Ice load penetration modelling

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ConferenceProc. POAC-87 : 9th Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic Conditions Conf.: 17 August 1987, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
Pages31727; # of pages: 291
Subjectice loads; strain; internal stress distribution; laboratory testing; deformation, strength properties; multi-year ice; strain rate dependence; loading conditions; regression analysis; tsai-wu criterion; actual average pressure; contact area; nominal ice pressure; stress state vs. failure stress state
AbstractA laboratory test program was conducted to measure the deformation and strength properties of multi-year ice at temperatures of -2, -10 and -20 degrees C. A penetration model based on contact coefficients as suggested by Varsta was formulated to physically describe the penetration process.
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PublisherW.M. Sackinger, M.O. Jeffries, Eds.
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedYes
NRC number29413
NPARC number20378908
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