A bomb blast is shaped by the objects in its path
December 19, 2013
A bomb blast creates a powerful shock wave that is affected by the objects in its path. Inside a city, buildings near the blast origin can reflect and diffract the waves, resulting in a complex pattern of pressure impacts. In general, the denser the environment, the more severe the damage is to the target and buildings in the immediate vicinity of the blast.
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