We study the dependence of the hydrodynamic pressure induced in a liquid as a result of motion of a load of constant intensity over the floating ice cover on the flexural stiffness of ice and the character of distribution of the load over the moving region. The contribution of the deflection of ice in the vicinity of the load and the induced flexural and flexural-gravitational waves to the formation of the field of hydrodynamic pressure near the ice-water interface is estimated.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 15, 2005
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