## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 4; Volume 8, Part 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1989 - Arctic regions |

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This is achieved by designing a ratedependent creep damage model for

describing the macro - scale continuum behaviour of ice and a rate -

cracking model for describing its macro - scale fracture and cracking behaviour .

The new ...

This is achieved by designing a ratedependent creep damage model for

describing the macro - scale continuum behaviour of ice and a rate -

**dependent**cracking model for describing its macro - scale fracture and cracking behaviour .

The new ...

Page 76

Total strain was assumed as the sum of an instantaneous elastic part , e , and a

time -

recoverable part , so - called delayed elastic strain , and irrecoverable part as ...

Total strain was assumed as the sum of an instantaneous elastic part , e , and a

time -

**dependent**viscous strain part . The latter was further decomposed into arecoverable part , so - called delayed elastic strain , and irrecoverable part as ...

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Schematic View of Amoco Mars Ice Island on an time -

response combined with the finite element analysis . This approach is illustrated

by a simplified numerical example which deals with the time -

settlement of ...

Schematic View of Amoco Mars Ice Island on an time -

**dependent**materialresponse combined with the finite element analysis . This approach is illustrated

by a simplified numerical example which deals with the time -

**dependent**settlement of ...

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### Contents

OFFSHORE MECHANICS | 1 |

ICE FORCES | 11 |

MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY | 24 |

Copyright | |

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analysis applied approach Arctic assumed average behaviour body calculated coefficient components compression compressive stress computed considered constant crack creep damage deformation dependent depth described determined developed diameter direction distribution effect elastic energy Engineering equation estimate experiments expression factor failure field Figure floe force fracture frequency function given grain grain boundary horizontal ice sheet iceberg impact increase initial International length limit load mass material maximum mean measured Mechanics method microcracks motion normal nucleation observed obtained Offshore operation parameters peak performed plane position predicted present pressure probability range ratio Regions relation relative Research resistance ridge samples sea ice shear ship shown shows simulation specimen strain rate strength stress structure surface Table temperature tensile tensor tests thickness toughness uniaxial vertical wave