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From 2007 to 2008, a series of model tests were performed to observe the ice failure before wide conical structures. The variable testing parameters include the water line diameter of the model cone and ice speed. When D / h > 25, the failures of ice wedges around the cone start to behave...
Spatial estimation of snow water equivalent SWE at six different dates from February 1st to June 1st is tackled using Kriging from a sparse network of 14 snow stakes with density within the Adamello Natural Park of Italy. Therein, SWE is measured at these six dates for the period 1967–2009....
The basic concepts and operating principles of SWIPS (Shallow Water Ice Profiling Sonar) measurements in freezing rivers are outlined and described with reference to ongoing BC Hydro ice- and flow monitoring programs in the Peace River. Emphasis is given to identifying the nature of the measured...
Results from 2004–2008 BC Hydro SWIPS (Shallow Water Ice Profiling Sonar) monitoring programs on the Peace River are presented and analyzed with respect to their content of information on the properties and behaviour of frazil ice suspended in water column. Strong distinctions were made in...
This paper presents the findings of a laboratory investigation of the effects of freeze–thaw, and sulfuric acid and quicklime amendment on Suncor mature fine tailings (MFT) post-thaw geotechnical behaviour and soil micro and macro-fabric. This paper gives the results of a consolidation test...
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