EXPLOSIVE BLAST
Current time: 04-17-2021, 08:26 AM
Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)
Author: TAFATNEB
Last Post: gulilero
Replies 1
Views 1902

EXPLOSIVE BLAST
#1
EXPLOSIVE BLAST

Author: Air Force Engineering and Services Center. Protective Construction Design Manual, ESL-TR-87-57. Prepared for Engineering and Services Laboratory, Tyndall Air Force Base, FL. (1989). U.S. Department of the Army. Security Engineering, TM 5-853 and Air Force AFMAN 32-1071, Volumes 1, 2, 3, and 4. Washington, DC, Departments of the Army and Air Force. (1994). U.S. Department of the Army. Structures to Resist the Effects of Accidental Explosions, Army TM 5-1300, Navy NAVFAC P-397, AFR 88-2. Washington, DC, Departments of the Army, Navy, and Air Force. (1990). U.S. Department of Energy. A Manual for the Prediction of Blast and Fragment Loading on Structures, DOE/TIC 11268. Washington, DC, Headquarters, U.S. Department of Energy. (1992). U.S. General Services Administration. GSA Security Reference Manual: Part 3 Blast Design and Assessment Guidelines. (2001). Biggs, John M. Introduction to Structural Dynamics. McGraw-Hill. (1964). The Institute of Structural Engineers. The Structural Engineer’s Response to Explosive Damage. SETO, Ltd., 11 Upper Belgrave Street, London SW1X8BH. (1995). Mays, G.S. and Smith, P.D. Blast Effects on Buildings: Design of Buildings to Optimize Resistance to Blast Loading. Thomas Telford Publications, 1 Heron Quay, London E14 4JD. (1995). National Research Council. Protecting Buildings from Bomb Damage. National Academy Press. (1995). | Size: 0.75 MB | Format: PDF | Quality: Unspecified | pages: 14

[Image: 88585434475527971847.png]


[Image: info.png]


An explosion is an extremely rapid release of energy in the form of light, heat, sound, and a shock wave. A shock wave consists of highly compressed air traveling radially outward from the source
at supersonic velocities. As the shock wave expands, pressures decrease rapidly (with the cube of the distance) and, when it meets a surface that is in line-of-sight of the explosion, it is reflected and
amplified by a factor of up to thirteen.

[Image: download.png]
***************************************
Content of this section is hidden, You must be registered and activate your account to see this content. See this link to read how you can remove this limitation:

http://forum.civilea.com/thread-27464.html
***************************************



[-] The following 12 users say Thank You to TAFATNEB for this post:
  • ykhackhack, usman, oanm2000, jcbv, malc, blaze, cace-01, slowet, rendel_©, karthikeyans3d, Andrew seah, Dell_Brett
Reply
#2
Here is a direct link to FEMA 428, 2003 edition-Chapter 4 EXPLOSIVE BLAST :
***************************************
Content of this section is hidden, You must be registered and activate your account to see this content. See this link to read how you can remove this limitation:

http://forum.civilea.com/thread-27464.html
***************************************


The direct link to the whole 2003 edition of the publication which is part of the Risk Management Series and is named:
FEMA 428 - Primer for Design Safe Schools Projects in Case of Terrorist Attacks
is:
***************************************
Content of this section is hidden, You must be registered and activate your account to see this content. See this link to read how you can remove this limitation:

http://forum.civilea.com/thread-27464.html
***************************************

Yours truly, gulilero
[-] The following 8 users say Thank You to gulilero for this post:
  • fred2010, albani, jcbv, usman, TAFATNEB, Dell_Brett, melekeen, sodapas
Reply




Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)