|Title||Temperature Rise in Ice Cores During a Water Jet Cutting Process|
|Author(s)||S Srikanta Jois , Debendra K Das, Bruce R Koci|
Cutting ice cores by means of high pressure water jets appears to be a better technique than the conventional way of cutting by saw. In this analysis we have attempted to estimate the heating effect of the jet on the core. That is, can the warm water jet heat up the ice core so much that it may cause subsequent structural damage to the core?
|Special Collections||PICO (Polar Ice Coring Office)|
|Categories||Hot Water Drilling, Ice Cutting|
|Citation||S Srikanta Jois , Debendra K Das, Bruce R Koci ( 1990 ) Temperature Rise in Ice Cores During a Water Jet Cutting Process. PICO TR-90-03 , 1-7 .|