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ADAS Subroutine gpcall


       SUBROUTINE GPCALL(MAXT,TEA,ALFDAT,ALFO,ALFGF,Z1,N0,V0,NI,LI,WI,  
     &NJ,LJ,WJ,EIJ,F,EDISPG,SCALEG,PHFRAC,CORFAC,NCUT,ITYPE,IOPT,
     &IFSEL,IZ0)
       IMPLICIT REAL*8(A-H,O-Z)                                         
C-----------------------------------------------------------------------
C  PURPOSE: PROVIDE BURGESS GENERAL FORMULA RESULTS AT A SERIES OF 
C  TEMPERATURES, AND ALSO TO PRODUCE BURGESS GENERAL PROGRAM RESULTS
C  AT  ZERO DENSITY AT THE SAME TEMPERATURES.
C
C  THE LATTER ARE ADJUSTED TO EQUAL INPUT DATA AS FAR AS POSSIBLE BY
C  MODIFICATION OF BETHE CORRECTIONS VIA A SINGLE SCALING PARAMETER
C  CORFAC. THE ROUTINE FMIN   IS USED TO OPTIMISE CORFAC.
C  
C  ********** H.P. SUMMERS, JET             11 JUNE 1987  ************* 
C  ********** H.P. SUMMERS, JET     MOD.(1) 24 AUG  1989  ************* 
C  ********** W.J. DICKSON, JET     MOD.(2) 14 DEC  1989  *************
C  ********** W.J. DICKSON, JET     MOD.(3)  7 AUG  1990  *************
C  INPUT                                                                
C      MAXT=NUMBER OF TEMPERATURES                                      
C      TEA(I)=ELECTRON TEMPERATURES (K)                                 
C      Z1=RECOMBINING ION CHARGE                                        
C      N0=LOWEST ACCESSIBLE N-SHELL BY RECOMBINATION                    
C      V0=EFFECTIVE PRINCIPAL QUANTUM NUMBER OF LOWEST ACCESSIBLE SHELL 
C      NI=LOWER PRINCIPAL QUANTUM NUMBER OF PARENT TRANSITION           
C      LI=LOWER ANGULAR QUANTUM NUMBER OF PARENT TRNASITION.            
C      WI=LOWER PARENT STATE STATISTICAL WEIGHT.                        
C      NJ=UPPER PRINCIPAL QUANTUM NUMBER OF PARENT TRANSITION           
C      LJ=UPPER ANGULAR QUANTUM NUMBER OF PARENT TRNASITION.            
C      WJ=UPPER PARENT STATE STATISTICAL WEIGHT.                        
C      EIJ=PARENT TRANSITION ENERGY (RYD)                               
C      FIJ=ABSORPTION OSCILLATOR STRENGTH OF PARENT TRANSITION          
C      EDISPG=UNIFORM ENERGY DISPLACEMENT FOR GENERAL FORMULA           
C      SCALEG=UNIFORM SCALING OF GENERAL FORMULA                        
C      PHFRAC=INITIAL ESTIMATE OF PHASE SPACE FACTOR                    
C      CORFAC=INITIAL ESTIMATE OF BETHE CORRECTION SCALER               
C      NCUT  =HIGH N CUT-OFF (APPLICABLE TO METASTABLE INITIAL STATES)  
C  OUTPUT                                                               
C      ALFO(I)=GENERAL PROGRAM DIELECTRONIC COEFFICIENTS (CM+3 SEC-1)   
C      ALFGF(I)=GENERAL FORMULA DIELECTRONIC COEFFICIENTS               
C      PHFRAC=REVISED PHASE SPACE FACTOR                                
C      CORFAC=REVISED BETHE CORRECTION SCALER                           
C
C  UPDATE:  07/03/96  HP SUMMERS - INCREASED NRAT FROM 15 TO 100

C UNIX-IDL PORT:
C	   WILLIAM OSBORN, TESSELLA SUPPORT SERVICES PLC.
C
C DATE:    19TH APRIL 1996
C
C VERSION: 1.1				DATE: 19-04-96
C MODIFIED: WILLIAM OSBORN
C	    -NO CHANGES
C
C VERSION: 1.2				DATE: 25-04-96
C MODIFIED: WILLIAM OSBORN
C	    -REPLACED CALLS TO E04ABF WITH FUNCTION FMIN FROM WWW.NETLIB
C
C VERSION: 1.3				DATE: 09-08-96
C MODIFIED: WILLIAM OSBORN
C	    -REMOVED COMMA FROM WRITE STATEMENT (WRITING OF XV0)
C
C VERSION: 1.4				DATE: 16-05-07
C MODIFIED: Allan Whiteford
C	    - Old IBM statement labels in columns 73-80 removed. 
C	    - Updated comments as part of subroutine documentation
C             procedure.
C
C-----------------------------------------------------------------------
      INTEGER             IFSEL,       IOPT,        ITYPE,       IZ0
      INTEGER             LI,          LJ,          MAXT,        N0
      INTEGER             NCUT,        NI,          NJ
      REAL*8              ALFDAT(NRAT),             ALFGF(NRAT)
      REAL*8              ALFO(NRAT),  CORFAC,      EDISPG,      EIJ
      REAL*8              F,           PHFRAC,      SCALEG
      REAL*8              TEA(NRAT),   V0,          WI,          WJ
      REAL*8              Z1
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