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The increase in the number of terrorist attacks especially in the last few years has shown that the effect of blast loads on buildings is a serious matter that should be taken into consideration in the design process. Although these kinds of attacks are exceptional cases, man-made disasters; blast loads are in fact dynamic loads. 8 Jesuit priests living just 8 blocks from ground zero miraculously survived the atomic blast at Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. Everyone else within a radius of roughly.

In, a blast wave is the increased pressure and flow resulting from the deposition of a large amount of energy in a small, very localised volume. The flow field can be approximated as a lead, followed by a 'self-similar' subsonic. In simpler terms, a blast wave is an area of pressure expanding supersonically outward from an explosive core. It has a leading shock front of compressed gases. The blast wave is followed by a blast wind of, which sucks items back in towards the center. The blast wave is harmful especially when one is very close to the center or at a location of constructive interference. High explosives, which, generate blast waves.

Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • Sources [ ] High-order explosives (HE) are more powerful than low-order explosives (LE). HE to produce a defining supersonic over-pressurization shock wave. Several sources of HE include,,,, and ammonium nitrate fuel oil (). LE to create a subsonic explosion and lack HE’s over-pressurization wave. Sources of LE include pipe bombs, gunpowder, and most pure petroleum-based incendiary bombs such as Molotov cocktails or aircraft improvised as guided missiles. HE and LE induce different injury patterns. Only HE produce true blast waves.

History [ ] The classic flow solution—the so-called 'similarity solution'—was independently devised by and British mathematician during. After the war, the similarity solution was published by three other authors—, R. Autodesk 3Ds Max 8 Xforce Keygen there. Latter, and J. Lockwood-Taylor —who had discovered it independently. Since the early theoretical work more than 50 years ago, both theoretical and experimental studies of blast waves have been ongoing. Characteristics and properties [ ]. A blast wave reflecting from a surface and forming a mach stem.

Mach stem formation occurs when a blast wave reflects off the ground and the reflection catches up with the original shock front, therefore creating a high pressure zone that extends from the ground up to a certain point called the triple point at the edge of the blast wave. Anything in this area experiences peak pressures that can be several times higher than the peak pressure of the original shock front. Constructive and destructive interference [ ]. • Neumann, John von, 'The point source solution,' John von Neumann.

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