|Title||An In-Situ Sampling Thermal Probe|
|Author(s)||B Lyle Hansen|
Proceedings of the Second International Workshop/Symposium on Ice Drilling Technology (eds G. Holdsworth, K.C. Kuivinen and J.H. Rand), CRREL Special Report 84-34
Philberth's thermal probe concept and Aamot's pendulum steering technique have been incorporated in a new design which passes a portion of the meltwater formed at the tip of the probe through its interior where various parameters such as conductivity can be continuously monitored in high pressure cells. The telemetry system and probe design will permit the addition of other in-situ measurements.
A simple DC measurement system provides precision measurement of the ice temperature and changes in the inclination of the probe during freeze-in periods at selected depths in the ice sheet.
|Special Collections||International Workshop on Ice Drilling Technology Series, 2nd International Workshop on Ice Drilling Technology|
|Categories||Hot-Point Drills, Thermal Drilling|
|Citation||B Lyle Hansen ( 1984 ) An In-Situ Sampling Thermal Probe. Proceedings of the Second International Workshop/Symposium on Ice Drilling Technology (eds G. Holdsworth, K.C. Kuivinen and J.H. Rand), CRREL Special Report 84-34 , 119-122 .|