Publications - Munitions Safety, Transport & Storage

  • L-237 IEMRM Focus Area 2E: Probability of Event

    March 2019

    This document summarizes output from the Probability of Event Focus Area breakout session of the MSIAC Improved Explosives and Munitions Risk Management workshop held in Granada, 10th to 14th September 2018.

    Martijn van der Voort (MSIAC)Hans Øiom (NDEA)Ernest Baker (MSIAC)
  • L-235 IEMRM Focus Area 2C: External Blast

    March 2019

    This document summarizes output from the External Blast Focus Area breakout session 2C of the MSIAC Improved Explosives and Munitions Risk Management workshop held in Granada, 10th to 14th September 2018.

    Christelle Collet (MSIAC)Martijn van der Voort (MSIAC)Emmanuel Lapébie (CEA)
  • L-231 IEMRM Focus Area 1A: Improved Criteria for HD Assignment

    March 2019

    This document summarises output from the Improved Criteria for HD Assignment Focus Area breakout session of the MSIAC Improved Explosives and Munitions Risk Management workshop held in Granada, 10th to 14th September 2018.

    Dr Michael SharpDr Brian Fuchs
  • L-233 IEMRM Focus Area 2A: Internal Blast and Debris

    March 2019

    This document summarizes output from the Internal Blast and Debris Focus Area breakout session of the MSIAC Improved Explosives and Munitions Risk Management workshop held in Granada, 10th to 14th September 2018.

    Martijn van der VoortRobert Conway
  • L-227 Probabilistic Aspects Of Munition Initiation Due To Fragment Impact

    October 2018

    A probabilistic analytic model of initiation for the Insensitive Munitions (IM) Fragment Impact test was developed. The deterministic Jacobs-Roslund detonation initiation model was augmented to include impact point offset and projectile tilt against a curved munition case. This augmenta

    Christiaan Leibbrandt
  • L225 – IEMRM Detailed Programme and abstracts incl Annex E

    September 2018

    MSIAC is organizing a workshop titled “Improved Explosives and Munitions Risk Management” (IEMRM). This workshop seeks to exploit an improved understanding of munitions vulnerability and consequences to deliver improvements in explosives and munitions risk management.

    MSIAC
  • L-228 History of Natural Fragmentation Models

    September 2018

    When dealing with the performance of munitions and warheads, the most important parameters to characterize are the mass distribution of fragments and their velocity.
    Christelle ColletDr Ernest BakerMartijn van der Voort

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