Journal of Glaciology
Thayer School of Engineering
As a complement to earlier measurements on the friction of both granular fresh-water ice and S2 columnar salt-water ice, new experiments were performed on the friction of S2 columnar fresh-water ice sliding against itself at low velocities (5 × 10−7 to 5 × 10−1 m s−1) and at −10°C, using the same double-shear device as was used earlier. The results showed that under a given set of experimental conditions the kinetic coefficient of friction of S2 fresh-water ice compares favorably with that of the other two variants.The experiments also revealed friction-induced surface cracks and recrystallized grains.These deformation features are explained, respectively, in terms of fracture mechanics and an earlier model of dynamic recrystallization in ice.
Montagnat, M., & Schulson, E. (2003). On friction and surface cracking during sliding of ice on ice. Journal of Glaciology, 49(166), 391-396. doi:10.3189/172756503781830647
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Montagnat, Maurine and Schulson, Erland M., "On Friction and Surface Cracking During Sliding of Ice on Ice" (2003). Dartmouth Scholarship. 3018.