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Record #118206:

Discrete ice lens theory for frost heave beneath pipelines / J.F. Nixon.

Title: Discrete ice lens theory for frost heave beneath pipelines / J.F. Nixon.
Author(s): Nixon, J. F.
Nixon, Derick.
Date: 1992.
In: Canadian Geotechnical Journal. (1992.), Vol. 29(3) (1992)
Abstract: Theory previously developed has been extended to two-dimensional heat- and mass-flow situation beneath buried chilled pipeline. Simplifications are made by invoking quasi-static approach which enables frost-heave predictions for buried pipeline to be made with minimal computational effort. Procedure has been used to predict frost depth and heave beneath two well-documented pipeline test sections at Calgary, Canada, and Caen, France, with good agreement between prediction and observation.
Notes:

Canadian Geotechnical Journal. Vol. 29(3) :487-497 (1992).

Keywords: 624.139 -- Engineering in frozen ground.
624.139.22 -- Frost heave.
621.644 -- Pipelines.
E12 -- Glaciology: frozen ground / snow and ice engineering.
SPRI record no.: 118206

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