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 Decade: 1960-1969
 Year: 1961
 Collection: Technical Report Archive and Image Library
A Model Designed to Predict the Motion of Objects Translated by Classical Blast Waves

A Model Designed to Predict the Motion of Objects Translated by Classical Blast Waves

Date: January 1961
Creator: Bowen, I. Gerald; Albright, Ray W.; Fletcher, E. Royce & White, Clayton S.
Description: None
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Development of High-Temperature Strain Gages

Development of High-Temperature Strain Gages

Date: March 17, 1961
Creator: Pitts, J. W. & Moore, D. G.
Description: None
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Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Functions and Isotope Exchange Functions for the Diatomic Hydrides, Deuterides, and Tritides

Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Functions and Isotope Exchange Functions for the Diatomic Hydrides, Deuterides, and Tritides

Date: May 29, 1961
Creator: Haar, Lester; Friedman, Abraham S. & Beckett, Charles W.
Description: None
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Aeroradioactivity Survey and Areal Geology of the Hanford Plant Area, Washington and Oregon (ARMS-I)

Aeroradioactivity Survey and Areal Geology of the Hanford Plant Area, Washington and Oregon (ARMS-I)

Date: March 1961
Creator: Schmidt, Robert George
Description: Report regarding an airborne gamma-radioactivity survey that took place over a 9,000 square mile area in south-central Washington and north-central Oregon. Topics include the types of bedrock noted in the area as well as their levels of radioactivity.
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Aerial Radiological Monitoring System: Part 3. Electronic Processing of ARMS-II Data

Aerial Radiological Monitoring System: Part 3. Electronic Processing of ARMS-II Data

Date: October 1961
Creator: Hand, J. E. & Borella, H. M.
Description: Report detailing the instrumentation and system performance of the Aerial Radiological Monitoring Survey (ARMS-II), a system used "to perform aerial surveys of ground radioactivity. It supplies both geographical position and radioactivity data in digital form, suitable for use with automatic plotting procedures" (p. 5)
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Aeroradioactivity Survey and Areal Geology of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Area, Tennessee and Kentucky (ARMS-I)

Aeroradioactivity Survey and Areal Geology of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Area, Tennessee and Kentucky (ARMS-I)

Date: March 1961
Creator: Bates, Robert G.
Description: Report regarding an airborne radioactivity survey that took place over a 10,000 square mile area around the Oak Ridge National Laboratory near Knoxville, Tennesse. Topics include the types of bedrock noted in the area as well as their levels of radioactivity.
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Aerial Radiological Monitoring System: Part 2. Performance, Calibration, and Operational Check-Out of the EG&G ARMS-II Revised System

Aerial Radiological Monitoring System: Part 2. Performance, Calibration, and Operational Check-Out of the EG&G ARMS-II Revised System

Date: October 1961
Creator: Hand, J. E.; Guillou, R. B. & Borella, H. M.
Description: Report describing "the design, installation, and performance of the Edgerton, Germeshausen & Grier, Inc., Aerial Radiological Monitoring System used in Phase II of the Aerial Radiological Monitoring Survey (ARMS-II)" (p. 5). Contains descriptions and photographs of its components and descriptions of test runs.
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International Practical Temperature Scale of 1948: Text Revision of 1960

International Practical Temperature Scale of 1948: Text Revision of 1960

Date: September 8, 1961
Creator: Stimson, H. F.
Description: Report is a text revision of the International Temperature Scale of 1948; the numerical values of temperatures remain the same. The adjective "Practical" was added to the name by the International Committee on Weights and Measures. The scale continues to be based upon six fixed and reproducible equilibrium temperatures to which values have been assigned, and upon the same interpolation formulas relating temperatures to the indications of specified measuring instruments. Some changes have been made in the text to make the scale more reproducible than its predecessor. The triple point of water, with the value 0.01 ºC replaces the former ice point as a defining fixed point of the scale. It is also recommended that the zinc point, with the value 419.505 ºC, be used instead of the sulfur point. The recommendations include new information that has become available since 1948.
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Causes of Variation in Chemical Analyses and Physical Tests of Portland Cement

Causes of Variation in Chemical Analyses and Physical Tests of Portland Cement

Date: April 27, 1961
Creator: Bean, B. Leonard & Dise, John R.
Description: Report discussing variations in comparative tests of portland cements that could lead to the rejection of a material fully conforming to specification requirements, or the acceptance of a material with undesirable chemical or physical properties. Many of the causes for variation in chemical analyses and physical test results are listed in this discussion, and remedies for some of the more frequently encountered deficiencies in apparatus and methods are suggested.
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Atomic Energy Levels in Crystals

Atomic Energy Levels in Crystals

Date: February 24, 1961
Creator: Prather, John L.
Description: Report discussing discrete energy levels observed within certain crystals which are due to perturbations of energy levels of the free ion by an electrostatic field arising from the crystal lattice. The analytic procedures for determining the field from the charge configuration are given, and the resulting fields are classified according to their symmetry. After a general survey of group-theoretical ideas, the applicable groups are analyzed in detail, and characters appropriate for both integral and half-integral angular momenta of the free ion are tabulated. Text includes tabulations, equations, and matrices using Wigner and Racah coefficients.
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