict cavities produced by vertical and oblique entries (including high-speed entries) from normal air of right circular cylinders and truncated ogives.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Metzger, M A, NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD, *COMPUTERIZED...

An analytical investigation of laminar free convection from a semi-infinite vertical plate is undertaken with the following special conditions imposed. The plate is maintained at a constant temperature greater than that of the ambient fluid. At an arbitrary distance above the leading edge a constant rate of blowing or suction is initiated extending uniformly along the remainder of the plate. The solution was obtained using the method of matched asymptotic expansions whereby an inner series...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Schiesser,William Andrew, NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA, *MATHEMATICAL...

An analytical investigation of laminar free convection from a semi-infinite vertical plate is undertaken with the following special conditions imposed. The plate is maintained at a constant temperature greater than that of the ambient fluid. At an arbitrary distance above the leading edge a constant rate of blowing or suction is initiated extending uniformly along the remainder of the plate. The solution was obtained using the method of matched asymptotic expansions whereby an inner series...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Schiesser,William Andrew, NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA, *MATHEMATICAL...

An analytical investigation of laminar free convection from a semi-infinite vertical plate is undertaken with the following special conditions imposed. The plate is maintained at a constant temperature greater than that of the ambient fluid. At an arbitrary distance above the leading edge a constant rate of blowing or suction is initiated extending uniformly along the remainder of the plate. The solution was obtained using the method of matched asymptotic expansions whereby an inner series...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Schiesser,William Andrew, NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA, *MATHEMATICAL...

An analytical investigation of laminar free convection from a semi-infinite vertical plate is undertaken with the following special conditions imposed. The plate is maintained at a constant temperature greater than that of the ambient fluid. At an arbitrary distance above the leading edge a constant rate of blowing or suction is initiated extending uniformly along the remainder of the plate. The solution was obtained using the method of matched asymptotic expansions whereby an inner series...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Schiesser,William Andrew, NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA, *MATHEMATICAL...

An analytical investigation of laminar free convection from a semi-infinite vertical plate is undertaken with the following special conditions imposed. The plate is maintained at a constant temperature greater than that of the ambient fluid. At an arbitrary distance above the leading edge a constant rate of blowing or suction is initiated extending uniformly along the remainder of the plate. The solution was obtained using the method of matched asymptotic expansions whereby an inner series...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Schiesser,William Andrew, NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA, *MATHEMATICAL...

An analytical investigation of laminar free convection from a semi-infinite vertical plate is undertaken with the following special conditions imposed. The plate is maintained at a constant temperature greater than that of the ambient fluid. At an arbitrary distance above the leading edge a constant rate of blowing or suction is initiated extending uniformly along the remainder of the plate. The solution was obtained using the method of matched asymptotic expansions whereby an inner series...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Schiesser,William Andrew, NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA, *MATHEMATICAL...

An analytical investigation of laminar free convection from a semi-infinite vertical plate is undertaken with the following special conditions imposed. The plate is maintained at a constant temperature greater than that of the ambient fluid. At an arbitrary distance above the leading edge a constant rate of blowing or suction is initiated extending uniformly along the remainder of the plate. The solution was obtained using the method of matched asymptotic expansions whereby an inner series...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Schiesser,William Andrew, NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA, *MATHEMATICAL...

An analytical investigation of laminar free convection from a semi-infinite vertical plate is undertaken with the following special conditions imposed. The plate is maintained at a constant temperature greater than that of the ambient fluid. At an arbitrary distance above the leading edge a constant rate of blowing or suction is initiated extending uniformly along the remainder of the plate. The solution was obtained using the method of matched asymptotic expansions whereby an inner series...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Schiesser,William Andrew, NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA, *MATHEMATICAL...

An analytical investigation of laminar free convection from a semi-infinite vertical plate is undertaken with the following special conditions imposed. The plate is maintained at a constant temperature greater than that of the ambient fluid. At an arbitrary distance above the leading edge a constant rate of blowing or suction is initiated extending uniformly along the remainder of the plate. The solution was obtained using the method of matched asymptotic expansions whereby an inner series...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Schiesser,William Andrew, NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA, *MATHEMATICAL...

An analytical investigation of laminar free convection from a semi-infinite vertical plate is undertaken with the following special conditions imposed. The plate is maintained at a constant temperature greater than that of the ambient fluid. At an arbitrary distance above the leading edge a constant rate of blowing or suction is initiated extending uniformly along the remainder of the plate. The solution was obtained using the method of matched asymptotic expansions whereby an inner series...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Schiesser,William Andrew, NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA, *MATHEMATICAL...

Methods for manufacturing a variety of shapes of enhanced heat transfer condenser tubing have been developed. 32 different tubes have been studied, in a vertical orientation, for their overall heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics. All experiments were conducted with atmospheric steam condensing on the outside of the tube and water in forced convective flow on the inside, the heated length of the tube being 45 ins. (114 cm). The results show that on the condensing steam side...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Newson, I H, ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT HARWELL (UNITED KINGDOM), *HEAT...

Methods for manufacturing a variety of shapes of enhanced heat transfer condenser tubing have been developed. 32 different tubes have been studied, in a vertical orientation, for their overall heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics. All experiments were conducted with atmospheric steam condensing on the outside of the tube and water in forced convective flow on the inside, the heated length of the tube being 45 ins. (114 cm). The results show that on the condensing steam side...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Newson, I H, ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT HARWELL (UNITED KINGDOM), *HEAT...

Methods for manufacturing a variety of shapes of enhanced heat transfer condenser tubing have been developed. 32 different tubes have been studied, in a vertical orientation, for their overall heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics. All experiments were conducted with atmospheric steam condensing on the outside of the tube and water in forced convective flow on the inside, the heated length of the tube being 45 ins. (114 cm). The results show that on the condensing steam side...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Newson, I H, ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT HARWELL (UNITED KINGDOM), *HEAT...

Methods for manufacturing a variety of shapes of enhanced heat transfer condenser tubing have been developed. 32 different tubes have been studied, in a vertical orientation, for their overall heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics. All experiments were conducted with atmospheric steam condensing on the outside of the tube and water in forced convective flow on the inside, the heated length of the tube being 45 ins. (114 cm). The results show that on the condensing steam side...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Newson, I H, ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT HARWELL (UNITED KINGDOM), *HEAT...

Methods for manufacturing a variety of shapes of enhanced heat transfer condenser tubing have been developed. 32 different tubes have been studied, in a vertical orientation, for their overall heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics. All experiments were conducted with atmospheric steam condensing on the outside of the tube and water in forced convective flow on the inside, the heated length of the tube being 45 ins. (114 cm). The results show that on the condensing steam side...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Newson, I H, ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT HARWELL (UNITED KINGDOM), *HEAT...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Newson, I H, ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT HARWELL (UNITED KINGDOM), *HEAT...

Methods for manufacturing a variety of shapes of enhanced heat transfer condenser tubing have been developed. 32 different tubes have been studied, in a vertical orientation, for their overall heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics. All experiments were conducted with atmospheric steam condensing on the outside of the tube and water in forced convective flow on the inside, the heated length of the tube being 45 ins. (114 cm). The results show that on the condensing steam side...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Newson, I H, ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT HARWELL (UNITED KINGDOM), *HEAT...

Methods for manufacturing a variety of shapes of enhanced heat transfer condenser tubing have been developed. 32 different tubes have been studied, in a vertical orientation, for their overall heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics. All experiments were conducted with atmospheric steam condensing on the outside of the tube and water in forced convective flow on the inside, the heated length of the tube being 45 ins. (114 cm). The results show that on the condensing steam side...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Newson, I H, ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT HARWELL (UNITED KINGDOM), *HEAT...

The complex height-gain for an infinitesimal vertical electric dipole (VED) above each of five homogeneous flat surfaces representative of sea water, well-conducting earth, poorly conducting earth, fresh water, and ice is calculated at 0.1, 1, 10, and 100 MHz for selected ranges. The amplitude and phase of the three cylindrical electromagnetic field components are given for source elevations of 0, 3/4, and 3/2 wavelengths in sets of 36 tables and 48 figures for each of the five types of...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Heckscher,John L, ROME AIR DEVELOPMENT CENTER GRIFFISS AFB NY, *EARTH MODELS,...

The complex height-gain for an infinitesimal vertical electric dipole (VED) above each of five homogeneous flat surfaces representative of sea water, well-conducting earth, poorly conducting earth, fresh water, and ice is calculated at 0.1, 1, 10, and 100 MHz for selected ranges. The amplitude and phase of the three cylindrical electromagnetic field components are given for source elevations of 0, 3/4, and 3/2 wavelengths in sets of 36 tables and 48 figures for each of the five types of...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Heckscher,John L, ROME AIR DEVELOPMENT CENTER GRIFFISS AFB NY, *EARTH MODELS,...