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ADAS Subroutine oured9

       FUNCTION OURED9( KTYPE, EIJ  , EJ   , OMUP , B    , C    )
C-----------------------------------------------------------------------
C
C  ******************** FORTRAN 77 FUNCTION: OURED9 ********************
C
C  PURPOSE:  TO CALCULATE THE REDUCED COLLISION STRENGTH AS A FUNCTION
C            OF Ej/Eij FOR EIGHT TYPES OF TRANSITION
C
C  CALLING PROGRAM: VARIOUS ADAS108 ROUTINES
C
C  FUNCTION:
C
C  INPUT:    (R*8)    EIJ    =   TRANSITION ENERGY (RYD)
C            (R*8)    EJ     =   COLLIDING ELECTRON ENERGY AFTER 
C                                EXCITATION (RYD)
C            (R*8)    C      =   BURGESS SCALING PARAMETER -C 
C            (R*8)    C      =   BURGESS SCALING PARAMETER -C 
C            (R*8)    ETR    =   Ej/Eij
C            (R*8)    OMUP   =   COLLISION STRENGTH AS A FUNCTION 
C                                OF ETR
C            (I*4)    KTYPE  =   TRANSITION TYPE
C                                1 ELECTRIC DIPOLE	- EXP THRESHOLD
C                                2 NON ELECTRIC DIPOLE	- EXP THRESHOLD
C                                3 SPIN CHANGE		- EXP THRESHOLD
C                                4 OTHER		- EXP THRESHOLD
C                                5 ELECTRIC DIPOLE	- POWER THRESHOLD
C                                6 NON ELECTRIC DIPOLE	- POWER THRESHOLD
C                                7 SPIN CHANGE		- POWER THRESHOLD
C                                8 OTHER		- POWER THRESHOLD
C
C  OUTPUT:   (R*8)    OURED9 =   REDUCED COLLISION STRENGTH
C
C            (I*4)    IASYMC =   ASYMPTOTIC CLASSIFICATION TYPE
C            (I*4)    ITHRSC =   THRESHOLD CLASSIFICATION TYPE
C            (R*8)    E0     =   SWITCHING ENERGY
C
C 
C  ROUTINES: NONE
C
C  DATE:     17/06/99				VERSION 1.1
C  AUTHOR:   HUGH SUMMERS, UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE
C
C-----------------------------------------------------------------------
      INTEGER             KTYPE
      REAL*8              B,           C,           EIJ,         EJ
      REAL*8              OMUP
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