A Novel Method For Estimating Equivalent-Volume Ice Thickness Without Ridging Parameters
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Experienced Naval Architect approaching a PhD degree with a demonstrated history of working at the junction between industry and academia. Main fields of interest: Structural analysis, design and optimization in marine-related industries; Artificial Intelligence and Deep learning for structural design applications; Shipping and marine activities in ice-covered waters.

                       

A Novel Method For Estimating Equivalent-Volume Ice Thickness Without Ridging Parameters

For the past decades, the trend of reduction of extent and thickness of ice cover in the Arctic has been noticed. While there are numerous opposing opinions about the nature and underlying reasons behind the mechanics of this process, one thing is certain – it is happening. One of the industries that will most clearly benefit from this phenomenon is the shipping industry since lighter ice conditions in the Arctic will allow for the opening of shipping routes between the...

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