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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There is already clear evidence this morning of damage potential.
Work has already begun on this part of the project, prompting many to argue that it will damage potential underground archeological treasures.
Sergeant Campbell's consistent attention to detail not only reduced foreign object damage potential and electrical wire chaffing in the $5 million AOB, but prevented possible equipment damage, increasing the safety of the flight crew.
Hurricanes are among nature's most devastating natural disasters, posing both wind and flood damage potential, but homeowners can take steps to reduce the chance of major property damage and injury to family members.
I believe the behavior of the Brazilian Central Bank during this turmoil period has been the worst possible, since it did not understand the true damage potential of this challenging environment, and it is not providing the necessary liquidity to the market.
We estimate the number of autos having alloy wheel damage potential approaches 100 million vehicles.
This damage potential is especially concerning because most plant viruses are transmitted by aphids (Hull 2002) and R.
Matthew Macfadyen fired questions at Blair with all the accuracy and damage potential of a Scud missile.
Product Significantly Reduces Damage Potential for Food and Pharma Industries
It exempts all federal agencies from the Act's requirement that they consult with wildlife experts to assess the damage potential projects may cause endangered species.
Anyone with a view of hurricane damage potential can take positions on named storms at a low cost and with very limited risk on the HedgeStreet Exchange," said Stephen Race, Chairman and CEO.
Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Disaster-Potential Scale classifies hurricanes on their intensity and damage potential under five categories, with Categories 5, 4 and 3 being the most destructive.