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Design Considerations for Toxic Chemical and Explosives by Ralph A., Jr. Scott, Laurence J. Doemeny

By Ralph A., Jr. Scott, Laurence J. Doemeny

content material: Blast strain results : an outline / W.E. Baker --
Fragmentation results : an outline / Michael M. Swisdak, Jr. and Joseph G. Powell, Jr. --
Architectural general information for military ammunition vegetation / Richard W. Sime --
Explosives garage buildings / Richard L. Wight --
bolstered concrete in blast-hardened constructions / James E. Tancreto --
Blast-resistant glazing / Gerald E. Meyers --
period in-between layout standards for polycarbonate blast-resistant glazing / Gerald E. Meyers and James E. Tancreto --
Thermal results : an outline / W.R. Herrera and L.M. Vargas --
distant blending and dealing with techniques for pyrotechnic fabrics / Thomas E. Shook, Loy M. Aikman, Max Frauenthal, David Garcia, Joe G. Janski, and F.L. McIntyre --
Engineering layout for white phosphorus filling operations and amenities / Harold D. McKinney --
layout and use of high-speed detection structures for explosives operations / Kenneth M. Klapmeier and Bernhard G. Stinger --
Ultra-high-speed fireplace suppression for explosives amenities / Gary A. Fadorsen --
Systematic technique for effectively designing a chemical surety materiel laboratory / George E. Collins, Jr. --
Laboratory layout / Frances H. Cohen --
layout issues for poisonous laboratories / William J. Maurits --
layout of blast-containment rooms for poisonous chemical ammunition disposal / Paul M. LaHoud --
Intrinsically secure electric circuits in explosives amenities / Kenneth W. right --
Electrostatic experiences in military ammunition crops / William O. Seals, James Hokenson, and George Petino --
Ionizing air for static cost neutralization whereas processing delicate fabrics / B.V. Diercks --
layout and use of ammunition bizarre gear to guard staff / Mark M. Zaugg --
cleansing strategy strains within the explosives / Roy W. Wheeler.

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385-3, Office of the Project Manager for Munitions Production Base Modernization and Expansion, Dover, NJ, April 1978. 41. Ewing, T. , Cabbage, W. , Hoover, J. , and Kristoff, F. , "Hazard Evaluation and Risk Analysis of the NC Thermal Dehy Facility - Bldg. 3507," Report No. HA-79-R-2, Hercules Aerospace Division VA, Feb. 1979. 42. Merz, Η. , "Methods of Quantitative Risk Assessment: The Case of the Propellant Supply System," Minutes of the Twenty­ -First Explosives Safety Seminar, Houston, TX, Aug.

ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1987. 54 TOXIC CHEMICAL A N D EXPLOSIVES FACILITIES as i n F i g . 39, as combinations of incident b l a s t wave overpressures and p o s i t i v e phase durations. The Lovelace work was l a t e r converted i n Ref. 46 to scaled curves f o r combinations of peak incident overpressure and p o s i t i v e phase s p e c i f i c impulse. These curves are reproduced here as F i g . 40. Hirsch's work (Ref. 44) can also be given as pressure-impulse combinations f o r ear i n j u r y , and t h i s also was done i n Ref.

By the conclusion of the program, a number of designs had been b u i l t and tested, and proved quite e f f e c t i v e . Methods f o r p r e d i c t i o n of b l a s t attenuation and fragment arresting c a p a b i l i t y of the designs were developed and v e r i f i e d . There are numerous extensive suppressive shield together with design and analysis methods i n a single design manual, Ref. 38. Seven s h i e l d designs have obtained safety approval from the Department of Defense Explosives Safety Board, and t h e i r s p e c i f i c a ­ tions and construction drawings appear i n an appendix to Ref.

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