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Record #88497:

Ice pressures during the impact of an ice mass / Hans R. Kivisild.

Title: Ice pressures during the impact of an ice mass / Hans R. Kivisild.
Author(s): Kivisild, Hans R.
Date: 1987.
Publisher: Ottawa: National Research Council of Canada. Associate Committee on Geotechnical Research
In: National Research Council of Canada. Associate Committee on Geotechnical Research. Technical Memorandum. (1987.), Vol. 41 (1987)
Abstract: Collision ice mass with structure creates variable contact pressures. Time average of these pressures is only a fraction of peaks and approaches unit energy to fail ice. Unit energies can be applied to determine penetrations of structures and vessels into ice features. This defines contact areas and, in its turn, maximum contact forces.
Notes:

National Research Council of Canada. Associate Committee on Geotechnical Research. Technical Memorandum. Vol. 41 :359-368 (1987).

Keywords: 624.145.1 -- Floating ice, thrust.
E6 -- Glaciology: floating ice.
SPRI record no.: 88497

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