blast area

blast area

[′blast ‚er·ē·ə]
(ordnance)
Area affected by the blast of an explosion.
Scorched area of ground around the muzzle of a gun, caused by repeated blasts.

blast area

The area in which the loading of explosives and the blasting operations take place.
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Saturday's powerful explosion, which came a week after Taliban militants killed 22 people at an international hotel in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, was felt throughout the city and covered the blast area in smoke and dust.
A plume of grey smoke rose from the blast area in the city centre and buildings hundreds of metres away were shaken by the force of the explosion.
They made coordination and cordoned off the blast area.
The new BlastMetriX UAV program from 3GSM GmbH allows quarries and mining operations to take advantage of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology to quickly, safely an accurately capture three-dimensional face profiles for enhanced visualization of the blast area.
She said most structures in the blast area had been crumbling for some time, and that not all the rubble seen was caused by the explosion.
Also externally located LED lighting, for good illumination of the blast area and to remove any chance of a spark within the blast chamber.
The central blast area has been cordoned off by police.
But the reassurances gave way to renewed panic as people leaving the seating area began seeing the wounded who had been in the blast area around the ticket offices near the main entrance.
A month after the explosion, the blast area is still a scene of devastation Pictures: JASON ROBERTS
Metal balls were found 120 meters from the blast area.
from the Deutsches Museum near the city centre to a blast area where
According to the Xinhua news agency, one of the ignition points for the series of blasts came from within an automobile distribution area near the blast site while three were within the central blast area - a warehousing area for volatile chemicals toxic chemical.