Explosives engineering faculty members conduct research related to energetic materials, including explosives hazards and effective manufacture, transport, use and storage of explosives using experimental testing and numerical simulation. This research includes traumatic brain injury, rock blasting, structural response to blasts, effects of explosively formed projectiles (EFPs), shock physics and many other research areas.
Robert H. Quenon Associate Professor
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290 McNutt Hall
Environmental Considerations of Blasting, Fragmentation Prediction, Biological Effects of Shock Exposure, Explosibility of Dusts
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107 Kennedy Experimental Mine Building – S&T Experimental Mine
Explosion protection, Mine Blasting Effects, Dust Explosions, Ground Control