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“In fact the only possible competitor to high explosives would be fuel-air explosives, but getting a high quality thermobaric device to work is more complex.”
“I think you meant “fuel-air weapon” (some of which are also thermobaric; it is also possible also to have a thermobaric weapon that is not a fuel-air weapon, as the distinguishing feature of thermobaric weapons is the blast profile and not so much the explosive involved).”
“General Motors Today, automakers face steep fuel-economy requirements that can be satisfied only with smaller, more efficient powertrains, resorting to all kinds of fuel-air trickery: supercharging, turbocharging, and gas-electric hybridization.”
“Massive ordnance penetrators; lesser but precision-guided penetrators "drilling" one after another; fuel-air detonations with almost the force of nuclear weapons; high-power microwave attack; the destruction of laboratories, unhardened targets, and the Iranian electrical grid; and other means, can be combined to great effect.”
“The bomb, which was designed to act as a fuel-air explosive, luckily was a dud and Shahzad was arrested two days later as he tried to leave JFK Airport for Dubai.”
“The greater the space, the greater the amount of fuel-air mix, which allows for more power.”
“Engine Liter Size (or engine displacement): The space available inside the engine's cylinders for the fuel-air mix.”
“I think you meant “fuel-air weapon” some of which are also thermobaric; it is also possible also to have a thermobaric weapon that is not a fuel-air weapon, as the distinguishing feature of thermobaric weapons is the blast profile and not so much the explosive involved.”
“Russia sells several different types of warheads, including cluster munitions, thermobaric (fuel-air explosive) and electro-magnetic pulse (anti-radar, and destructive to electronics in general.)”
“Instead, this vacuum bomb gets its power from a fuel-air mixture, which unleashes a destructive shockwave.”
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