The Purpose of the meeting was to invite key specialists, concerned with vulnerability of weapon platforms to thermal threats, to fore-gather at NIMIC and take advantage of a briefing by Mr Leo Budd from NAWC China Lake.
Starting from the definition of IM, from IM requirement goals, and from past and present, National and International documents describing reaction Types and "violence of reaction" scales, this paper defines the objective of Working Group 4 of the 1997 NIMIC Workshop on IM Testing.
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 paper results from the analysis of the documents mentioned in the literature survey entitled "Shaped Charge Jet Impingement on Energetic Materials and Munitions Workshop Literature Survey", referenced as NIMIC-PT- 142-96 and dated 25 March 1996.
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.
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