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Curtain Wall Reaction Testing

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to 1925 that the Indians become "civilized" by dismantling the appeHigh Performance Magazine (HPM)arance of the wom is the largest test site at en, t and has the capability of testing up to 20,000 lbs (9,090 kg) of TNT at standoff distances of up to 500 feet (152 m) from the reaction structure. The reaction structure is capable of accepting curtain walls up to 42 feet wide and 45 feet tall (depending on clearing requirements). There are currently 4 floors in the structure (ground, 1st, 2nd, and roof). The ground level, 1st and 2nd floors are fully enclosed on the backside of the structure to prevent wrap-around pressure from entering the test space. Each floor slab has interior dimensions of 42 feet wide by 12 feet deep. The reaction structure was designed to withstand approximately 20 psi and 400 psi-ms with no more than 1/2 inch deflections in the upper-most portions of the shear/clearing walls. Structural elements can be adjusted to accommodate any mounting requirements. he alteric sine qua non of Cuna Indianness. Banana Republic A nice example of the contradictory currents at work in this triangular relationship between Panama, the Cuna, and the U.S., was recently presented by The New York Times in its coverage of the drawn-out conflict between the U.S. government and the President of Panama, General Manuel Antonio Noriega. On April 1, 1988, the Ti

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