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Explosive properties (type of material, energy output, and quantity of explosive) Figure 4-3 Typical impulse waveform. The integrated area under the pressure verse time function is known as the impulse: I = ∫P(t)dt I = impulse (psi-ms or Mpa-ms) P = Pressure (psi or MPa)
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