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Record #117298:

Scale effect on the indentation resistance of ice / Robert M.W. Frederking.

Title: Scale effect on the indentation resistance of ice / Robert M.W. Frederking.
Author(s): Frederking, Robert M. W.
Date: 1992.
In: Eos : transactions, American Geophysical Union. (1992.), Vol. 73(14, spring meeting supplement) (1992)
Abstract: Abstract only. Results from contact areas ranging from 6x10⁴ m² to 7 m² were examined. Maximum indentation resistance ranged from a few kN to 25 MN. Average pressures as high as 10 to 20% of pressure melting point for test temperature were observed. Previously observed trend of decreasing pressure with increasing contact area during loading was found in many data sets, but several anomalous trends were noted.
Notes:

Eos : transactions, American Geophysical Union. Vol. 73(14, spring meeting supplement) :294 (1992).

Keywords: 624.145 -- Floating ice, engineering aspects.
624.145.1 -- Floating ice, thrust.
551.32 -- Glaciology.
551.326 -- Floating ice.
539.53 -- Ice, hardness.
E6 -- Glaciology: floating ice.
SPRI record no.: 117298

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