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- Subject: Blast design
- From: <JCEQESE(--nospam--at)aol.com>
- Date: Sat, 20 Jun 1998 15:49:39 EDT
I believe I am late responding this , but anyway I recall a while ago somebody requested information on blast design. I just finished a design for Las Vegas Federal Courthouse which for obvious reasons required a blast design, so I thought I will share a brief list of references that will give you a good start in the subject. - The Institute of Structural Engineers, " The Structural Engineer's Response to Explosive damage". - Mays, G.S and Smith, P.D, " Blast design effects on Buildings: Design of Buildings to optimize Resistance to Blast Loading". - National Research Council, " Protecting Buildings from Bomb Damage". - Eve E. Hinman & David J. Hammond, " Lessons from the Oklahoma City bombing. Defensive design techniques". - Fema 277, " The Oklahoma City Bombing: Improving Building Performance through Multi-hazard mitigation". - NAVFACP-397 (TM5-1300), " Structures to resist the effects of Accidental Explosions". - AFMAN 32-1701 ( TM5-853-1,2), " Security Engineering Concept & Design". - Corley, Gene, "Multi-hazard mitigation following the Oklahoma City bombing". I hope this help. If you want to chat about this, you can call me at (213) 742-8880 Juan Carlos Esquivel, S.E Martin & Peltyn, Inc.
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