The effects of nuclear weapons
United States. Dept. of Defense, United States. Dept. of Energy, United States. Defense Atomic Support Agency
U.S. Dept. of Defense, 1977 - Nuclear weapons - 653 pages
Behandler kerneeksplosioner principielt samt de materielle og biologiske virkninger af trykbølge, chok, varme og stråling.
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Chapter IGeneral Principles of Nuclear Explosions I
Chapter IIDescriptions of Nuclear Explosions
Chapter IIIAir Blast Phenomena in Air and Surface Bursts
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