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Forces, materials and explosives [videorecording] / a film by Rod Rees ; Rees Films
Alternate Title Title on disc label and container: Forces, materials, and explosions [videorecording]
New York, N.Y. : distributed by Insight Media, c2009
Location Call Number Status
 Videos/2nd Flr  QD516 .F67 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Explosions
Shock waves
Materials
Force and energy
Physical Description 1 videodisc (23 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Note - System Details DVD
Note "IM 16"--disc label
Performer/Participant Narrator, Cath Leslie
Credits Original music, Owen Downie ; educational advisor, Russell Downie ; explosives advisor, Nick Elith
Contents Introduction -- Cannon demonstration -- Burn rate -- Detonators and shockwaves -- Shockwaves and temperature -- Effects of shockwaves -- Investigating materials: stress/ strain curves -- Area under the curve -- Toughness -- Using explosives in mining -- Demolition using explosives
Summary This video explores the forces released by explosions and their impact on materials. It identifies key features of explosions: rapid gas expansion and with high explosives shock waves. It also looks at the properties of structural materials, particularly their resistance to being broken apart, showing how these properties can be measured and used to predict the material's response to forces. It also shows applications of these ideas in the real world of mining and demolition
Alternate Author Rees, Rod, 1947-
Leslie, Cath
Downie, Russell
Elith, Nick
Rees Films
Insight Media (Firm)

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