This survey compiles about 200 documents issued between 1974 and 1995, in preparation of the NIMIC workshop on Shaped Charge Jet Impingement on Energetic Materials and Munitons, to be held in May 1996.
Patrick Touzé (Detonics and Terminal Ballistics) Robert Woodcock
THAMES (Threat Hazard Assessment MEthodology Software) is a programme designed to evaluate the range of threats and hazards which include natural, induced, safety and those concerned with Insensitive Munition requirements that any munition (Naval, Army or Air) is likely to be exposed to during al
THAMES (Threat Hazard Assessment MEthodology Software) is a software programme designed to support the process for evaluating potential threatshazards to military munitions based on the report by Jason Fitzgerald-Smith, "A Methodology for Evaluating Potential Threat Hazards To M
Claire Lalancette (System Analyst) Jason deW FitzGerald-Smith (Warhead Design) Mike Daehnick (Technical Writer)
In the documents concerned with safety/hazard assessment testing of munitions such as MIL-STD-2105B for US, OB Pillar Proc 42657 for UK, I No 0260 DGA/IPE for FR and Draft STANAG 4439, it specifies that a hazard analysis should be completed.
The NATO Insensitive Munitions Information Center (NIMIC) held a three-day workshop on Cookoff at NATO HQ in Brussels, Belgium on 23-25 June 1993. Fifty specialists, including the NIMIC staff and delegates from the NIMIC participating nations (CA, FR, NL, UK and US), attended the meeting.
Jason deW FitzGerald-Smith (Warhead Design) Patrick Kernen (Explosive Effects) Benjamin B. Stokes III (Propulsion Design)
Cet atelier est le premier d'une série qu'organise le Centre OTAN d'information sur les munitions risque atténué (NIMIC) en vue de promouvoir les échanges d'informations entre ses pays membres sur divers sujets techniques relatifs aux spécifications, aux essais et àl'év