No. As mgb was saying, you get higher temperatures in the nuke case because the volume of the energy source is so much smaller initially. The temperature for both nuke and TNT ratios with yield.So, temperature is independent of yield of energy?
Seems a pretty easy thing to find with Google. No luck?I'd also like to know if you could point me somewhere I can find estimates of yield versus crater size (possibly a calculator or program) for ground contact explosions.
I just googled your words -- yield versus crater size, and got lots of hits. The first one is this thread here at the PF (gotta love those Google spiders), but the rest look promising. What about the 2nd hit on the list -- does it help?No luck, actually. There's plenty to do with fireball/blast radius. I seem to remember one which was a program which showed the height of a building in the crater, but I think that might have been an asteroid impact one.