FIELD ASSESSMENT PROBLEMS
Quarterly progress rept. no. 7, 1 Mar-30 May 1961
NEW YORK UNIV BRONX SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE
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IT IS SHOWN THAT THE Calder-Salzer technique for computing munition expenditures probably implies that the moments of the dosage distribution do not exist. A simple modification of the Salzer inversion technique is being tried which does not require scaling. The diffusion model is simplified by introducing dimensionless parameters. This new procedure enables one to obtain a family of depositions as the result of a single integration. An outline of a new stochastic model of turbulent diffusion is given.
- Fire Control and Bombing Systems