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Libya | Celebrating the graduation of officers and students from the first batch of the Higher War and National Defense Colleges.

Libya | Celebrating the graduation of officers and students from the first batch of the Higher War and National Defense Colleges.

The Chief of the General Staff of the Libyan Army, Lieutenant General Mohammed Al-Haddad, attended, on Wednesday morning, at the headquarters of the Libyan Higher Academy for Strategic Studies, the…

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LIBYA | Al-Dabaiba and Deputy Commander of the US Africa Command (AFRICOM) discuss Libyan-US cooperation in the field of counterterrorism and border security.

LIBYA | Al-Dabaiba and Deputy Commander of the US Africa Command (AFRICOM) discuss Libyan-US cooperation in the field of counterterrorism and border security.

The Prime Minister of the National Unity Government, Minister of Defense, Abdul Hamid Al-Dabaiba, received the Deputy Commander of the US Africa Command, Lieutenant General John Bernan, and the Commander

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LIBYA | Al-Dbaiba and a number of military leaders meet with the Chief of Staff of the Turkish Army.

LIBYA | Al-Dbaiba and a number of military leaders meet with the Chief of Staff of the Turkish Army.

Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Minister of Defense, Abdul-Hamid Al-Dbaiba, discussed yesterday with the Chief of the General Staff of the Turkish Army, Metin Gürak, and his…

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1st International Conference on Engineering Applications (ICEA’2024)- The Military Engineering Academy - Tajoura – LIBYA

1st International Conference on Engineering Applications (ICEA’2024)- The Military Engineering Academy - Tajoura – LIBYA

1st International Conference on Engineering Applications (ICEA’2024). Event information. ICEA 2024 Oct 15 – 17, 2024 The Military Engineering Academy Tajoura – LIBYA EXPLORING EMERGING CHALLENGES AND NEW CONCEPTS RELATED…

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This article deals with the theories used in the destruction of toxic warfare agents and chemical weapons, according to the correct requirements and rules. At the beginning of the article, the writer referred to an incident that occurred

after the end of World War II, during which the Allies randomly disposed of a large part of Germany's chemical arsenal that they had seized, by dumping huge quantities of them in the sea, or burning them, causing pollution to the environment.

Then the writer highlighted the regulations provided by the Chemical Weapons Convention, which came into progress in 1997, and these regulations relate to the proper methods that states possessing chemical weapons should adhere to when destroying their stockpiles.

In the body of the article, the writer reviewed the theories used in the destruction of warlike toxic agents and chemical weapons, as follows:

The two main methods of destroying chemical weapons are; High-temperature destruction such as incineration, and low-temperature destruction such as neutralization, and these two methods are follow by the post-treatment process of the secondary wastes that result from the process of burning or neutralization.

The writer added that there is another method that can be used for the same purpose, which is destruction through "plasma gasification". It is a very sophisticated method, which is simply to convert waste into energy by "plasma gasification", that means converting matter from a liquid or solid state to a gaseous state. The organic and inorganic waste is treated by a reactor that uses a powerful plasma burner to raise the temperature of the waste to thousands of degrees. This terrible heat leads to a complete cracking of the relevant chemical bonds.

 

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