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Resonance method of ice destruction part 1 of 2 (icebreaking by resonance)

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Uploaded on Jan 17, 2012

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viktor_K... is inventor of icebreaking by resonance. The Resonance method of ice destruction can be used by any vehicle capable of traveling on ice cover with sufficient speed and imposing sufficient load. There have been cases of destruction of ice by flexural gravity waves (FGW) produced by moving cars, trains on railway crossings, aircraft during takeoff and landing, etc. However, at present the most appropriate vehicles for implementation of the method are amphibious hovercraft, also known as air cushion vehicles (ACV).
The primary means to break the ice cover is the icebreaker fleet. However, large energy consumption for the destruction of the ice, the inability to perform icebreaking operations in shallow waters because of the deep draught of icebreakers, and other difficulties, have prompted a search for fundamentally new ways of destruction of ice. One of them is designed byViktor Kozin author of the study: "Resonance method of destruction of ice cover"

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