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Record #84682:

The effect of oscillatory loads on bearing capacity of floating ice covers / Arnold D. Kerr, Frank Donald Haynes.

Title: The effect of oscillatory loads on bearing capacity of floating ice covers / Arnold D. Kerr, Frank Donald Haynes.
Author(s): Kerr, Arnold D.
Haynes, Frank Donald.
Date: 1987.
In: Cold Regions Science and Technology. (1987.), Vol. 13(3) (1987)
Abstract: Effect of small oscillating load superimposed on large static load, e.g. vehicle with running engine parked on floating ice. Since dominant feature is fatigue of ice while undergoing non-elastic time-dependent deformations, rather than failure due to resonance, experimental study was initiated using urea ice and driving frequencies of 1, 10, and 30 Hz. Vibrating shaker increased vertical downward displacements and substantially decreased time to breakthrough.
Notes:

Cold Regions Science and Technology. Vol. 13(3) :219-224 (1987).

Keywords: 624.145.5 -- Floating ice, bearing strength.
625.89 -- Roads of special construction.
551.326 -- Floating ice.
E6 -- Glaciology: floating ice.
SPRI record no.: 84682

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