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Measured pressure vs. time plots corresponded qualitatively with computed results. Good quantitative comparisons still eluded investigators. The original method-of-characteristic code also failed to predict gun performance with detailed accuracy, but general reliability was far better than that achieved by any previous code. Later, method-of-characteristic codes developed using the original NOL code as a model have employed realistic sound speed computations. Initially this improvement also rendered these codes notably less reliable than the NOL code for making gun performance predictions, but problems were worked out quickly for codes such as those developed at AEDC and for GMDRL .
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