Mechanical Properties of Polycrystalline Ice View Full Text


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DATE

1980

AUTHORS

Malcolm Mellor

ABSTRACT

Ice normally exists at very high homologous temperatures, mostly above 0.9 and commonly above 0.95, and it readily displays a wide range of mechanical properties, including elasticity, nonlinear viscosity, creep rupture and brittle fracture. It is an important material in earth science and engineering, as well as being a valuable model material for exploration of general problems involving the mechanics of solids. More... »

PAGES

217-245

Book

TITLE

Physics and Mechanics of Ice

ISBN

978-3-642-81436-5
978-3-642-81434-1

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