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Thesis Resources

Bradshaw, J. C. (2003). Protecting Personnel at Risk: DOD Writes Anti-Terrorism Standards to Protect People in Buildings. AMPTIAC Quaterly , 11-15.

Cargile, J., O'Neil, E. F., & Neely, B. D. (2003). Very-High-Strength Concretes for Use in Blast-and-Penetration-Resistant Structures. APMTIAC Quaterly , 61-66.

Coltharp, D., & Hall, R. (2003). Blast Retrofit Research and Development: Protection for Walls and Windows. AMPTIAC Quaterly , 31-37.

Federal Emergency Management Agency. (2007, October 19). FEMA E155- Building Design for Homeland

Security Course. Retrieved February 2009, from FEMA :

Federal Emergency Management Agency. (2003). Primer for Design of Commercial Buildings to Mitigate

Terrorist Attacks. District of Columbia, Washigton: FEMA.

Hinman, E. (2009, Febuary 2). Blast Safety of the Building Envelope. Retrieved March 2009, from Whole

Building Design Guide:

Lane, R., & Craig, B. (2003). Material Ease - Materials for Blast and Penetration Resistance. AMPTIAC Quaterly , 39-45.

Lindsey, P. (20003). DOD Protective Desgn Manuals Have Wide Application. AMPTIAC Quaterly , 17-24.

Odello, R. (2003). Polymer Composite Retrofits Strengthen Concrete Structures. AMPTIAC Quaterly , 25-29.

Porter, J., Dinan, R., Hammons, M., & Knox, K. (2003). Polymer Coatings Increase Blast Resistance of Existing and Temporary Structures. AMPTIAC Quaterly , 47-52.

Smilowitz, R. (2008, May 12). Designing Buildings to Resist Explosive Threats. Retrieved February 2009,

from Whole Building Design Guide:

Walton, B. (2003). Designing Blast Hardened Structure for Military and Civilian Use. AMPTIAC Quaterly ,53-59.

Warner, S. M. (2005). The Effective Use of New Materials and Methodologies for Blast Mitigation in New and Renovated Facilites by the Armed Forces. Fort Leavenworth, KA: US Army Command and General Staff College.