INSPECTION explosives

USING DRAMS EWS & KYKLOTRON TB SENSOR SYSTEMS

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EXPLOSIVES   INSPECTION    PROCEDURES

in order NEVERCARGO  WITH EXPLOSIVES TO COME INTO

A HARBOR,  A CAMP, A BASE, A RAILWAY STATION, IN ANY KIND OF INSTALLATION, EVEN LARGE AREAS, CITIES or COUNTRIES , etc

IMPORTANT LINKS :

Method and system in order to 'PROTECT' a huge area from explosives

Method and system in order to 'CLEAN' a huge area from explosives

Explosives Detection in Military Operations

an Early Warning System for ship PROTECTION against armed pirates

KYKLOTRON tech for ON FOOT PATROL PROTECTION at MILITARY OPERATIONS

KYKLOTRON tech for IED & UXO detection & INSPECTION OPERATIONS

HOW KYKLOTRON tech supports GATES and CHECK POINT INSPECTION for explosives

KYKLOTRON tech to support CONVOY PROTECTION at MILITARY OPERATIONS

KYKLOTRON tech for CAMP PROTECTION at MILITARY OPERATIONS

 

INTRODUCTION

NOTICE :  This report refers to a hypothetic company by the name ‘Harhor S.A.’. Harhor S.A.  wants to check  for explosives presence various cargos carried by big trucks into containers, before those cargos come into the laboratories AND OTHER INSTALLATIONS for further process.

‘Harhor S.A.’ SPECIFICATIONS : No cargo must be released before checking for explosives presence.   

 

DESIGN AND ADJUSTMENT METHODOLOGY FOR USE DRAMS EWS SYSTEM FOR HARHOR SA NEEDS

 

 

The basic Ammunition (explosives) safety principles of the NATO STANAG ( NATO STANDARD ) is that the minimum safety range ( for  a minimum quantity - 1/2 pound of TNT)  MUST BE AT LEAST 300 meters LONG from the cargo - target.

 

PROTOCOL SECURITY PROCEDURES  

5.5.1. Half an hour before reaching the factory HARHOR SA the truck that carries or containers containing (s) used ammunition, the CONTROL OFFICER inform the operator of the the KYKLOTRON  E3  sensor  to conduct an audit of the free zones RESEARCH Non-existence of explosives (calibration and other procedures calibration quantity of explosives would be taught in education). This is PRELIMINARY TEST -  a GOOD CONTROL OF OPERATION test - , called 'FREE CONTROL ZONES', the purpose and details of which are mentioned in the next paragraph.

5.5.2. To truck vehicle that transports or containers containing (s) used ammunition will be required to stop for a few minutes (no more than 5 ') at an authorized site before even approaching the factory (FOUNDRY) of HARHOR SA . For this purpose should be determined in advance space and parking time (location '1 'in Figure 1, red diamond) in consultation with the driver. This area will be designated as 'checkpoint 1' (Figure 1).


5.5.3. Once the driver of the truck that carries or containers containing (s) used ammunition parked his vehicle at the predetermined allowable space 'checkpoint 1' (position of '1 'in Figure 1, red rhombus) notify the RESPONSIBLE CONTROL,  that informs the KYKLOTRON  E3  sensor user which is in a fixed stable position ('1 'in Figure 1, yellow circle) to launch the' first check '.

 

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THIS IS THE MEANING OF THIS PICTURE

 

5.5.4. If it is determined by the response of the the KYKLOTRON  E3  sensor  that there is some special attraction to the sensor (calibration and verification procedures other serious quantity of explosives, dangerous for the foundry or staff, will be taught in education) then the CONTROL OFFICER gives final approval to restart the truck and moved to the entrance of the factory. Here terminated the processes of 'first check'.

5.5.5. Once the driver of the truck that carries or containers containing (s) used ammunition approached the gate of the factory HARHOR SA The the CONTROL OFFICER instructs the driver to immobilize the vehicle at the gate, where he will be the 'control point 2'.

 

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Repeat the procedure of the previous paragraph and where it is found from the reaction of the the KYKLOTRON  E3  sensor  that there is some special attraction to the sensor (calibration and verification procedures other serious quantity of explosives, dangerous for the foundry or staff, will be taught in education ) then the CONTROL OFFICER gives approval for the heavy goods in the factory of HARHOR SA . Here terminated the processes of 'second check' (Figure 2).

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the CONTROL OFFICER instructs the driver of the truck to move and stop in the space left by the shed control, and then the system weighing vehicles, where it will be the 'Checkpoint 3'. Repeat the procedure of the previous paragraph and where it is found from the reaction of the the KYKLOTRON  E3  sensor  that there is some special attraction to the sensor (calibration and verification procedures other serious quantity of explosives, dangerous for the foundry or staff, will be taught in education ) a the CONTROL OFFICER gives approval to enter the truck at only '8 ', they will be the' Checkpoint 4 ', opposite the shed. Here terminated the processes of 'third-party audits' (Figure 3).

 

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5.5.7. the CONTROL OFFICER instructs the pilot the KYKLOTRON  E3  sensor  to start 'FINAL CLEARANCE PROCEDURE'. This procedure is described below and is different from the other three previous one and relates to closely control the load. Includes 2 stages (fourth to fifth control). Where it is established by the reaction of the the KYKLOTRON  E3  sensor  that there is some special attraction to the sensor (calibration and verification procedures other serious quantity of explosives, dangerous for the foundry or staff, will be taught in education)  the CONTROL OFFICER gives approval for the unloading of spent ammunition. Here terminated the processes of 'fourth review' (Figure 4). 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Picture  4.1   THIS IS THE MEANING OF THE ABOVE PICTURE

 

Picture  4.2  AND THIS ALSO - THIS IS THE PROPER WAY SCANNING ALL TARGETS (a CONTAINER HERE)

 

5.5.8. The CONTROL OFFICER  instructs the pilot the KYKLOTRON  E3  sensor  researching continuously unloaded cargo (bags or landing in heaps on the ground) spent ammunition, a process which is the second and last phase of 'FINAL AUDIT PROCESS. "This process is simple and requires no special moves (calibration and verification procedures other serious quantity of explosives, dangerous for the foundry or staff, will be taught in education). Where it is established by the reaction of the the KYKLOTRON  E3  sensor  that there is some special attraction to the sensor then the CONTROL OFFICER  gives after the landing of all munitions used by the container permission for transportation and delivery to the foundry manager of HARHOR SA . Here terminated the processes of 'FIFTH CONTROL'.

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5.6. ALL THE ABOVE PROCEDURES IN EVERY CONTROL AND CONTROL POINT (Figure 5) REGISTERED FORM A specially designed bearing  name: "CONTROL AMMUNITION USED 'KAI INCLUDES:
• 'PRELIMINARY CHECK' and 'CONTROL free zones'
• 'FIRST TEST' AMMUNITION USED
• 'SECOND TEST' AMMUNITION USED
• 'THIRD TEST' AMMUNITION USED
• 'FOURTH TEST' AMMUNITION USED
• 'FIFTH TEST' AMMUNITION USED

'CONTROL AMMUNITION FORM " in Appendix' A '

The above procedure must strictly adhered FOR ALL THE FACILITIES OF HARHOR SA IN WHICH TO BE USED WITH LOADS enter AMMUNITION.

5.7. FINAL PROVISIONS
  
1. The distance of the 'checkpoint 1' from the operator of the KYKLOTRON  E3  sensor  should in no case be less than 300 meters, to cover the projected safe distance in case of a small explosion (throwing rocks, stones etc objects).

5.7.1. To increase security measures at higher levels it would the KYKLOTRON  E3 system operator bear a special helmet with protective glass front and bulletproof vest. This equipment after checking good will be worn by each worker who moves ammunition shovel or other tool.

5.7.2. To meet the above  PROTOCOL procedures  responsible designated safety technician (one or many depending if applicable shifts) who called from now CONTROL  OFFICER  is responsible for both the concert with the driver of the truck that carries ammunition and for all processes to transfer and delivery of checked most ammunition used in entity operating the foundry HARHOR SA .

 5.7.3. The above test procedures can be monitored by the system controller DRAMS EWS or even recorded in the system database DRAMS EWS or broadcast on a TV screen at the administrative or management personnel HARHOR SA .

 

6. Implement this module of the DRAMS EWS to address the problem at the HARHOR SA

6.1. PROTOCOL


6.1.1. To enable the KYKLOTRON  E3 system operator to make their five routine checks laid down by the PROTOCOL  should NECESSARILY has satisfied any existing explosives control area within 10 miles of the plant HARHOR SA (Area '1 'in Figure 6) and has recorded the' free 'SECTIONS  (corners, hard into which will make the detection of spent ammunition).

6.1.2. From a careful study in a wide range  FIELD 1 – FIELD 2 – FIELD 3  shows that there are:

• Tis largest repository Base Munitions and Explosives of the  Army in FIELD 1 . (Area '4 'in Figure 6).

• The military airport which has a plurality of ammunition for warplanes in FIELD 2  (region '2 'in Figure 6).
• An Armor base at FIELD 3, which established tanks with many problems in warehouses and tanks. (Region '3 'in Figure 6).

6.1.3. Puts all the map to exclude these SECTIONS  since it is PROHIBITED SECTIONS  FOR RESEARCH in applying the PROTOCOL. Then formed below the map with "FREE ZONES RESEARCH '(5, 6 and 7 in Figure 7). In these zones, the operator can freely the KYKLOTRON  E3  sensor  to make their five routine checks laid down by the ‘PROTOCOL’  . BUT ALWAYS HAS IN MIND THAT ANY AMMUNITION  COULD  'PASS' or simply found briefly PERMANENT WITHIN ANY OF THESE 3 FREE ZONES OF RESEARCH (a hunter,  a police car etc flying ammo). Therefore the KYKLOTRON  E3 system operator must ALWAYS half an hour before starting the procedure under the ‘PROTOCOL’   representative to examine the free zones RESEARCH Non-existence of explosives (calibration and other procedures calibration quantity of explosives would be taught in education).

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6.1.4. The 'FREE RESEARCH SECTION’  for the operator of the the KYKLOTRON  E3  sensor for routine checks laid down by the ‘PROTOCOL’ shown in Figure 8.

6.1.5. The ‘ FREE RESEARCH SECTION ‘ from the default position survey (1) on the default controls provided by the the ‘PROTOCOL’   practically defined by a line parallel with the National Road A  -  L  to the west and the limit of small buildings opposite the shed east (the two continuous green lines), as shown in Figure 8.

 

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6.1.6. The two ' SECONDARY  RESEARCH SECTIONS' (green triangles in Figure 7) from the predetermined position survey (1) on the default controls provided by the the ‘PROTOCOL’   defined by the green dashed lines shown in Figure 9. Also in another scale map defined by black dashed lines (SECTIONS  6 and 7) in Figure 10. An even larger scale map and benchmark shed control, defined by black dashed lines (sections 6 and 7) in Figure 11.

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6.1.7. In practical level , the operator of the sensor system Kyklotron   E3 level (large scale recognition on the ground), the authorized 'RESEARCH SECTIONS' (5,6 and 7) from the predetermined position survey (1) on the default controls provided the the ‘PROTOCOL’   defined by black dashed lines shown in Figures 12 and 13.

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 TRAIN INSPECTION

 

  CONTAINER INSPECTION

  HARBOR INSPECTION

  AN  ALL SHIP CARGO INSPECTION  - IN ORDER TO COME INSIDE THE HARBOR

  CARGO INSPECTION

 

 

CONTROL CHECK  FORM 

 FOR EXPLOSIVES

 

 

 

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