Blast and Impact Dynamics

Department of Civil & Structural Engineering

Publications

2016

(2016). Investigating high strain rate shear in soils using a split Hopkinson pressure bar. In 3rd UK Defence Seminar on the High Strain Rate Properties of Soils and Granular Media Dstl, Porton Down.
(2016). Blast Quantification Using Hopkinson Pressure Bars. Journal of Visualized Experiments, pp. 1-11. (Full Text).
(2016). Preface to special edition on blast load characterisation. International Journal of Protective Structures, 7 (3), pp. 303-304. (Full Text).
(2016). Numerical investigation into the influence of cubicle positioning in large-scale explosive arena trials. International Journal of Protective Structures, 7 (4), pp. 547-560. (Full Text).
(2016). Design of a partially confined split Hopkinson pressure bar. In Proceedings of 24th International Symposium on Military Aspects of Blast and Shock.
(2016). Secondary shock delay measurements from explosive trials. In Proceedings of the 24th Military Aspects of Blast and Shock (Full Text).
(2016). A comprehensive comparison of methods for clearing effects on reflected airblast impulse. In Proceedings of the 24th Military Aspects of Blast and Shock (Full Text).
(2016). TNT equivalence of C-4 and PE4: a review of traditional sources and recent data. In Proceedings of the 24th Military Aspects of Blast and Shock (Full Text).
(2016). Experimentation and modelling of near field explosions. In Proceedings of the 24th Military Aspects of Blast and Shock (Full Text).
(2016). Energy absorption in lattice structures in dynamics: Experiments. International Journal of Impact Engineering, 89 (2), pp. 49-61. (Full Text).
(2016). Localised variations in reflected pressure from explosives buried in uniform and well-graded soils. In Proceedings of the 24th Military Aspects of Blast and Shock (Full Text).

2015

(2015). Development and validation of model for sand. In EPJ Web of Conferences (pp. 4024-4024).
(2015). Geotechnical causes for variations in output measured from shallow buried charges. International Journal of Impact Engineering, 86 (3), pp. 274-283. (Full Text).

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