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RANGE TABLES 1935
|TABLE I - The Gavre retardation function G., for velocities from 0 to 6000 f.s.
TABLE II - The altitude-density function Hv, for altitudes from 0 to 10,000 feet (may also be used for greater altitudes, as explained in the introductory note to this table).
TABLE III - The surface density factor, for temperatures from 20 degrees F. to 100 degrees F. and barometric pressures from 28."50 to 31."00 mercury.
TABLE IV - The ballistic density factor, for surface density factors from 0.88 to 1.14 and maximum ordinates from 0 to 30,000 feet.
TABLE V - Multipliers for Column 12, for surface density factors from 0.88 to 1.14 and maximum ordinates from 0 to 30,000 feet.
TABLE VI - Extract from the American translation of the French A.L.V.F Tables of 1918, for the arguments, from 15 degrees to 40 degrees, V from 600 m.s. to 900 m.s. (1968.5 f.s. to 2952.7 f.s.), and Log C from 1.015 to 1.175 (C from 10.351 to 14.962).
TABLE VII - Extracts from Volume II of the U. S. Army's Exterior Ballistic Tables Based on Numerical Intergration, for the arguments, from 0 degrees to 90 degrees, V from 600 m.s. to 920 m.s. (1968.5 f.s. to 3018.3 f.s.), and Log C from 0.650 to 1.250 (C from 4.467 to 17.78).