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Proceedings of the 26th IAHR International Symposium on Ice (Montreal, 2022)

This collection accommodates the papers of the 26th IAHR International Symposium on Ice, which was held during June 19-23, 2022 in Montréal, Canada at the École de Technologie Supérieure (Pavilion E-Maison des Étudiants) in downtown Montréal. The Symposium covers various areas of ice research including river, lake, and sea ice, as well as their impacts on environmental ecosystems.

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ID Title Authors Year
22059 On the use of drift ice thickness statistics from a Copernicus reanalysis product for fatigue damage calculation
Vegard Hornnes; Tim C. Hammer; Knut Vilhelm Hoyland; Hayo Hendrikse; Joshua Turner
22060 Quantifying future changes to winter hydraulics and discharge potential in a large Canadian regulated river
Kevin Lees; Shawn Clark; Jarrod Malenchak; Mike Vieira
22061 Estimating melt pond depth and ice thickness using melt-pond optical properties
Hang Zhang; Peng Lu
22062 Numerical Simulation of Ice Beams Reinforced by GFRP Rebars
Yuanpeng Zheng; Tao Chen; Xianglin Gu
22063 Electromagnetic emission during compressive failure of ice
Alexei Tanurcov; Aleksey Marchenko
22064 Numerical Simulation of Under Cover Ice Transport Processes and Hanging Dam Formation
Randula Senarathbandara; Shawn Clark; Karen Dow; Kevin Lees
22065 Slush formation from snow submergence in freshwater
Vasiola Zhaka; Robert Bridges; Kaj Riska; Andrzej Cwirzen
22066 Breakup Ice Jam Floods in the Lower St. Regis River
Fengbin Huang; Hung Tao Shen
22067 Flood hazard and risk mapping to assess ice-jam flood mitigation measures
Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt; Apurba Das; Joel Trudell; Keanne Russell
22068 Toward a Fully Lagrangian Fluid-Ice-Structure Interaction with an Ice Failure Mechanism
Saeed Tavakoli; Ahmad Shakibaeinia; Najib Bouaanani

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