Dec 19, 2017
Engineer, the Professional Bulletin of Army Engineers recently published an article written by Lieutenant Colonel Clarence Kemper titled “Truck Bombs and Standoff: Using Blast Modeling for Installation Threat Management”. In this article, Lieutenant Colonel Kemper discusses the importance of blast analysis for developing mitigations and also highlights the use of BREEZE ExDAM and its ability to model blast impacts caused by explosions in military situations and explosion events at industrial facilities.
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Bulletin: Engineer, the Professional Bulletin of Army Engineers
Publication: September-December 2017 | Pages 40-44
Article: Truck Bombs and Standoff: Using Blast Modeling for Installation Threat Management
Author: Lieutenant Colonel Clarence Kemper is the commander of the 475th Engineer Detachment, a U.S. Army Reserves explosive hazards coordination cell with the 412th Theater Engineer Command. He is a professional engineer, a consulting professional engineer, and a board-certified forensic engineer. His practice includes modeling blasts and predicting structural response.