Introduction to Explosions and Explosion Safety Video Lectures

Intro to Explosions and Explosion Safety
'Introduction to Explosions and Explosion Safety' Video Lectures by Prof. K. Ramamurthi from IIT Madras
"Intro to Explosions and Explosion Safety" - Video Lectures
1. Loud Bang and Disruption
2. Blast Wave in an Explosion: Predictions from Dimensional Considerations
3. Typical Examples of Explosions and Classification
4. Shock Hugoniot and Rayleigh Line
5. Properties behind a Constant Velocity Shock
6. Blast waves:Concentration of Mass at the Front,Snow Plow Approximation,Energy conservation ina Blast wave
7. Blast waves: Decay of a strong Blast wave,Explosion Length, Sach's Scaling,Over pressure,Cranz Hopkinson Scaling law of Overpressure
8. Blast Waves: Overpressure and Impulse in the Near and Far Field, Examples,Introduction to Impulse
9. Blast Waves: Non-dimensional Impulse, Cranz -Hopkinson Scaling, Missiles, Fragments and Shrapnel, Craters, Examples
10. Blast Waves: Interaction with Objects, Reflection and Transmission of Blast Waves, Impedance
11. Blast Waves: Amplification of Reflected Blast Waves; Role of Impedance, Spalling, Damage to Organs containing Air, Mushroom Cloud in an Explosion, Examples
12. Blast Waves: Damage from Blast Waves, Examples, Multiple Spikes in an Impulse, Iso-damage Curve on an Overpressure- Impulse Diagram, Complex Structures
13. Energy Release in a Chemical Reaction: Moles, Internal Chemical Energy, Standard Heats of Formation
14. Energy Release: Stoichiometry, Equivalence Ratio and Heat Release in Fuel Rich and Oxidizer Rich Compounds
15. Energy Release: Examples of Energy Release Calculations, Higher and Lower Calorific Values, Internal Energy of Formation
16. Rate of Energy Release: Concentration, Activation Energy, Energy Release Profile
17. Thermal Theory of Explosion
18. Thermal Theory
19. Role of Chain Carriers in an Explosion:
20. Combustion -I:
21. Combustion - II
22. Case Histories of Explosions involving Volatile Liquids
23. Detonation
24. Structure of Detonations
25. Realizable States in a Detonation:
26. One Dimensional Model of Detonation
27. Case Histories of Explosions involving Detonation or Quasi-Detonation
28. Explosions in Confined and Unconfined Geometries
29. Dust Explosions: I
30. Dust Explosions: II
31. Physical Explosions
32. Rupture of Cryogenic Storage Vessels and Pressure Vessels
33. Condensed Phased Explosives Based on Hydrocarbons
34. Condensed Phase Explosives and their Properties
35. TNT Equivalence and Yield of an Explosion
36. Atmospheric Dispersion
37. Modeling Atmospheric Dispersion
38. Explosions Involving Atmospheric Dispersion
39. Quantification of Damages in an Explosion
40. Risk Analysis for an Explosion
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