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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
22089 Sediment transport rate estimation in partially ice-covered channels
Mina Rouzegar; Shawn Clark
22090 Three-dimensional fully Lagrangian continuum-discrete modeling of river ice jam formation
Clement Billy; Ahmad Shakibaeinia; Mojtaba Jandaghian; Wael Taha; Iurii Lokhmanets; Andree Sylvie Carbonneau; Marie-Eve Larouche
22091 Investigating the dominant force distributions in ice-induced vibrations using multivariate analysis
Grant Peel; Ersegun Deniz Gedikli
22092 Physical and Numerical Modelling of Ice Jam Initiation due to River Morphological Features
Wael Taha; Andree-Sylvie Carbonneau; Marie-Eve Larouche; Ahmad Shakibaeinia; Clement Billy; Iurii Lokhmanets
22093 Predicted effects of climate change on hydropower operations for freeze-up ice jam flooding mitigation
Martin Jasek; Joel Evans
22094 Development and Verification of an Arctic Sea Route Search System
Takeshi Sugimura; Takeshi Terui; Hironori Yabuki; Hajime Yamaguchi
22095 Pack ice characterization and its effect on ice loads offshore Newfoundland
Renat Yulmetov; Jan Thijssen; Hamid Shayanfar; Mark Howell; Mike Paulin
22096 Field Measurements of Frazil Floc Properties
Chuankang Pei; Jiaqi Yang; Yuntong She; Mark Loewen
22097 Wind drift and breakdown of the ice field
Vadim Goncharov
22098 An Ontology-Based Semantic Model of Mid-Winter Breakup of Ice Cover on Canadian Rivers
Michael De Coste; Zoe Li; Ridha Khedri; Yonas Dibike

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