CORRTEXContinuous Reflectometry for Radius Versus Time Experiments
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The United States has traditionally preferred a hydrodynamic system called CORRTEX for measuring the yield of an explosion, while the Soviets have favored seismic monitoring (SN: 10/26/85, p.268).
CORRTEX, which stands for Continuous Reflectometry for Radius versus Time Experiment, relies on a cable that can be placed in the same hole that contains the explosives or in a nearby hole.
There was reportedly another type of a test called the CORRTEX, but no details of its outcome are available.