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In support of the characterization of multi-phase impulse from buried explosives, Corvid has developed novel instrumentation that can survive the severe loading conditions and provide both temporal and spatial resolution to aid in describing the underlying physics. 


Data collected can also be used to validate high fidelity computational physics methods.  This challenging problem is of interest to several industries within the energy and defense sectors. 


The successes derived from our experimental design, instrumentation development, and associated simulations were recently published in the ISEE 42nd Annual Conference on Explosives Blasting Techniques.

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