Perspectives of using a drifting ice-resistant platform of the "north pole" type, which is under construction, as a multifunctional research complex in the arctic.

A.S. Makarov, P.V. Maksimova, V.A. Likhomanov, V.T. Sokolov, A.V. Chernov, A.V. Savitskaya

Результат исследований: Материалы конференцийтезисы

Аннотация

The ice-resistant self-propelled drifting platform (IRSPP) “North Pole” is intended for year-round complex scientific studies in high latitudes of the Arctic Ocean. In accordance with the model of use, the platform should make a long drift with duration of not less than one year together with the surrounding ice massif in the central Arctic Basin. It should replace drifting stations “North Pole”, traditionally based on drifting ice floes. The platform is a self-propelled displacement steel ship with the ice class Arc5 and hull strengthening Arc8, which allows the ship to endure multiyear ice pressures. Onboard the platform, there are 15 scientific laboratories for conducting oceanographic, hydrological, synoptic, geological and other observations. The ice-resistant platform is equipped with a system of monitoring ice loads, which makes it possible to carry out studies of the mechanics of deformation and destruction of sea ice at interaction with engineering and natural objects and is an integral component of
Язык оригиналаанглийский
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2019
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