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Used of an algorithm or implementation considered extremely robust; lossage-resistant; capable of correctly recovering from any imaginable exception condition - a rare and valued quality. Synonym armor-plated.
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Extremely stable hardware or software that cannot be brought down no matter what conditions arise. See industrial strength.
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Unlike bullet resistance, blast resistance must deal with two phases of positive and negative pressure waves that are created radiating outward and then inward.
The standard would also establish voluntary tests and classification ratings for seven other categories, including: operating force, mechanical strength, ventilation, bullet resistance, explosion resistance, mechanical durability and burglar resistance.
"The problem." says Kings, "is that the various police agencies aren't keen on us adding bullet resistance to everyday cars.
As an added benefit (particularly in the Magnums) the added bullet resistance to moving helps the slow burning powders develop pressure to give the magnum velocities.
* Acryshield L3 is a proprietary laminated acrylic sheet that provides bullet resistance for security applications.
The Bullet Resistance Test is conducted in accordance with the well-established Underwriter's Laboratories (UL) 752 Standard for Bullet Resisting Equipment published by UL.