safe separation distance

safe separation distance

The minimum distance between the delivery system and the weapon beyond which the hazards associated with functioning (detonation) are acceptable.
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Navy found no required safe separation distance for wireless technology under the Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordinance (HERO); other technologies require separation from munitions ranging from three to 12 feet to prevent inadvertent activation or disablement.
Obtaining a zero safe separation distance under the HERO military standard for fused ordnance was a landmark event and means that RuBee can safely provide real-time audits, accountability, pedigree, diagnostics and security to a wide variety of explosive devices, ordnance and munitions stored in the many thousands of sensitive item stores and facilities around the world, said CEO and Chairman John Stevens, Visible Assets Inc.
Troops, you just gotta maintain safe separation distance, 'specially when you're movin' those high-tech machines around out there.
These mitigation measures are: to provide safe separation distance given by (Federal Emergency Management Agency) (FEMA-273, 1997), using of shear wall, adding bracing system and the use of friction dampers in existing buildings.
FEMA-273 (Federal Emergency Management Agency) gives the safe separation distance between the adjacent buildings for pounding avoidance (FEMA, 1997).
Safe separation distance calculated by FEMA-273 is Di1 = 90.
If the buildings are in planning stage the easiest way to avoid pounding is to provide the safe separation distance between buildings as given by code.
The upgrade includes the introduction of a new signalling system of 385 jointless track circuits to detect train position, maintain safe separation distances and deliver train headways capable of meeting the extremely demanding timetable.
Consideration of correct specification of the fire surface radiative flux to be used in defining safe separation distances, similar to the Land Side issue;
Seventeen technical papers were presented by an international group of experts describing the current status of government guidance and regulations, identification of credible hazardous events (events that could possibly occur, either due to accident or malicious cause), and determination of safe separation distances from such events to ensure public safety.