damage potential

damage potential

[′dam·ij pə‚ten·chəl]
(ordnance)
The damage which a projectile or explosive can be expected to do to a specific target.
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Fortunately, damage potential for something more serious given it happened in a tower block.
Drosophila suzukii (Diptera: Drosophilidae): invasive pest of ripening soft fruit expanding its geographic range and damage potential.
Calling regulatory analysis by NRC biased, done under pressure from the nuclear industry, the researchers said the agency excluded the possibility of a terrorist act and the damage potential of a fire to areas more than 50 miles away from a nuclear plant.
Damage potential of the golden apple snail Pomaceacanaliculata (Lamarck) in irrigated rice and its control by cultural approaches.
They've never seen this kind of damage potential since the late 1800s," Fugate said.
NCS has also completed the seismic microzonation of Delhi-NCR on 1:10,000 scale, that provides additional inputs relating to the effects of the underlying soil in the assessment of damage potential.
Mao is an associate at American Valuation Partners, where she specializes in complex real property valuation in litigation and has previously published work on the real estate damage potential of hydro-fracking.
Let go of archaic policies that damage potential revenue streams.
The damage potential of any earthquake above seven magnitude is high.
Among each type of light source, there's a strong linear correlation between damage potential and CCT, with a predictable increase in damage potential as CCT increases.
The advantage with HE is that it's damage potential is very high, but even more importantly, it does damage even if it doesn't penetrate.
Reverse windflow will be experienced by the city, which will again have a very great damage potential," L.