By Nicholls, Harry R., Johnson, Charles F., Duvall, Wilbur I.
Record issued by way of the Bureau of Mines over the consequences of air blast vibrations. As said within the summary, "this record offers the result of the Bureau of Mines 10-year software to review the matter of air blast and flooring vibrations generated by way of blasting" (p. 1). This record comprises tables, and illustrations.
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