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Do you know how to evaluate the performance and vulnerability of explosives and propellants?
This four-day course is designed for scientists, engineers and managers interested in the current state of explosive and propellant technology. After an introduction to shock waves, the current explosive technology is described. Numerical methods for evaluating explosive and propellant sensitivity to shock waves are described and applied to vulnerability problems such as projectile impact and burning to detonation
This course is suited for scientists, engineers, and managers interested in the current state of explosive and propellant technology, and in the use of numerical modeling to evaluate the performance and vulnerability of explosives and propellantsSince 1984, the Applied Technology Institute (ATI) has provided leading-edge public courses and onsite technical training to DoD and NASA personnel, as well as contractors. Whether you are a busy engineer, a technical expert or a project manager, you can enhance your understanding of complex systems in a short time. You will become aware of the basic vocabulary essential to interact meaningfully with your colleagues. If you are in need of more technical training, why not take a short course? ATI short courses are less than a week long and are designed to help you keep your professional knowledge up-to-date. You can boost your career with the strong foundation for understanding the issues that must be confronted in the use and regulation of explosives and propellants. Course Outline, Samplers, and Notes Click on the course title below for more information. ATI’S EXPLOSIVES TECHNOLOGY & MODELING COURSE Click here now to see for yourself the value of this course before you sign up. What you will learn when you take this course:
- What are Shock Waves and Detonation Waves?
- What makes an Explosive Hazardous?
- Where Shock Wave and Explosive Data is available
- How to model Explosive and Propellant Performance
- How to model Explosive Hazards and Vulnerability
- How to use the furnished explosive performance and hydrodynamic codes
- The current state of explosive and propellant technology