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Physical protection and assessing vulnerability, lethality and risks

Before the establishment and during the life cycle of a camp it is essential to identify and analyse the detailed characteristics of any physical threat to the mission and its surroundings. FOI characterizes threats and conducts analysis, simulations and proof testing of protective structures using threats ranging from small arms up to cars and truck bombs.

Vulnerability, lethality and risk assessments consider the effects of warheads, improvised explosive devices and accidental explosions in ammunitions storages on the camp including its personnel and equipment.


  • Break up Tests with Small "Ammunition Houses" using cased charges - Kasun III. FOI-R--2749--SE
  • Methodology for vulnerability assessments of military camps. FOI-S--3438--SE
  • Lethality Analysis of a Person-Borne Improvised Explosive Device. FOI-S--4364--SE
  • Blast Walls. Analytical model for the predicition of peak pressure and positive impulse density. FOI Memo 3616
  • Break up Tests with ISO-Container, Low Loading Density. FOI-R--3345--SE
  • Characteristics of the effects from car bombs. FOI-S--3531--SE
  • Physical protection against VBIED threats. FOI-S--3526--SE
  • Rapidly Deployable Field Fortifications. FOI-S--3527--SE

Publications (only in swedish):

  • Anläggningsskydd med fokus på internationella insatser. Sammanställning av verksamhet 2012. FOI-R--3523--SE
  • Sårbarhetsvärdering av camper. Förstudie. FOI-R--2419--SE
  • Metodik för sårbarhetsvärdering av camper. FOI-R--2673--SE
  • Sektionering av camper. Enkel parameterstudie. FOI-R--3103--SE
  • Flyttbara skydd mot vapenverkan - en litteraturstudie. FOI-R--1612--SE
  • Terror- och sabotagehot mot anläggningar och flyttbara skydd vid internationella insatser. FOI Memo 1737



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