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Record #125659:

Ice force interaction effects in multi-legged conical structures / Mauri Määttänen.

Title: Ice force interaction effects in multi-legged conical structures / Mauri Määttänen.
Author(s): Määttänen, Mauri.
Date: [1993]
Publisher: Edmonton, Alberta: University of Alberta, Department of Civil Engineering
In: IAHR 92; 11th International Symposium on Ice, Banff, Alberta, Canada, June 15-19, 1992. Proceedings. ([1993]), Vol.3.
Abstract: Downward or upward breaking cones, with slope of 61°, were pushed so that fine-grained model ice (scale 1:25) was broken. Parameters were ice velocity, spacing of cones and direction angle of cone pattern in relation to ice movement. Results and implications in full-scale applications are discussed: e.g. to extend operation of jack-up platform in marginal ice zone, legs can be furnished with conical sections to reduce ice loads.
Notes:

In: IAHR 92; 11th International Symposium on Ice, Banff, Alberta, Canada, June 15-19, 1992. Proceedings. Vol.3. / International Association for Hydraulic Research.

Keywords: 624.145 -- Floating ice, engineering aspects.
624.145.1 -- Floating ice, thrust.
622.242.42 -- Offshore drilling platforms.
E12 -- Glaciology: frozen ground / snow and ice engineering.
SPRI record no.: 125659

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