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MIL-HDBK-1013/12
<1> For Each Applicable Bomb Tactic: Loop through <2> through <10> for each
applicable bomb tactic (i.e., stationary vehicle bomb, moving vehicle bomb or
exterior).  When done, return to igure 9.
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<2> Required Level of Protection? Use the level of protection to determine which
structure to go to.  For a low level of protection, proceed to <3>.  For a
high level of protection, proceed to <4>.
<3> Enter Protective Measures for Low Level of Protection.Refer to Table 12 for
protective measures.  In the laminated glass row of the Cross-Section
Evaluation worksheet (see Appendix for all worksheets), enter the cross-
B
section recommended inTable 12 into column (b), (c) or (d).  On the Frame
Evaluation worksheet, enter the word "standard" into column (b), (c) or (d)
for all frame properties.  On the Wall Evaluation Application, enter the word
"standard" into column (b), (c) or (d) for all wall thicknesses.  Proceed to
<1> for next applicable bomb tactic.
<4> Safevue Evaluation. Employ the computer program Safevue to analyze the glazing
cross-section.  Use Figure C-1 for the analysis.  Proceed to <5>.
<5> Evaluate Frame. Providing a procedure to assist the analyst in evaluating
frame performance under blast overpressure is beyond the scope of this
handbook.  Refer to paragraph6.3, Frame, Anchorage and Wall Analysis for
,
general guidance on frame analysis.  Proceed to <6>.
<6> Enter Required Frame Properties. Enter the required frame properties produced
by the frame analysis into column (b), (c) or (d) of the Frame Evaluation
worksheet.  Proceed to <7>.
<7> Evaluate Anchorage. Providing a procedure to assist the analyst in evaluating
anchorage performance under blast overpressure is beyond the scope of this
handbook.  Refer to paragraph6.3, Frame, Anchorage, and Wall Analysis for
,
general guidance on anchorage analysis.  Proceed to <8>.
<8> Enter Required Anchorage Properties. Enter the required anchorage properties
produced by the anchorage analysis into column (b), (c) or (d) of the
Anchorage Evaluation worksheet.  Proceed to <9>.
<9> Evaluate Wall. Providing a procedure to assist the analyst in evaluating wall
performance under blast overpressure is beyond the scope of this handbook.
Refer to paragraph 6.3, Frame, Anchorage, and Wall Analysis for general
,
guidance on wall analysis.  Proceed to <10>.
<10>Enter Required Wall Thickness. Enter the required wall thickness produced by
the wall analysis into column (b), (c) or (d) of the Wall Evaluation
worksheet.  Proceed to <1> for next applicable bomb tactic.
Figure 23
Description:
Blast Resistant Glazing Evaluation Procedure
6.4.1
Required Information.  The following information is
required for a bomb attack analysis for an evaluation
application:
a) Bomb Tactic Design Basis Threat (low, medium, high,
or very high). This information is determined using
Appendix D and is recorded on the Glazing System
Design Criteria Summary worksheet.
b) Level of Protection (low or high). This information
is determined using Figure D-20 and is recorded on
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