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Observations on the deformation of ice at low stresses

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Title: Observations on the deformation of ice at low stresses
Creators: Dooley, Donald
Keywords: Ice deformation
Issue Date: 1964-08
Publisher: Institute of Polar Studies, The Ohio State University
Citation: Dooley, Donald. 1964. Observations on the deformation of ice at low stresses. Institute of Polar Studies Report 12. Institute of Polar Studies, The Ohio State University, 16 pages.
Series/Report no.: Report (Ohio State University. Institute of Polar Studies) ; no. 12
Abstract: Observations on the deformation of ice under low values of pure shear stress were undertaken at the Institute of Polar Studies in 1963-64. Stresses of the order of 0.04 kg/cm2 were applied to both polycrystalline and single crystal samples, the latter with the optic axis normal to the shear direction. In general, a terminal strain was observed after an immediate elastic deformation followed by an elasto-viscous yield. The numerous anomalies observed and the lack of agreement with other reports on deformation studies indicate the necessity for additional work.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/36834
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