TM 5-852-4/AFM 88-19, Chap. 4
54. Davis, R.M., Design, Construction and Performance Data of Utility Systems, Thule Air Base. CRREL Special
Report 95, 1966.
55. Davis, R.M. and Kitze, F.F., Soil Sampling and Drilling Near Fairbanks, Alaska Equipment and Procedures.
CRREL Technical Report 191, 1967.
56. Foster-Miller Associates, Inc., Final Phase I Report on an Investigation of Methods of Conveying Snow, Ice
and/or Frozen Ground from an Excavation to a Disposal Area. CRREL Internal Relort 23, 1967.
57. Development of Fundamental Concepts for the Rapid Disengagement of Frozen Soil. CRREL Technical
Report 233, 1973.
58. Frost Effects Laboratory', Addendum No. 1, 1945-1947 Report on Frost Investigation, 1944-1945. ACFEL
Technical Report 24, 1949.
59. Cold Room Studies, Interim Report 1949-1950. ACFEL Technical Report 33, 1950.
60. Cold Room Studies, Second Interim Report of Investigations, FY 1950 and 1951. ACFEL Technical Report
61. Insulation of Concrete Floor Slabs on Grade (Preliminary Report). ACFEL Miscellaneous Paper 3, 1952.
62. Frost, R.E., Evaluation of Soils and Permafrost Conditions in the Territory of Alaska by Means of Aerial
Photographs. ACFEL Technical Report 34, 1950.
63. Fyfe, T.M., Dynamic Testing of Frozen Soil Samples with an Exploding Wire System. Mathmatical Sciences
Northwest, Inc., Rpt. 68-53-1 for CRREL, 1968.
64. Gilman, G., The Freezing Index in New England. CRREL Special Report 63, 1964.
65. Displacement Method for Ground Water Observations During Freezing Periods. CRREL Internal Report 39,
66. Hoekstra, P., Chamberlain, E.J. and Frate, A., Frost-Heaving Pressures. CRREL Research Report 176,
67. Joachim, C.E., Shock Transmission through Ice and Snow. U.S. Army Waterways Experiment Station
Technical Report 1-794, 1967.
68. Kaplar, C.W., Laboratory Determination of the Dynamic Moduli of Frozen Soil and of Ice. CRREL Research
Report 163, 1969.
69. Some Strength Properties of Frozen Soil and Effect of Loading Rate. CRREL Special Report 159, 1971.
70. Moisture and Freeze-Thaw Effects on Rigid Thermal Insulations. CRREL Technical Report 249, 1974.
71. Kaplar, C.W. and Wieselquist, K., Summary Report of Laboratory Studies Performed under Projects SP 15
and SP 48, Materials in Cold Climates. CRREL Internal Report 46, 1968.
72. Kersten, M.S., Laboratory Research for the Determination of the Thermal Properties of Soils. ACFEL
Technical Report 23, 1949.
73. Kersten, M.S., and Lobacz, E.F., A Study of Building Foundations. ACFEL Miscellaneous Paper 22, 1958.
74. Kitze, F.F., Installation of Piles in Permafrost. ACFEL Miscellaneous Paper 18, 1957.
75. Linell, K.A., Use of Ice as a Load Supporting Surface. ACFEL Miscellaneous Paper 19, 1958.
76. McAnerney, J.M., Investigations of Subsurface Drainage at the BMEWS Facility, Thule, Greenland. CRREL
Special Report 111, 1968.
77. Mellor, M., Blowing Snow. CRREL Monograph III-A3c, 1965.
78. Michel, B., Ice Pressure on Engineering Structures. CRREL Monograph III-Blb, 1970.
79. Winter Regime of Rivers and Lakes. CRREL Monograph III-Bla, 1971.
80. Permafrost Division, St. Paul District, CE, Investigation of Military Construction in Arctic and Subarctic
Regions, Comprehensive Report, 1945-1948. ACFEL Technical Report 28, 1950.
81. Quinn, W.F., McAnerney, J. and Hawkes, I., Blasting Frozen Ground with Compressed Air. CRREL
Miscellaneous Publications 279, 1969.
82. Reed, R.E., Refrigeration of a Pipe Pile by Air Circulation. CRREL Technical Report 156, 1966.
83. Huck, R., Strain Gage Instrumented Piles in Permafrost. CRREL Special Report 144 (unpublished).
84. Roethlisberger, H., Seismic Exploration in Cold Regions. CRREL Monograph II-A2a, 1972
85. Application of Seismic Refraction Soundings in Permafrost Near Thule, Greenland. CRREL Technical Report
86. Sanger, F.J., Foundations of Structures in Cold Regions. CRREL Monograph III-C4, 1969.
87. Sayles, F.H., Creep of Frozen Sands. CRREL Technical Report 190, 1968.
88. Scott, R.F., Heat Exchange at the Ground Surface, CRREL Monograph II-AI, 1964.
The Frost Effects Laboratory and the Permafrost Division, U.S. Army Engineer District, St. Paul, were combined
in 1953 to form the Arctic Construction and Frost Effects Laboratory (ACFEL), U.S. Army Engineer Division, New
England, and see note 2.