AUTOMATED DIGITAL COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR DETERMINING RESPONSES OF ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS TO TRANSIENT NUCLEAR RADIATION (SCEPTRE). VOLUME I. SCEPTRE USERS' MANUAL.
Technical rept. Jun 65-Sep 66,
IBM FEDERAL SYSTEMS DIV OWEGO NY ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS CENTER
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SCEPTRE is a FORTRAN IV computer program written for the IBM 709094 Data Processing System to provide circuit analysts with a tool for automatically computing the transient responses of large electrical networks. The versatility and features of this program facilitate the addition of the component radiation effects required to determine circuit responses in radiation environments. SCEPTRE is capable of performing both d-c steady state and transient analyses independently or in an automated initial conditions transient analysis mode. Volume I is written to provide a Users Manual for SCEPTRE. Volume II contains the formulation and theory used as a basis for SCEPTRE. Author
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