The revision will be written to retain its open distribution, thereby providing an invaluable source of information to both government and private sector engineers. When first published in , TM Department of the Air Force, represented the state-of-the-art in the analysis and design of blast resistant structures. Based primarily on explosive tests of reinforced concrete walls, the manual provided a comprehensive introduction to the blast design process including load calculation, dynamic analysis, structural design, and detailing. Revision 1, published in , updated and expanded the manual to include structural steel, masonry, and other materials.
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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. The single-degree-of-freedom SDOF analysis with elastic-plastic resistance is often used for design of protective structures subjected to blast loads.
The SDOF design charts are available for far-field detonations but seldom for near-field detonations of high explosive in free air, noting that the focus of security design is the near-field.
Further, the assumption of uniformly distributed load for the SDOF analysis may not be appropriate for the near-field detonations where blast pressure distribution varies significantly with distance and angle of incidence. In this paper, to resolve these issues, updated SDOF design charts including the response to the near-field detonations are suggested based on numerical calculations. These generated charts are verified with comparison to UFC predictions and finite element analysis results of steel components.
The recommendations and limitations for the utility of the SDOF design charts for blast assessment of steel components are provided with an emphasis on the near-field detonations. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Design of blast-resistant buildings in petrochemical facilities , 2nd Ed. Google Scholar. Baker, W. Belytschko, T. Biggs, J. Chopra, A. Cormie, D. Blast effects on buildings , 2nd Ed. London: Thomas Telford. Department of the Army, Navy and Air Force Washington, DC.
DoD Departments of Defense, Washington, DC. Dusenberry, D. Handbook for blast-resistant design of buildings , Wiley, Hoboken, NJ. Jones, J. Hyde, D. LSTC Norris, C. Shin, J. Air blast effects on civil structures , Technical Rep. Smith, P. Blast and ballistic loading of structures , Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford; Boston. Download references. Correspondence to Kyungkoo Lee. Reprints and Permissions.
Blast performance evaluation of structural components under very near explosion. Download citation. Received : 23 November Accepted : 05 April Published : 14 June Issue Date : February Search SpringerLink Search. Abstract The single-degree-of-freedom SDOF analysis with elastic-plastic resistance is often used for design of protective structures subjected to blast loads. Author information Affiliations Dept. You can also search for this author in PubMed Google Scholar.
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