Response of structures to blast: a new criterion
Sewell, Robert G.S.
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A fuel-air explosion, for example one from a gasoline vapor and air mixture, is characterized by the circumstance that the explosive energy is initially distributed and released throughout a relatively large volume. This contrasts with an explosion from a material such as dynamite, where the energy release is initially concentrated into a relatively small volume.
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