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Ice Load Measurement by Tactile Sensor in Model Scale Test in Relation to Rubble Ice Transport on Artic Offshore Structures
Author : Karl-Ulrich Evers and Wenjun Lu
Ice is a rather brittle material, strong in compression but weak in tension. The magnitude of ice load largely depends on the corresponding ice feature’s dominant failure modes and failure processes.Studying ice-structure interactions or icebreaking processes of icebreaking vessels require a good understanding on ice mechanics and ice failure processes.
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Article : Issue 3 - EU Hydraulic Research Infrastructure Network: Hydralab IV
Date Published : 03/10/2014
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