Georgian and U.S. scientists develop a system to limit the damage caused by explosions in confined spaces.
In an initiative sponsored by NATO’s Science for Peace and Security Programme, Georgian and U.S. scientists are developing a system to limit the damage caused by explosions in confined spaces. At the Mining Institute of Georgia, in an underground experimental base, the scientists demonstrate the new system where very high-speed sensors trigger the ejection of a high-pressure water absorber to suppress the blast from the explosion.
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