Otto-Lardillon method

Otto-Lardillon method

[′äd·ō ‚lär·dē′yȯn ‚meth·əd]
(mechanics)
A method of computing trajectories of missiles with low velocities (so that drag is proportional to the velocity squared) and quadrant angles of departure that may be high, in which exact solutions of the equations of motion are arrived at by numerical integration and are then tabulated.