A computer program for the design and static analysis of single-point subsurface mooring systems : NOYFB
Moller, Donald A.
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This report describes computer program NOYFB, a method of determining the static configuration of sub-surface oceanographic moorings for the purposes of system design and analysis of performance. The program is written in Fortran II for the W.H.O.I. Hewlett-Packard 2100 series shipboard computer systems. The user acts as computer operator in a decision-making capacity, specifying, evaluating and modifying the mooring composition and control and environmental parameters. Operating instructions and the program listing are included as appendices.
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