Definition of hazards of electromagnetic radiation to fuels

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hazards of electromagnetic radiation to fuels

'hazards of electromagnetic radiation to fuels' is an military term meaning '(DOD) The potential hazard that is created when volatile combustibles, such as fuel, are exposed to electromagnetic fields of sufficient energy to cause ignition. Also called HERF'.

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