Blast Mitigation Research and Technology Transfer
Terrorists continue to use bombs as a weapon of choice. Recent bombings targeted against the United States, such as the World Trade Center, Murrah Federal Building, Khobar Towers, and...

Experimental Approach
One of the best kept secrets during World War II, the K-25 facility in the Cumberland Mountains of East Tennessee prepared uranium for use in nuclear weapons. By 1987, the 13 million sq...

Net Results
On any sort of cleanup, digging is expensive and intrusive, but when the cleanup involves unexploded artillery shells and other munitions, digging can also be dangerous. Understandably,...

Advanced Composite Materials (ACM) and Structural Hardening

The Condition Assessment Survey: A Case Study for Application to Public Sector Organizations

The Right Tooele for the Job
Parker describes how the nation's largest chemical munitions destruction facility was designed and how it will operate. The U.S. Signed on to the Chemical Weapons Convention...

Weapons Effects
This chapter comments on the effects of an explosive weapon on a structure....

A Paradox at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Colorado: Benefits of Applied Research
The Rocky Mountain Arsenal (RMA), which is located north of Denver, Colorado, was a manufacturing site for chemical weapons during World War II and pesticides for several decades after...

Demonstration of the Smart Crane Ammunition Transfer System

Safety Analysis Requirements for Robotic Systems in DOE Nuclear Facilities

Naval Weapons Station Trestle Replacement Features Unique Elements, Colts Neck, NJ

New Approaches to Cost Risk Analysis

Disposition of Excess Plutonium - Overview

Disposition of Two Plutonium Waste Forms in a Geologic Repository Regulatory/Statutory Issues and Impacts

Characteristics of Spent Mox Fuel Resulting From Disposition of SFM and Potential Impacts on the CRWMS

Comparative Repository Performance of Plutonium Forms - Initial Studies

Packaging and Transportaton Issues Associated with Meeting the Spent Fuel Standard

On the Benefits of an Integrated Nuclear Complex for Nevada

Nuclear Arms Reduction, Nuclear Proliferation and High-Level Radioactive Waste Management

Monitored Retrievable Storage: A Test of Cultural Values and A Symbol of Tribal Sovereignty

 

 

 

 

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