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Page 97 Appendix C Committee Briefings Presentations Made to the Committee on Feasibility of Applying Blast-Mitigating Technologies and Design Methodologies from Military Facilities to Civilian Buildings at its July 11–12, 1994, and August 31–September 2, 1994, Meetings 1. Defense Nuclear Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Expectations of the Study and Presentations • Overview of Experience and Activities - Defense Nuclear Agency, Kent Goering - Waterways Experiment Station, Jim Balsara • Project Objectives, Kent Goering, DNA • Blast and Shock Technology Overview, Kent Goering, DNA • Relevant Programs - Army Retrofit, Dave Coltharp, WES - Conventional Weapon Effects, Mike Giltrud, DNA - Anti-Terrorism Technology Applications, Doug Sunshine, DNA 2. Threat Scenarios, Gail Solin, CIA 3. The Bombing of the World Trade Center, William Faschan, Leslie E. Robertson Associates
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Page 98 4. Recent Efforts to Define Blast-Mitigation Technologies, Ted Krauthammer, Pennsylvania State University 5. Defense Nuclear Agency and Waterways Experiment Station, Kent Goering • World War II Conventional Bomb Damage • Fire Smoke/Subsystems • Retrofitting (Chapter 14 of DAHS CWE Manual) 6. Security Engineering Design Process, John Trout, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Omaha District Design Stage 7. Blast Mitigation and Office Building Subsystems, John Basch, Lerch Bates Hospital Group, Inc. 8. WTC Recovery Program - Lessons Learned, Robert Harvey, New York Port Authority 9. DNA Contractor Perspectives • Blast Mitigation Analysis and Design Technology Transfer, Mel Baron, Weidlinger Associates • Evaluation of Blast Computational Methods - Lessons Learned from the World Trade Center Analysis, Jim Drake, Applied Research Associates • Simulation-Based Design, William Grossman, SAIC • Simulation Methodologies for Predicting Damage and Failure as Utilized at Sandia Laboratories, Paul Hommert, Sandia National Laboratories 10. Balanced Survivability Assessments, Angelo Cicoloni, Springfield Research Facility Retrofit Stage 11. Foreign Government Experiences • United Kingdom Case Studies, Jim Mackenzie, Waterway Experiment Station • The Israeli Homefront Command Approach to Hardening of Civilian Structures, David Coltharp, Waterway Experiment Station
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