The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 48 (1970) > Issues > Issue 8 > Discussion on Explosions in Domestic Structures. Part 1 : The relief of Gas and Vapour Explosions in
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Discussion on Explosions in Domestic Structures. Part 1 : The relief of Gas and Vapour Explosions in Domestic Structures by D. J. Rasbash and Part 2: The Relationship Between Containment Characteristics and Gaseous reactions by K. L. Stretch

Dr. I. Fells (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne): ‘First let me say that I am relieved by the confidence of our two speakers. Clearly, they are reasonably happy about the relief of the explosions. I wonder, however, if I might put on a hat that I am unaccustomed to wear, and that is one of pessimism.'