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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
22109 On Anchor Ice Evolution and Modelling - with application to Upper Niagara River
Hung Tao Shen; Fengbin Huang; Case Vandevalk
2022
22110 Dimensionality Reduction of Multivariate Sensor Data for Estimation of Ice Load on a Real Ship
Hyobeom Heo; Jaeuk Choi; Hyeon Sik Choi; Eun-Jin Oh; Seunghwan Park
2022
22111 Evaluation of Floating Wind Turbine Platform Designs for Sea Ice Loads
Jan Thijssen; Mark Fuglem; Tony Kind; Mike Paulin
2022
22112 Regional Assessment of Iceberg Actions on Floating Offshore Wind Turbine Platforms
Paul Stuckey; Yujian Huang; Tony King; Mike Paulin
2022
22113 Ice investigations at the Nanisivik wharf: an historical retrospective
Robert Frederking
2022
22114 Evaluation of floating offshore wind turbine platforms with respect to iceberg impacts
Mark Fuglem; Hamid Shayanfar; Lei Liu; Tony King; Mike Paulin
2022
22115 Ice loading on the Nanisivik wharf over three winters; 2018-2021
Jeffrey Brown; Louis Poirier; Robert Frederking
2022
22116 A numerical simulation study of boundary-condition effects on the damage of ship grillages due to ice impacts
Robert Gagnon; Bruce Quinton; John Mackay
2022
22117 A study of the effect of crushing-platen surface shape on ice-crushing behavior
Robert Gagnon; Austin Bugden
2022
22118 Winds, Waves and Ice Formation Rates in Antarctic Coastal Polynyas
Stephen Ackley; Madison M. Smith; Peter Guest; Agnieszka Herman; Hayley Shen
2022

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