On the Flow and Fracture of Sea Ice: The Transition from an Anisotropic Continuum to a Granular Medium
DARTMOUTH COLL HANOVER NH THAYER SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
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The long-term goals of this research are i to better understand the mechanisms underlying the inelastic deformation of sea ice, with the aim of improving sea ice models, and ii to understand the deformation of sea ice within the larger context of the flow and fracture of brittle materials in general.
- Snow, Ice and Permafrost