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MIL-HDBK-1013/12
Table E-14
Actions for Example Number 4, Continued
Action
Action
Procedure
Figure
Structure
Number
Number
Number
120
For reinforced concrete block:
Selection
Figure 10
<7>
121
Identify the highest minimum requirement
Reconciliation
<8>
for wall construction. 6".
122
Assess status of requirements. Cross-
System Selection
Figure 6
<4>
section selection worksheet does not meet
requirements. Set it aside.
123
Are all requirements met? No.
<5>
124
For unmet forced entry requirement:
<7>
125
Do Requirement Revision procedure.
<8>
126
Can procedures be changed? No.
Requirements
Figure 14
<1>
127
Can window be eliminated? No.
Revision
<4>
128
Can site layout be changed? No.
<6>
129
Lower attack level. Lower forced entry
<9>
DBT to medium.
<10>
130
Accept increased risk. No additional risk is
incurred as walls provide similar level of
protection.
131
Repeat actions 3 through 121 for modified requirements. See Figure E-23 through Figure E-
26
132
Assess status of requirements. All
System Selection
Figure 6
<4>
requirements are met.
133
Are all requirements met? Yes.
<5>
134
Do Cost Estimate procedure
<6>
135
For glass-clad polycarbonate:
Cost Estimate
Figure 34
<1>
136
Do Cross-Section Cost Estimate procedure
<2>
137
Do Cross-Section Material Cost Estimate
Cross-section Cost  Figure 35
<1>
Estimate
138
For glass layer:
Cross-section
Figure 36
<1>
Material Cost
<2>
139
Determine layer cost factor. Assume
Estimate
laminated glass consists of 2 3/16" layers.
Use Table 28 and Table 29: 4.8 and 2.3
pounds. See Figure E-27.
140
Does layer have an interlayer? Yes.
<3>
141
Determine interlayer cost factor. Use
<4>
urethane to combat cold temperatures.
Assume .050" thickness. Use Table 34:
9.3.
142
Calculate combined layer cost factor. 4.8
<5>
+ 9.3 = 14.1.
143
Repeat actions 139 through 142 for remaining layers: 3/16 inch glass layer, 1/8 inch
polycarbonate layer, 1/4 inch polycarbonate layer, and 1/8 inch polycarbonate layer.
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