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International Symposium on Military Aspects of Blast and Shock

According to the Terms of Reference the MABS Symposia are unclassified conferences which are controlled by the MABS Executive Committee.

Scientists, engineers, consultants and other people interested or working in the fields of blast and shock wave research and associated thermal effects are invited to participate and contribute to the MABS Symposia. 

The main areas of interest are: 

  • Blast and shock phenomena in air, ground and water
  • Explosive event simulation, e.g. shock tubes, explosive charges, blast simulators, innovative loading devices as well as computational and analytical methods
  • Modeling and scaling
  • Measurement and signal processing techniques
  • Experimental validation of numerical codes
  • Target response prediction and analysis
  • Thermal radiation effects, instrumentation, and simulator developments
  • Accident and catastrophe damage analysis
  • Protection measures related to blast phenomena

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Traditionally, the MABS Symposia have a single or parallel technical session format and include technical and/or social excursions. All sessions are unclassified and papers selected for presentation are expected to fall into the broad topic area of blast and shock wave research.

The MABS conferences usually start on Monday morning and end on Friday after lunch.

About 100 papers are accepted for oral presentation in technical sessions. Additional 20 papers may be accepted for a poster session presentation. Both oral and poster papers are considered as equivalent and will be published in the Proceedings of the conference

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