By J. Paul Guyer

This e-book presents introductory technical assistance for civil engineers, marine engineers and different specialist engineers and development managers drawn to the bearing skill of ice sheets in chilly areas. here's what is mentioned: 1. creation, 2. BEARING capability OF ICE BLOCKS, three. BEARING potential OF FLOATING ICE SHEETS, four. ANALYTICAL tools FOR non permanent lots, five. EMPIRICAL tools FOR temporary quite a bit, 6. relocating rather a lot, 7. long term LOADS

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