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Large-Scale Hull Loading of Sea Ice, Lake Ice, and Ice in Tuktoyaktuk Harbour

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R. E. Gagnon, S. J. Jones

Institute for Marine Dynamics, National Research Council, St. John’s, NF A1B 3T5, Canada

R. Frederking

Canadian Hydraulics Center, National Research Council, Ottawa, ON K1A OR6, Canada

P. A. Spencer, D. M. Masterson

Sandwell Engineering Inc., Calgary AB T2P 3K2, Canada

J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng 123(4), 159-169 (May 17, 2001) (11 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1408941 History: Received January 25, 2001; Revised May 17, 2001
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
Topics: Stress , Ice , Failure , Lakes , Hull , Pressure , Sea ice
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Schematic diagram of the actuator/indentor assembly
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The expanded metal grid indentor used to damage the ice
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A schematic diagram showing the complete test setup, the actuators, indentor, gantry, and trench
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Finite element mesh used for deformation and stress analysis
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Finite element mesh showing elements selected for medium-sized damage zone
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Contour plot of x deformations of nodes for no-damage case and elastic modulus of 1 GPa
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Contour plots of major (a) and minor (b) principal stresses for no damage zone (elastic modulus 1 GPa)
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Contour plots of major (a) and minor (b) principal stresses for medium damage zone (damage modulus 0.01 GPa and elastic modulus 1 GPa)
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Failure stress as a function of stress rate for all tests
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Damage pressure and failure stress as a function of time for the high-speed tests. Note that the number next to a point refers to the test number, d refers to damage, and f means failure.
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Damage pressure-failure stress relation, high-speed tests—(a) data uncorrected for stress-rate, (b) data corrected for stress-rate of 10 MPa/s
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Damage pressure and failure stress as a function of time for the low-speed tests. Note that the number next to a point refers to the test number, d refers to damage, and f means failure.
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Failure stress against damage pressure relation for the low-speed tests
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Damage pressure-failure stress relation with a reduced contact area for the high-speed tests
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Thin section of the ice viewed between crossed polaroids at Tuktoyaktuk showing a large grain size of several centimeters
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Spall propagation image sequence T5f. The major feature (white V-shape) is a horizontal linear spall developing outwards from the indentor. An expansion spall (outlined) can be seen developing from a pre-existing crack some distance out from the indentor and ahead of the developing horizontal linear spall. The time between successive images is 20 ms.
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Failure stress of first-year sea ice as a function of contact area for aspect ratios from 0.3:1 to 13:1 from the Resolute tests
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Failure stress as a function of loading stress rate, for flatjack and rigid indentor loading obtained during the Phase I, Calgary, tests

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