2 edition of Dynamic ice structure interaction found in the catalog.
Dynamic ice structure interaction
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|Series||VTT publications -- 90., VTT julkaisuja -- 90.|
|Contributions||Valtion teknillinen tutkimuskeskus.|
|The Physical Object|
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One-Dimensional Viscoelastic Simulation of Ice Behaviour in relation to Dynamic Ice Action. BACKGROUND. Ice action is one of the key issues when designing an Arctic offshore or coastal structure. Ice-structure interaction is a complicated dynamic process, affecting by many different processes. When ice is. By monitoring dynamic changes in the centrosome-cilium protein interaction landscape during ciliogenesis, we also identify satellite proteins that support cilia formation. Systematic profiling of proximity interactions combined with functional analysis thus provides a rich resource for better understanding human centrosome and cilia by:
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The analysis was in this case made for three ice thicknesses: thin ice (– m), late winter ice (– m) and rafted ice (– m). The model developed for the Confederation Bridge was adjusted to match the details of the Kemi structure and the local by: To study dynamic ice-structure interaction during crushing failure of ice, indentation tests were conducted by pushing a vertical, flat indentor into the edges of floating ice sheets.
The indentor was supported on three load cells to measure interaction forces at the by: A qualitative model of the breaking behaviour of an ice cover against an inclined structure and subsequent movement of the broken ice slabs is presented.
The various force components resulting from the assumed ice behaviour are identified, physical models Cited by: 9.
The physical mechanisms of ice-structure interactions are physically related to phase changes, ice micro-structure, the rheology and strength of ice, properties of contact interaction of ice with different materials, properties and behaviour of structures under the loading, and the driving forces applied to the ice when it.
Soil-Structure Interaction in Levees with Cutoff Walls Founded on Liquefiable Soils Authors: tael, sopoulos-Zekkos Source: Geotechnical Engineering for Infrastructure and Development, 1 Jan (–). dynamic ice-structure interaction.
Special efforts were made to study how the structural stiffness, damping and the displacement at the ice level influence the File Size: KB.
Dynamic Ice-Structure Interaction Definition The dynamic ice structure interaction means that both the ice and the structure interact through the contact process, and that the action of each party changes the dynamic state of the other. Quite evident is the driving energy of ice storing into the kinetic and elastic.
The structure and test set-up is shown in Fig. 1.A video camera was installed on the top of the deck to measure ice speed.
Ice forces were measured by the ice load panels which were mounted on the ice acting area by two layers ().As the ice load panels contain twelve independent segments, it was possible to distinguish local ice forces and to see whether the ice sheet fails simultaneously on Cited by: A new modal pushover analysis approach for soil–structure interaction Authors: Amir M.
Halabian, Mohammad M. Zafarani Source: Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Structures and Buildings, VolumeIssue 3, 1 Mar (–)Cited by: 3. Numerical applications for ice-structure interaction Current and past numerical modelling for ice‐structure interaction: Phenomenological modelling of dynamic ice‐structure interaction, by: Kärnä ‐VTT Finland / Huang & Liu ‐CAS China Ice‐structure interaction between ships and broken ice, by.
A Dynamic Model for Ice-Induced Vibration of Structures Non-simultaneous ice-structure interaction models have been developed based on Matlock model (Hendrikse et al., ;Yu and Karr, The interaction between ice sheets and offshore structures is of key importance in the design of offshore platforms in the Arctic.
Unfortunately, due to the complexity of ice material the use of small-scale experiments is problematic if one aims at drawing some conclusions about the forces exerted on large-scale structures such as oil by: Water - Water - Structures of ice: In the solid state (ice), intermolecular interactions lead to a highly ordered but loose structure in which each oxygen atom is surrounded by four hydrogen atoms; two of these hydrogen atoms are covalently bonded to the oxygen atom, and the two others (at longer distances) are hydrogen bonded to the oxygen atom’s unshared electron pairs.
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the interaction between ice cover and conical offshore structures, the discrete element method (DEM) is introduced to determine the dynamic ice loads. Introduction to Dynamics of Structures 2 Washington University in St.
Louis One degree of freedom We can model the building shown in figure 1 as the simple dynamically equivalent model shown in figure 3a. In this model, the lateral stiffness of the columns is modeled by the spring (k), the damping is modeled by the shock absorber (c) and.
Structural dynamics is a type of structural analysis which covers the behavior of a structure subjected to dynamic (actions having high acceleration) loading. Dynamic loads include people, wind, waves, traffic, earthquakes, and structure can be subjected to dynamic loading.
Dynamic analysis can be used to find dynamic displacements, time history, and modal analysis. Analytical Model for Ice-Structure Interaction. In an effort to predict ice-structure interaction, a simple mechanism is proposed.
The structure is represented by a spring-mass system and the ice is replaced by a succession of elastic-brittle elements which impinge on the structure at a rate determined by the relative motion between the ice and the by: Dynamic Analysis.
Chapter Dynamic Analysis using Mode Superpositione. Chapter 14 Calculation of Stiffness and Mass Orthogonal Vectors.
Chapter 15 Dynamic Response using the the response Spectrum Method. Chapter Soil-Structure Interaction. Chapter. () Pilot study of ice-structure interaction in a pendulum accelerator.
Proceedings - International Conference on Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic Conditions. vol. January. Part of book. The continuous ice crushing on the columns and thereby the dynamic ice-structure interaction may usually happen during the ice season resulting in sustained violent vibrations of the structures.
The paper first introduces the ice-induced vibration analysis of the suction foundation platform by using the self-excited vibration theory.
The aim of this study is to simulate the ice fixed-structure interaction by using the cohesive zone element to model the ice. In order to get the correct boundary condition, fluid-structure interaction was employed to account for the buoyancy forces acting on the floating ice floe.Use of the Dynamic Interactional Model in Self-Care and Motor Intervention After Traumatic Brain Injury: Explanatory Case Studies American Journal of Occupational Therapy, Cited by: 7.The process of interaction of sea ice and a pier column structure was studied by using analogue simulation method in the paper, and the dynamic ice force acting on the pier column structure was achieved.
Combining with theory analysis, it modified the dynamic ice force model suggested by Croteau. The results showed that the loading stiffness suggested by Croteau is too big to use in the Author: Bo Song, Fu Qiang Qi, Jin Cheng Wu.