A Method of Computing the Distribution Function of Radioactive Doses from Multiple Nuclear Detonations

by E. S. Batten

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A computational method, applicable to a small geographical area, that will account for the overlapping of fallout patterns encountered in a variety of wind conditions. This method is applied to a typical target system. The Memorandum also discusses the limitations imposed by uncertainties in the initial assumptions.

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