Response of Robust Munitions to Secondary Fragmentation

@inproceedings{Malvar1996ResponseOR,
  title={Response of Robust Munitions to Secondary Fragmentation},
  author={L. Javier Malvar},
  year={1996}
}
Abstract : Sympathetic detonation (SD) criteria is being developed for the design of walls to prevent the propagation of accidental explosions. Magazines are being evaluated for increasing storage limits without compromising explosive safety. This can be accomplished via the installation of non-propagation walls to separate munitions and reduce the maximum credible event. Special walls, developed and certified under the High Performance Magazine program, will insure mitigation of SD. However… CONTINUE READING

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