The initial phase of this project involved manipulation of a lengthy FORTRAN computer code named "Kirwan." The code originated from England many years ago and was transferred to UMR by Dr. Drallmeier. Dr. Drallmeier had the code on a series of 5.25 inch floppy diskettes and the objective of the project was to load the code on to the Apollo computer system and be able to use it....The second phase of the project was begun in early November 1990 and is currently ongoing. The objective of this project is to predict "Rosin-Rammler" (RR) distribution equations for a fuel spray, given scattered intensity data.
Goodin, Clemin R. Jr., "Computer Modeling of a Liquid Fuel Spray" (1991). Opportunities for Undergraduate Research Experience Program (OURE). 132.