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A Study on the Calculation of the Design Loads for Blast Doors of Underground Ammunition Facilities Using M&S
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A Study on the Calculation of the Design Loads for Blast Doors of Underground Ammunition Facilities Using M&S
Park, Young Jun; Baek, Jonghyuk; Son, Kiyoung;
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 Abstract
An underground ammunition facility requires less quantity distances than the aboveground counterpart. However, chamber blast doors which resist the high blast-pressures are necessary for prevention of the consecutive explosions when an accident explosion occurs at any chamber. This paper aims to propose an procedure for calculation of the design loads for the chamber blast doors. Modeling considerations are drawn through analyzing the influences of the geometrical shapes and mechanical properties of rocks on the propagation of pressure wave along with the tunnels. Additionally, the design loads for the chamber blast doors in a newly-built underground ammunition facility are calculated based on the proposed procedure.
 Keywords
Underground Ammunition Facility;Blast Door;Hydrocode;Blast Mitigation;Fluid-Solid Interaction;
 Language
Korean
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