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Blast Mitigation is a tactical scheme or technique developed to mitigate the after-effects of an explosion, which are brought on by energy forces and pressure impulses. Its purpose is to stop shrapnel, rubble, and buildings from falling during an explosion. Through surface modification, it serves as a corrosion control tool in addition to protecting people, property, and infrastructure. The explosion releases energy in the form of fragments, sound, shock waves, and other kinds of radiation. While there is nothing that can be done to completely halt these consequences, the severity can be mitigated to make them less deadly with the help of Blast Mitigation. When a complete understanding of the explosive constituents and potential dangers is attained, a capacity of blast mitigation is attained.

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