Efficient Solution of the Long-Rod Penetration Equations of Alekseevskii-Tate

@inproceedings{Segletes2002EfficientSO,
  title={Efficient Solution of the Long-Rod Penetration Equations of Alekseevskii-Tate},
  author={Steven B. Segletes and William P. Waters},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract : The exact solution to the long-rod penetration equations is revisited, in search of improvements to the solution efficiency, while simultaneously enhancing the understanding of the physical parameters that drive the solution. Substantial improvements are offered in these areas. The presentation of the solution is simplified in a way that more tightly unifies the special and general-case solutions to the problem. Added computational efficiencies are obtained by expressing the general… 
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