SMAUG, A Computer Code to Calculate the Neutron and Gamma Prompt Dose Environment in the Vicinity of an Atmospheric Nuclear Detonation.
Technical rept. Dec 70-Feb 72,
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Technical rept. Dec 70-Feb 72,Murphy,Harry M. AFWL-TR-72-2AF-8809880903See also Rept. no. AFWL-TR-72-3.dose rate, computer programs, neutron spectrum, dose rate, gamma ray spectra, dose rate, nuclear explosions, radiation hazards, transport properties, subroutines, numerical analysis, airburstcdc 6600 computers, fortranSMAUG is a digital computer code, written in ANSI FORTRAN, that calculates the neutron and prompt gamma dose environment in the vicinity of a low to medium yield atmospheric nuclear detonation. SMAUG does mass-integral scaling of ANISN discrete ordinates and SORS Monte Carlo results to obtain values of the neutron, prompt gamma, and secondary gamma spectra and doses at user-selected receiver points. In addition, SMAUG is capable of computing altitudes and ranges at which selected dose values occur, as well as calculating isodose contour values. The report describes the calculations performed by SMAUG in detail. Author
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