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  • Future Security
    ...vehicle damages a wall or a column heavily such that as a consequence the entire building collapses . ...can create obstacles, like traffic islands, that avoid high speed driving, or install bollards , high curbs, or... Landscape Architecture, Terrain Modelling .
  • Crime Modeling and Mapping Using Geospatial Technologies
    Many of these are damaged, sometimes in danger of collapse , and often overgrown with vegetation. ...Example images extracted from the spatial video showing crime-associated aspects of the landscape (Source: Spatial video... ...terrible condition, even to the point of being impassable, with D showing a bollard placed in the...
  • Handbook for Blast Resistant Design of Buildings Complete Document
    Internal shelters require that the main building be designed for progressive collapse . ...as possible, in that the siting of the entrances, exits, fences, lighting, and landscaping tends to guide... Finally, the use of fences, bollards , signage, and the like, termed “territoriality,�? clearly defines the property...
  • Handbook for Blast Resistant Design of Buildings - Chapter 11 Protection of Spaces
    Internal shelters require that the main building be designed for progressive collapse . ...as possible, in that the siting of the entrances, exits, fences, lighting, and landscaping tends to guide... Finally, the use of fences, bollards , signage, and the like, termed “territoriality,�? clearly defines the property...
  • Monuments in the Desert: A Maritime Landscape in Namibia
    ...ordinates of the main deck features, (4) photograph diagnostic features like rudder, fairleads, bollards , bulkheads, davits, compass... The wreck site of Eduard Bohlen II in the Namib Desert is a notoriously harsh landscape . Fig. 12 Eduard Bohlen II stern port view of collapsed guard rail and rudder (WUC photograph .
  • Point of View: Maritime Security, Piracy, and the Global Supply Chain
    Furthermore, the ability to impose physical standoff—that is, the distance between an explosive and the target—through deterrent systems such as barriers, bollards , or landscaping , or through con- trolled access points, is limited. In contrast, extensive damage to a bridge column has great potential to precipitate partial or total collapse .
  • Part 3: Engineering On GlobalSpec
    The events in Oklahoma City prompted an industry-wide examination of progressive collapse , reduction of... Bollards Bollards are structures used to protect buildings from vehicular impact, restrict access or serve as landscape enhancement.
  • Analysis and response mechanisms of blast-loaded reinforced concrete columns
    socioeconomic, and national security concerns that would result from the collapse of an Furthermore, many (but certainly not all) buildings can be protected by cost-effective, non-structural methods such as by reducing the proximity of a threat through the use of bollards , fencing, security checkpoints, and landscaping ; however, most bridges inherently provide access to...
  • http://dspace.mit.edu/bitstream/handle/1721.1/29555/52723821.pdf?sequence=1
    19 Figure 11: Bollards keeping cars at a safe distance from the building. Figure 15: Landscaping used to protect building's facade. 40 Figure 19: Membrane action maintaining the slab from collapsing .
  • National Security Sprawl: Washington DC
    ...the flight, a catastrophic earthbound spiral from an altitude of 7,000 feet collapsed institutional distinctions that... Greater Washington DC’s airspace offers strategic overviews of tangled metropolitan landscapes shaped by the exigencies of successive... ...preservation, introduced to the monumental core an aestheticised arsenal – hardened street furniture, bollards and plinth walls...


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