DEFINITION
Scaling Law

A mathematical relationship which permits the effects of a nuclear (or atomic)
explosion of given energy yield to be determined as a function of distance from the
explosion (or from ground zero), provided the corresponding effect is known as a
function of distance for a reference explosion (e.g., of 1-kiloton energy yield).

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