NIMIC organised on August 23 back-to-back with the DDESB seminar a specialists' meeting entitled "THE THREAT HAZARD ANALYSIS METHODS IN THE CIVILIAN SECTOR TO AID THREAT HAZARD ASSESSMENT FOR MUNITIONS" in order to define the best approach to streamline the methods used for assessing the threats
A four-day, invitational workshop sponsored by the NATO Insensitive Munitions Information Center (NIMIC) was held between 12-15 March 1996 at China Lake, CA with the NAWC Insensitive Munitions community acting as hosts for the event.
This document contains the proceedings of the NIMIC Workshop entitled "Shaped Charge Jet Impingement on Energetic Materials and Munitions". The Workshop, held 6-10 May 1996 at the RMCS Shrivenham, England, UK, covered the following topics:
This document is a preparatory review for the NIMIC specialists' meeting on " The hazard analysis methods in the civilian sector to aid threat hazard assessments for munitions" to be held on 23 August 1996 in Las Vegas, NV, back-to-back with the 27th DDESB seminar. It comprises:
This document compiles abstracts of works carried out in the recent period of 1992-1995 in the field of XDT mechanisms, in particular, modeling, testing and in some cases, mitigation solutions. They have been retrieved from the NIMIC database that consists in 20,000 documents, as of early 1996.