Ice - a challenge to the engineer

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ConferenceProceedings, Fourth Canadian Congress of Applied Mechanics: 28 May 1973, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
PagesG19G36
Subjectice; ice loads; strain; mechanical properties; structural properties
AbstractForces due to ice are a major problem for the design of hydraulic structures and ice breakers, particularly with respect to development activity in the Arctic. The paper presents a review of the characteristics of the structure of natural ice, the deformation behaviour of single crystals, and the deformation and strength behaviour of polycrystalline ice. Particular attention is given to recent work on crack formation and failure. Current ice engineering problems and the work being carried out on them are described.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedNo
IdentifierDBR-TP-395
NRC number13436
2694
NPARC number20374775
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