High Explosive Simulation of Earthquake-Like Ground Motions

Water for Life: Have Improvements in Water and Wastewater Infrastructure along the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo Affected the Lives of Mexico and Texas Border Residents?
Prior to 1990 the poor communities along the Mexico/US border did have not have comparable waterand wastewater infrastructure investments that exist in other US cities. The explosion of...

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...

Investigation of Explosive Damage and Repair Costs

Precision Experiments for Evaluating Finite Element Models

Designing for a World of Multiple Hazards

The Retrofit of Conventional Construction to Withstand Internal Explosions

Adsorption and Biodegradation of High Explosives on Granular Activated Carbon

Case Studies of Uncertainty Analysis and Explosives Cleanup

Factors Affecting the Biotransformation of Trinitrotoluene (TNT)

Sequential Experiments for Test Minimization

Bomb Blast Damage to a Concrete-Framed Office Building: Ceylinco House, Columbo, Sri Lanka

Defusing the Millennium Bomb
On January 1, 2000, some date-sensitive computer systems may interpret the year as 1900, wiping out or altering data or crashing altogether. Richard L. Bland was put in charge of assessing...

Numerical Simulation of Tidal Flow in JN Port, Bombay, India

Investigation of Predictive Methodologies for Explosive Compaction

Field Applications of Explosive Compaction in Silty Soils and Numerical Analysis

Using Forensic Engineering Techniques to Obtain Data from the Oklahoma City Bombing

Blast Loading and Response of Murrah Building

Lessons Learned and Recommendations for Better Designs—A Panel Discussion

Computer Misuse—Are We Dealing with a Time Bomb? Who is to Blame and What are We Doing about It?—A Panel Discussion





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