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THEORETICAL STUDY OF ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE PULSE PROPAGATION.
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR RADIATION LAB
The purpose of the investigation was to formulate a theoretical explanation of the nature and propagation characteristics of atmospheric pressure pulses generated by nuclear explosions. The most significant development was the determination of the pressure wave form at a great distance from an explosive source. Numerical and analytic approaches to this problem were considered. Author
Final rept., 1 Mar 62-29 Feb 64,
AF19 628 304