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The shock wave released from physical explosion of a pressurized stratospheric airship can produce serious damage to the environment. Shock wave overpressure can measure the degree of damage that an explosion can cause to such things as buildings and the human body. To obtain the overpressure from an airship envelope explosion, explosion energy must first be conducted. Explosion energy is derived based on Brode's equation, Brown's equation, and Crowl's equation. An equivalent TNT computationaldoi:10.3389/fmats.2022.1046229 fatcat:x7l73tvsxvbqjaldklpwx4kbou