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Research Progress of Sea Ice Fracture Characteristics by Wave in Bohai Sea

DOI: 10.12677/AMS.2015.24009, PP. 65-72

Keywords: 冰边缘区,海冰断裂,波浪,模型试验
Marginal Ice Zone
, Sea Ice Fracture, Wave, Model Test

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The marginal ice zone in Bohai Sea is the area where human economic activities concentrate. The marginal ice zone is extending with global climate warming, and the dynamic condition in this area becomes more complex. The predictions of the ice condition and wave condition in the marginal ice zone are raised more requirements. The sea ice fracture by the wave is the main process that the sea ice shape forms in the marginal ice zone. The review of the research on the sea ice fracture characteristics by the wave was performed. According to different research methods, the research progress and problems existing of the in-situ test, the model test, and the numerical simulation were discussed. At present, the numerical simulation development exceeded the in-situ test and the model test one, so the numerical simulation was lack of the support of the basic test data. In future, more basic tests need to be progressed to analyze the sea ice fracture mechanism by the wave.


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