Computational modeling of blast exposure associated with recoilless weapons combat training
作者: S. WiriA. C. RitterJ. M. BailieC. NeedhamJ. L. Duckworth
作者单位: 1Applied Research Associates Inc
2Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
3The Henry M Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine
4Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center
5Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton
6General Dynamics Health Solutions
刊名: Shock Waves, 2017, Vol.27 (6), pp.849-862
来源数据库: Springer Nature Journal
DOI: 10.1007/s00193-017-0755-3
关键词: Computational fluid dynamicsSHAMRCRecoilless weaponsTraumatic brain injuryBlast exposure
英文摘要: Military personnel are exposed to blast as part of routine combat training with shoulder-fired recoilless rifles. These weapons fire large-caliber ammunitions capable of disabling structures and uparmored vehicles (e.g., tanks). Scientific, medical, and military leaders are beginning to recognize the blast overpressure from these shoulder-fired weapons may result in acute and even long-term physiological effects to military personnel. However, the back blast generated from the Carl Gustav and Shoulder-launched Multipurpose Assault Weapon (SMAW) shoulder-fired weapons on the weapon operator has not been quantified. By quantifying and modeling the full-body blast exposure from these weapons, better injury correlations can be constructed. Blast exposure data from the Carl Gustav and SMAW...
原始语种摘要: Military personnel are exposed to blast as part of routine combat training with shoulder-fired recoilless rifles. These weapons fire large-caliber ammunitions capable of disabling structures and uparmored vehicles (e.g., tanks). Scientific, medical, and military leaders are beginning to recognize the blast overpressure from these shoulder-fired weapons may result in acute and even long-term physiological effects to military personnel. However, the back blast generated from the Carl Gustav and Shoulder-launched Multipurpose Assault Weapon (SMAW) shoulder-fired weapons on the weapon operator has not been quantified. By quantifying and modeling the full-body blast exposure from these weapons, better injury correlations can be constructed. Blast exposure data from the Carl Gustav and SMAW...
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  • combat 战斗
  • training 培养
  • modeling 制祝型
  • recoilless 无反冲的
  • weapons 武器
  • blast 吹风
  • exposure 暴露
  • computational 计算的
  • calibrate 校准
  • contour 轮廓