RIP, A One-Dimensional Material Response Code. Volume I. User's Guide.
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The Radiation Interaction Program RIP was developed and documented as part of the DNA-sponsored PREDIX Program. RIP is a one-dimensional, slab geometry, material response code. This code is used to calculate the response of homogeneous materials exposed to x-ray radiation, electron beams, plate impact or an arbitrary time-dependent pressure boundary condition. The report contains a description of the input required to define a calculation, a description of the output produced by RIP, and example calculations. In particular, examples of x-ray, electron beam and plate impact calculations are included. Also included are examples of restarting calculations and alterations to the mesh on restarts. Modified author abstract
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