Mitigation Techniques for Munitions (MTM) is a web based application including a database of mitigation techniques and a powerful search engine. It is currently in development within MSIAC with the aim of being deployed on MSIAC server by the end of 2015.
Munition Health Management (MHM) is an approach to enhance the way we manage munitions in NATO. This applies to both legacy and future munition systems ranging from flares to missile systems across tri-service domains.
This document describes the results of an international review of the STANAG 4496 related to the fragment impact test. The purpose of this test is to assess the reaction of a munition impacted by a fragment.
MSIAC hosted a Shaped Charge Jet (SCJ) workshop 12 -15 May 2014 at the ENSTA Bretagne campus in Brest, France. This 3 ½ day workshop involved 61 participants from 8 Nations to focus on the threat posed by SCJs on our munitions.
Manfred Becker (Warhead Technology)Dr Matthew Andrews (Energetic Materials)Emmanuel Schultz (Propulsion Technology)Dr Michael Sharp (Project Manager)
Large quantities of data, associated with energetic materials, are published in the open literature from conference proceedings (ICT, Gordon Research, KISHEM, IMEMTS), workshops (Nitrocellulose, New High Explosives) and journal articles (PEP, J. Energetic Materials).
Dr Matthew Andrews (Energetic Materials)Emmanuel Schultz (Propulsion Technology)
MSIAC has organized a workshop to facilitate discussions on how to reduce the sensitivity of munitions (packed and unpacked) to fragment (F), shaped charge (SC) and explosively formed projectile (EFP) aggressions.