THIS PROGRAM ASSUMES WIRES OF EQUAL LENGTH AND DIAMETER EXTENDING RADIALLY FROM A POINT.
A "CROWS FOOT" ARRANGEMENT IS AN EXAMPLE.
THE POINT IS AT A SPECIFIED DEPTH BELOW THE EARTH SURFACE AND THE WIRES EXTEND HORIZONTALLY.
THE ANGLE BETWEEN ANY TWO ADJACENT WIRES IS ASSUMED TO BE THE SAME.
THE NUMBER OF WIRES MAY BE AS HIGH AS 500.
This program was originally written in Fortran in 1989 by David R. Brown and the American Public Power Association.
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