ConWep V2.1 calculates a range of blast effects from different types of high explosives and weapons, including blast loads, fragment penetration depths into concrete and steel, concrete wall breaching, projectile penetration into rock and soil, cratering, and ground shock. Airblast calculations include free-field and reflected blast pressure histories from free-air and surface burst explosions, average peak pressure and impulse from a hemispherical surface burst on a specified reflected wall area, peak pressure from a buried explosion, blast pressure in tunnels, and quasistatic pressure history from a vented internal explosion. ConWep is made available through the Corps of Engineer’s Protective Design Center at Omaha, Nebraska.

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