Nuclear weapons, Sandia National Lab

10/11/18

Nuclear weapons

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You can learn a lot from a blast tube. You can learn more when you couple blast experiments with computer modeling.

Sandia National Laboratories researchers are using a blast tube configurable to 120 feet to demonstrate how well nuclear weapons could survive the shock wave of a blast from an enemy weapon and to help validate the modeling.

Sandia recently completed a two-year series of blast tube tests for one nuclear weapon program and started tests for another. Each series requires instrumentation, explosives, high-speed cameras and computer modeling.

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