Representative Costs for B-52 Protective Alert Shelters

by J. G. Hammer

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This short paper presents graphs showing basic aircraft shelter costs versus design overpressure for housing B-52 bombers in protective alert shelters. The cost figures are representative of the most feasible and economical type of shelter for a given combination of overpressure and shelter capacity.

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