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Advancement of Mine Ventilation Network Analysis from Art to Science, 6 Volume Set. Volume 3 - User's Manual for PSU/MVS.
Didyk-M; Ramani-RV; Stefanko-R; Luxbacher-GW
NTIS: PB/290-194 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries :86 pages
In this report the application of Pennsylvania State University Mine ventilation simulator (PSU/MVS) program is demonstrated through the use of a simple but realistic mine ventilation program. The report details the problem description, the input data required, and the various output features of the simulator. The PSU/MVS program is written in Fortran IV for use with the IBM 370/168 computers. A version of the program that can be used in cdc computers is also available. A ventilation network consisting of 531 branches, 300 nodes, and 5 fans took 48 seconds for solution on the University's IBM 370/168 computer.
CP; Final Contract Report;
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NTIS: PB/290-194 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
Pennsylvania State Univ.
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