Uniaxial compressive strength and deformation of Beaufort Sea ice

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TypeArticle
ConferenceVTT Symposium 27, The Seventh International Conference on Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic Conditions: 05 April 1983, Helsinki, Finland
ISSN0357-9387
ISBN951-38-1703-2
Volume1
Pages8998; # of pages: 10
Subjectice; compressive strength; uniaxial compression; particle size distribution; cold regions; granular ice; columnar grained ice; loading system stiffness; nominal strain rate; stress rate
AbstractStrength and deformation behaviour of horizontally oriented specimens of granular and columnar-grained ice were measured in the field. Cylindrical specimens were loaded on compliant platens and prismoidal specimens on steel platens to provide a range of loading system stiffness. Loading system stiffness proved to have a significant effect on strength when the results were interpreted in terms of nominal strain rate, but in terms of stress rate it was largely eliminated. The strength of the granular ice (2.5 - 4 MPa) was substantially higher than that of columnar- grained ice (1 - 2.5 MPa). Regardless of grain structure, the specimens all failed by yielding at a strain of about 3 x 10[-3].
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedYes
IdentifierDBR-P-150
NRC number22805
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NPARC number20358528
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