blast wind

blast wind

(blast wind)
A subsonic pressure front generated by both high explosives and also low-grade explosives.
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The tilt angle of the blade control system is one of the mechanisms that control the wind turbine works by controlling the aerodynamics of the blade through the tilt control blade angle to the direction of the wind (angle of attack) as shown in Figure 2, this blade angle changes will affect the angular velocity (RPM) of the shaft due to a change in the amount of power received by the blast wind blade is converted into rotational speed shaft shown in Figure 1.
These bubble structures are cavities around massive stars, which blast wind and radiation into their surroundings.
There is a thermal pulse, a pressure wave or blast wind, and shrapnel.
Thus, the blast wind initially moves away from the explosion, but as atmospheric pressure drops below normal, the blast winds are reversed.
Moreover, individuals can be propelled by the blast wind into objects, causing tertiary blast injury.
They also found that the blast wind, not the shock wave, from the IED blast leads to traumatic brain injury (TBI) and long-term consequences, including CTE.
In an instant, the resulting heat rays, blast wind and radiation descended upon Nagasaki and transformed the city into a hell on Earth.
Blast winds, strong enough to bend iron rails, tore apart the bodies of many others.
The intense heat rays, blast winds, radiation, and ceaseless fires.
Nagasaki was devastated by intense radiation, heat rays of several thousand degrees Centigrade and horrific blast winds.
People were burned by the intense heat rays and flung through the air by the horrific blast winds.
Dropped from an altitude of 9,600 meters, a single atomic bomb was detonated 500 meters above the ground, emitting heat rays of several thousand degrees Celsius and creating a blast winds of tremendous force, unleashed against a civilian population of women, the elderly, and blameless children.