I am going to conduct an experiment this winter on how water freezes. I will take several bottles of glass and fill them various levels. What I want to determine is how ice moves and whether it will break bottles only if there is not enough air space remaining. Whether a 1/2 full bottle will move the ice upwards and spare the glass from breaking. And to how full I can fill the bottle before it does break under various cold winter temperatures.
I have seen in past where a cola aluminum bottle expanded completely outwards but it did not burst. I have seen milk jugs full of water frozen and yet the plastic was resilient enough to not burst on some but others shattered.
If anyone has information already on how ice moves in a container, please direct me to such a website.
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