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Record #96391:

Evaluation of state-of-the-art drilling platform ice accretion models / R.D. Brown, I. Horjen, T. Jørgensen, P. Roebber.

Title: Evaluation of state-of-the-art drilling platform ice accretion models / R.D. Brown, I. Horjen, T. Jørgensen, P. Roebber.
Author(s): Brown, R. D.
Horjen, I.
Jørgensen, T.
Roebber, P.
Date: 1988.
In: Norwegian Hydrotechnical Laboratory. Bulletin. (1988.), Vol. 28 (1988)
Abstract: Paper describes preliminary results of two icing models - ICEMOD and RIGICE - applied to pulsed spray wind tunnel experiments, with results of four platform icing cases. Time-dependent model was superior, but stationary model appeared to be susceptible of "calibration" for time dependent effects. Thickness profiles differed much from platform figures.
Notes:

Norwegian Hydrotechnical Laboratory. Bulletin. Vol. 28 :131-136 (1988).

Keywords: 519.673 -- Modelling.
551.509.58 -- Weather forecasting, icing conditions.
M -- Engineering and construction.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 96391

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