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Experimented with IED's

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Experimented with IED's today and it appears that the more you increase the strength of the IED it increases the depth of the crater but not necessarily the blast radius (the kill zone)? 


Wasn't about to get close to find out as I upped to 20000 pound (10 tons) IED, with this amount of IED at approx 750 metres there was a dust cloud surrounding the piranha, the bus (that was laden with the IED) could have driven into the crater and a significant amount of dust at blast site.


The blast (at 10 tons) could be heard 3-4 (or more) kilometres away.


I would have thought at 10 tons at 750 metres that Piranha would have been toasted.





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There's authoritative literature on the subject. We basically went with what standard works had to say. If that meant that craters get deeper but not bigger in diameter, we'll have to learn to live with it.

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