Flaking tests to measure large scale strength of ice

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TypeArticle
ConferenceINSROP Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, 1995
Subjectice; flat jack; ice strength
AbstractResults are presented of flaking tests using flat jacks to measure the large scale strength of ice. The results showed (i) gas-filled flat jacks worked well provided certain safety precautions were taken (ii) the use of a stiff aluminum plate in conjunction with the compliant flat jack reduced the measured pressures somewhat, but they were still around 5.5 Mpa, and (iii) two tests on pre-damaged ice gave significantly reduced pressures of about 1.5 MPa.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Ocean Technology; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedNo
IdentifierIR-1995-22
NRC number5866
NPARC number8895151
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