- FEMA 426, Reference Manual to Mitate Potential. -
- Bomb Blast Resistant Glazing Testing and Standards
- DoD Manual 5200.01, Volume 3, February 24, 2012,
- Structural Engineering - GSA
FEMA 426, Reference Manual to Mitate Potential. -
The basic components of the physical security measures to address an explosive threat considers the establishment of a protected perimeter, the prevention of progressive collapse, the desn of a debris mitating façade, the isolation of internal explosive threats that may evade detection through the screening stations or may enter the public spaces prior to screening and the protection of the emergency evacuation, rescue and recovery systems.
Bomb Blast Resistant Glazing Testing and Standards
Other than establishing a protected perimeter, these protective measures are generally achieved through principles of structural dynamics, nonlinear material response, and ductile detailing.
DoD Manual 5200.01, Volume 3, February 24, 2012,
The 2001 terrorist attacks at New York City's World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the 1995 bombing of Oklahoma City's Alfred P.
Structural Engineering - GSA
Murrah Federal Office Building, and the 1996 bombing at Atlanta's Centennial Park, and more recently the bombing at the Boston Marathon, shook the nation, and made Americans aware of the need for better ways to protect occupants, assets, and buildings from human aggressors (e.g.
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