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The gas motion is initiated by a point (explosive) energy release.
      
The paper examines the effectiveness of using explosive energy to compact the soil in water-filled channels in order to reduce seepage losses.
      
Increase in the efficiency of using explosive energy for deep-hole charges under conditions of flooded rock masses
      
An investigation of the adhesion strength of coatings applied on a steel base by explosive energy
      
Devices using explosive energy are the simplest but also the least efficient means to create an aerosol of properly-sized particles.
      
Each charge consisted of ammonium nitrate and nitromethane and produced the equivalent explosive energy of 0.5 kg of TNT.
      
Each charge consisted of ammonium nitrate and nitro-methane and produced the equivalent explosive energy of 0.5 kg of TNT.
      
Explosive energy confinement, distribution, and level can be calculated using basic explosive engineering formulas found in most handbooks.
      
In this particular case, it is possible that a proportion of the explosive energy will cause the material to vaporise.
      
Properly designed blasts utilize the majority of explosive energy to break the rock.
      
Small explosions may not satisfy this criterion, but w/R decreases with increasing explosive energy.
      
The drill holes were then backfilled with pea gravel so that the explosive energy would also be directed horizontally rather than just vertically.
      
The drill holes were backfilled with pea gravel so that the explosive energy would be directed horizontally rather than just vertically.
      
The direct shock results from the direct transmission of explosive energy through the ground.
      
The explosive energy will always take the path of least resistance.
      
The primary scientific objective of RHESSI is to understand particle acceleration and explosive energy release in the magnetized plasmas at the Sun.
      
Vibration is a wave motion created from an energy source, in the case of rock blasting; the source is explosive energy and rock movement.
      
 

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