Use of RF Emissions from Chemical Explosions for BDI/BDA of Attacks on Underground Hard Targets
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D. John Pastine
AbstractA method is proposed for distinguishing between explosive detonations in air, underground, and in underground chambers, and for estimating the chamber size by analyzing the electromagnetic signatures at a distance from each of these points of detonation.The method is an extension of a previous theoretical model developed at Enig Associates, Inc., which explains how the electromagnetic signals are related to the electric charge generated by the thermohydrodynamic states of the detonation products
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