An experimental investigation of an underwater explosion (UNDEX) induced whipping response was conducted on a submerged platform. The platform was subjected to eight near-field, non-contact UNDEX events, using two explosive charge sizes at three longitudinal positions along the hull length, coinciding with predetermined peak and node positions of the natural bending mode responses of the platform.
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Latest scientific publications
The Emerging and Disruptive Technology Assessment Symposium (EDTAS) series is a technology foresighting program under the Next Generation Technologies Fund designed to provide key insights and information on emerging and potential technologies over the longer term. In November 2017, DST joined with Noetic Group and the University of Melbourne to hold an EDTAS on Advanced Materials and Manufacturing.
This technical note explores the following refinements to speed up Phi*:
In this report we focus on solving the Schrödinger equation numerically for several simple potentials using Fourier and Chebyshev pseudo-spectral methods.
This report describes the design of a high performance high frequency (HF) active antenna starting from the antenna rod and finishing with the output buffer stage which drives the co-axial transmission line feeding a receiver.
This report describes a simple cost-effective method of measuring the activity of GPCRs coupled to the cAMP signalling pathway.
The goal of this report is, using the 2005 survey of the civilian population, to determine if a survey of the potential aircrew population could be conducted at fewer locations, hence, saving both time and money.