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The Army said that an explosive device, ready for detonation, was found in the Rahwa area in the outskirts of Arsal, in addition to an unspecified quantity of ammunition.
The values of detonation velocity (D) and pressure (P) play a key role in evaluating the detonation performances of the explosives.
hosted bilateral research event simulated a nuclear detonation in the U.
At the early stage of the research and development of the detonation powerplant, in the work capacity test experiment, it has found that there was great discrepancy in the work capacity of the devices, which does not comply with the technical indicator of the error of the work capacity being less than 10%.
BETHLEHEM, August 30, 2015 (WAFA) Ongoing Israeli drilling works, including detonations of rocks, near the village of Wadi Fukin, to the west of Bethlehem, might put the lives of nearby Palestinians at risk, according to Ahmad Sukkar, the villages mayor.
detonation of atomic weapons as a tragic event that still arouses horror and revulsion.
Israel recently carried out a series of test detonations to measure the damage that would be caused by a so-called "dirty" radiological bomb, if it were set off by hostile forces, according to the left-wing Ha'aretz newspaper.
Widespread use of EE in underground mining assumes their production in package form with preservation of stability and high detonation parameters.
Less subdrilling is required because detonation pressure is higher.
Propagating explosion and detonation shock waves; the resulting dynamic deformation, fracture, and processing of materials; and new applications of shock waves are discussed in 44 selected papers.
In contrast to deflagration, detonation combustion involves a supersonic flow, with the chemical reaction front accelerating, driving a shock wave system in its advancement.