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  1. PROTECT: Enhanced Technology to Protect Against Chemical and Biological

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    Terrorism - Energy Innovation Portal Energy Analysis Energy Analysis Find More Like This Return to Search PROTECT: Enhanced Technology to Protect Against Chemical and Biological Terrorism Argonne National Laboratory Contact ANL About This Technology <p class="Default" style="margin: 4pt 0in 2pt; line-height: 8.05pt;"> <i><span style="color: windowtext; font-family: &quot;Franklin Gothic Medium&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;; font-size:

  2. BPA-2016-00278-FOIA Request

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    of actual ground observations, that measure the ground-to-line heights. Sincerely, James L. Buchal Murphy & Buchal LLP 3425 SE Yamhill Street, Suite 100 Portland, OR 97214 Phone:...

  3. SSMP

    National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA)

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    National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA)

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    National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA)

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    National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA)

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  8. Source Physics Experiment

    National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA)

    archived and available on the IRIS (Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology) web site: line-height: 1.231;">http:...

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    • Field Emission Cathode Gating for RF Electron Guns (IN-04-039) - Energy

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    • Supplemental grounding of extended emp collectors. Final report, 1 May 1980-31 January 1982

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      Denny, H.W.; Acree, D.W.; Melson, G.B.; Millard, D.P.

      1982-01-31

      The external conductors of a facility, particularly long, above ground types, pose a severe EMP threat. A primary purpose of this program was to investigate the premise that supplemental ground connections in these types of conductors could serve to reduce this threat. To support this investigation an External Collector Analysis Model (ECAM) was developed. ECAM was applied to analyzing the EMP-induced current levels appearing at a facility under various conditions of line length, line height, and number of grounds. From the results, approaches to the treatment of external collector penetrations are suggested. In addition to the external collector assessments, preliminary studies of internal collector responses are reported. Supplemental studies of techniques for measuring the responses of earth electrode systems over the EMP power spectrum are described. A successful technique utilizing currently available instrumentation was used to validate a test probe and to evaluate scaled models of various commonly used earth electrode geometries. From the measurements, observations relating to the behavior of various geometries up to 500 MHz are made.