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Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology 2015;18(4):402-408.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.9766/KIMST.2015.18.4.402   
A Study on the Protective Capacity of Military Shelters in the Contact Areas
Young Jun Park, Sangjin Park, Hong Seob Eom, Kiyoung Son
1Department of Civil Engineering & Environmental Sciences, Korea Military Academy
2Department of Defense Aquisition Program, Kwangwoon University
3School of Architecture, University of Ulsan
접적지역 대피소 방호수준 설정에 관한 연구
박영준, 박상진, 엄홍섭, 손기영
1육군사관학교 토목환경학과
2광운대학교 방위사업학과
3울산대학교 건축학부
Protection against direct projectiles has been adapted just to the main command posts in the existing protective facility standards. However, protective capacity for the shelters against direct projectiles is also required because the initial survivability as well as the operation sustainment of the shelters is critical during a couple of days from outbreak of war. In this study, the Russian artillery is used to determine the existing and future threat of the North Korean Armed Forces indirectly. And then, required protective capacity of military shelters in the contact areas is calculated along with UFC 3-340-02 and it is verified using modeling and simulation. Based on the assessed capacity, actual inspect of military facilities with contact areas on spot is performed whether military shelters have enough protection capacity against determined threats. According to the field study, it is verified that proper earth bermed shelter has enough protection capacity. The results in this study could be used how to retrofit the current shelters in the contact areas.
Key Words: Shelters, Protective Capacity, Overburden Soil Load, Contact Area


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