Quantcast Results Analysis Procedure

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MIL-HDBK-1013/12
<1> For Each Plate: For each plate in
cross-section, do <2> through <5>.
Start
When done, proceed to <6>.
<2> Enter Type of Glazing Material.
Enter glazing material type in
column (a) of the Safevue Analysis
worksheet. Proceed to <3>.
<1> For Each
Next
<3> Is Material Glass? If material is
Plate:
glass, proceed to <4>. Otherwise,
proceed to <5>.
Done
<4> Enter Layer Thicknesses. Enter a
series of thicknesses for glass
<6> Enter Total
<2> Enter Type of
layers into the layer fields of column
Thickness of
Glazing Material
(b) of the Safevue Analysis
Cross-Section
worksheet. Start with layer field 1.
Proceed to <5>.
<5> Enter Total Thickness of Plate.
<3> Is
Enter the total thickness of a plate
No
Stop
Material Glass?
in inches into column (c) of the
Safevue Analysis worksheet.
Proceed to <7> for next plate.
Yes
<6> Enter Total Thickness of Cross-
Section. Enter the total thickness
<4> Enter Layer
of the cross-section in inches into
Thicknesses
column (d) of the Safevue Analysis
worksheet. Return to Figure C-13
for the Safevue Selection Analysis
procedure or Figure C-16 for the
<5> Enter Total
Glazing Data Preparation for
Thickness of Plate
Selection Analysis procedure.
Figure C-18
Process Chart and Description:  Plate Data Preparation Procedure
C.16
Results Analysis Procedure.  This procedure contains
structures for analyzing the results of a Safevue selection
application analysis.  This procedure will assist in modifying
cross-section plates and layers to resist blast attacks.  A
process chart and description of the procedure are shown in
Figure C-19.
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