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Record #146668:

Structural analysis of DEW Line station DYE-2, Greenland / Michael R. Walsh, Herbert T. Ueda.

Title: Structural analysis of DEW Line station DYE-2, Greenland / Michael R. Walsh, Herbert T. Ueda.
Author(s): Walsh, Michael R.
Ueda, Herbert T.
Date: 1998.
In: CRREL Report. (1998.), Vol. 98-3 (1998)
Abstract: Station was moved 64 m in 1982, but settlement problems and associated stresses still plagued site. Station tilted towards warm corner, where large volume of water accumulated. Attempt to lower stress and straighten columns was only partially successful, and station was abandoned in 1988. New South Pole station will also be steel on multiple columns, with monitoring of conducted heat, liquid water from ruptured utilities and meltwater from warm surfaces.
Notes:

CRREL Report. Vol. 98-3 :1-23 (1998).

Keywords: 69(211) -- Building construction in cold regions.
697.133 -- Buildings, heat transmittance and losses.
M -- Engineering and construction.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 146668

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