Publications - Warhead Technology

  • L-140 IM Design Technology - Payloads

    July 2008

    MSIAC RESTRICTED

    This document is classified and is only available to Government Organisations/Agencies upon request. Contact MSIAC to request your copy.

    Dr Pierre-François Péron (Warhead Technology)
  • L-106 Ed3 Directory of IM Testing Facilities

    January 2008

    At the request of its Steering Committee and several customers, MSIAC has collected information in relation to test facilities that offer their IM testing services commercially to outside customers.

    Pierre Archambault (Propulsion Technology) Dr. Pierre-François Péron (Warhead Technology) Adam Sweeney (B.B. Stokes Fellow)
  • L-137 TEMPER V2.0 Tutorial

    October 2007

    The objective of this document is to provide TEMPER users with a tutorial reviewing the main features of TEMPER v2.0. The first section is devoted to the description of the successive steps in a TEMPER simulation.

    Dr Pierre-François Péron (Warhead Technology)
  • O-118 BIRD, FRAID and SYR IM Test Results Databases

    October 2007

    To assist the Insensitive Munitions (IM) development community, the NATO Munitions Safety Information Analysis Center (MSIAC) has created three Excel databases that  compile available munition responses to bullet impact (BI), fragment impact (FI) and sympathetic reaction (SR) stimuli.

    Dr Pierre-François Péron (Warhead Technology)
  • L-138 Implementation of New Stimulus and Model in TEMPER v2.0

    October 2007

    TEMPER is distributed in both a user version as an executable and in an open-source version to add new models or modify existing ones. This opportunity to have multiple TEMPER developers was taken into account early on in the code structure.

    Dr Pierre-François Péron (Warhead Technology)
  • O-116 TEMPER Software from v1.0 to v2.0

    October 2007

    TEMPER, an acronym for Toolbox for Engineering Models to Predict Explosive Reactions, is a "toolbox" of empirical and analytical models dedicated to ammunition safety. Experts can use it in order to aid in the prediction of the response of a munition to a mechanical or a thermal threat.

    Dr Pierre-François Péron (Warhead Technology)Emmanuel Lapébie and Gérard Baudin, CEG Gramat, FranceFrédéric Peugeot, NAMSA, Luxembourg
  • L-086 Ed2 Fragment Impact Testing: MSIAC's Review and Proposal

    September 2007

    One of the potential threats identified in NATO STANAG 4439, Policy for Introduction, Assessment and Testing for Insensitive Munitions, is Fragmenting Munition Attack, or Fragment Impact as it is more commonly known.

    Michael Fisher (Propulsion Technology) Frédéric Peugeot (Warhead Technology)& Updated by Pierre Archambault (Propulsion Technology)
  • L-131 Ed2 Implementing a Sympathetic Reaction Analytical Model in TEMPER: Setting the Stage

    August 2007

    The main objective of this document is to provide background and detailed information about sympathetic reaction phenomenology, relevant analytical models, parameters and key issues required to predict the response of a warhead subjected to the detonation of a donor.

    Frédéric Peugeot (Warhead Technology) Leslie Nyogeri (DOSG, UK) Dr Pierre-François Péron (Warhead Technology)

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