A REVIEW OF NUCLEAR EXPLOSION PHENOMENA PERTINENT TO PROTECTIVE CONSTRUCTION
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA
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Specifically oriented to the design of protection from the effects of nuclear weapons, the report deals with the phenomena of the intense or close-in regions not always adequately covered in such otherwise thorough standard works as Glasstones The Effects of Nuclear Weapons. Some features given emphasis are early fireball growth, prompt nuclear radiation near an explosion, cratering and intense ground shock, high-overpressure air blast, hot fireball air and intense thermal exposure, and distribution of debris and afterwinds. The intention, however, was to include information on all aspects of nuclear explosions known to be pertinent to the design of shelters.
- Nuclear Warfare