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Record #119590:

Some experiences in assessing aircraft anti-icing fluid under various snow conditions / A. Stamm, E.C. Chermack, M. Thomas.

Title: Some experiences in assessing aircraft anti-icing fluid under various snow conditions / A. Stamm, E.C. Chermack, M. Thomas.
Author(s): Stamm, A.
Chermack, E. C.
Thomas, M.
Date: 1992.
In: Eastern Snow Conference. Proceedings. (1992.), Vol. 49th Annual Meeting (1992)
Abstract: Plates simulating air foil surfaces were coated with several anti-icing fluids and then exposed to frozen or freezing precipitation. Condition of surface was monitored visually and with video. Concurrent observations were made of air and plate temperature, relative humidity, wind, and amount and character of precipitation. Tentative results indicate that fluids last longer when precipitation rates are low and when wind is moderate rather than light.
Notes:

Eastern Snow Conference. Proceedings. Vol. 49th Annual Meeting :31-37 (1992).

Keywords: 624.14 -- Snow and ice engineering.
624.143.36 -- Anti-freeze mixtures.
629.73 -- Aeronautical engineering.
E12 -- Glaciology: frozen ground / snow and ice engineering.
SPRI record no.: 119590

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