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The candidate must have knowledge of the internal design of a nuclear explosive
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The candidate must have knowledge of the following documents


DOE-STD-3015-2001
f.
Describe nuclear explosive design features that have been employed to
prevent/mitigate fissile material dispersal including:
Insensitive high explosives (IHE)
Fire resistant pits
2.1.5 The candidate must have knowledge of high explosives and their applicability in
nuclear explosives. The candidate shall be able to:
a.
Define the following terms:
Conventional high explosives (CHE)
IHE
One point detonation
b.
Discuss the difference between IHE and CHE used in nuclear explosives.
c.
Describe the function of primary and secondary explosives in nuclear
explosive design.
d.
Define and compare the effects of the following interrelated high explosive
terms that apply to nuclear explosive design:
Detonations
Violent reactions
Deflagration
e.
Describe the response of high explosives used in nuclear explosive design to
the following external stimuli:
Mechanical
Electrical
Thermal
f.
Discuss the effects of aging on the high explosive materials used in nuclear
explosive design.
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