Blast and impact loading of concrete: Extreme cases


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Reducing vulnerability of existing and future buildings is a topic of major concern for researchers in both civil and material engineering. The fields in which research is being focused are primarily blast loading predictions, material behaviour when subjected to high-rate loading. Structural damages caused by blast loading are the combination of both immediate effects and consecutive hazards, among which is progressive collapse.

  • Explosive breaching of RC walls
  • Physics of concrete breaching with contact charges
  • Experimental programme
  • Failure mechanism
  • Test program
  • Experimental results
Prof. Remennikov, Alex M: Postdoctoral Research fellow, at University of South Australia


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