STRENGTH OF ICEBEGS DURING TRANSPORT
An iceberg drifting or being transported across the ocean experiences both oscillations or rigid-body responses and vibrations or elastic-body responses as the result of wave-induced dynamic loading. The magnitude of the resulting wave bending moment, shear force and roll are calculated and the strength and stability of iceberg under rough sea conditins are checked. The analysis is based upon the theory of Korvin-Kroukovsky. Different iceberg length, width and depths are considered under extreme sea conditions. In the design of mooring cable systems the plastic properties of ice and re-gelation need to be considered, metal piles and bollards are shown to move in the direction of applied force and as a result the mooring cable systems will not perform its function. Thus, either fiber ropes surrounding the iceberg can be used or the pile systems and the bollards must be manufactured from a material having poor thermal conductance.
- Proceedings of the First International Conference and Workshops on Iceberg Utilization for Fresh Water Production, Weather Modification and Other Applications, held at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, October 2-6, 1977.
Maxwell Scientific InternationalMaxwell House, Fairview Park
Elmsford, NY United States 10523
- Basmaci, Y
- Publication Date: 1977
- Pagination: p. 191
- TRT Terms: Dynamic loads; Ice; Icebergs; Loads; Physical properties; Strength of materials; Waves
- Uncontrolled Terms: Ice properties
- Old TRIS Terms: Ice strength; Wave induced loads
- Subject Areas: Marine Transportation; Materials;
- Accession Number: 00325817
- Record Type: Publication
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Apr 15 1981 12:00AM