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Explosive Shocks in Air, 2nd ed. Gilbert F. Kinney and Kenneth J. Graham. Springer- Verlag, New York, 1985. 269pp. Price $39.00. This book is an introductory .

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pressure wave and gas motion, possibly secondary waves. Inside Explosion. 6/ 21/2007. Shock and Blast Waves. 8. Blast Wave from Hydrogen-Air. Detonation .

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. an overview of a very complex phenomena. To appreciate more exact details I highly recommend a book by Mr. G.F. KINNEY titled, "Explosive Shocks in Air".

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An explosion is an extremely rapid release of energy in the form of light, heat, sound, and a shock wave. A shock wave consists of highly compressed air .

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An Introduction to Detonation and Blast for the Non-Specialist
explosive effects, notably Explosives Engineering by P. Cooper[1]; Explosive Shocks in Air by G. Kinney and K. Graham[2], Explosions in Air by W. Baker[3] and .

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Abstract: The number of explosive attacks on civilian buildings has in recent years relatively . Kinney G.F, Graham K.J. (1985) Explosive shocks in air. London: .

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Any rapid release of energy in air, such as an explosion, generates a blast wave. . density, and temperature, and is called a shock front. The transmission of .

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The detonation of explosive creates a shock wave in the surrounding air, which is known as a blast wave. Figure 1 (1985) shows a typical pressure-time his- .

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Even in the book “Explosive Shocks in Air” by. Kinney and Graham(') very little can be found on damaging effects, inTable XVof Ref. 2 merely giving a range of .

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I. L. Zelmanovich and K. S. Shifrin, Tables of Light Scattering ( Hydrometeorological Press, Leningrad, 1968), Vol. 3, p. 345. G. F. Kinney, Explosive Shocks in Air .

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4-7. EXPLOSIVE BLAST. Figure 4-4 Blast pressure effects on a structure of the timing of events, the building is engulfed by the shock wave and direct air-blast .

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