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The icing problem: current status of NACA techniques

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      • Bibliography: p. 22-25.Source: Paper presented at Ottawa AGARD Conference, 10-17 June, 1955

        StatementNational Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
        PublishersNational Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
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        LC Classifications1955
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        Paginationxvi, 80 p. :
        Number of Pages52
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To improve de-icer fluid 37. Abstract This paper reviews the background to and the current status of analyses developed to address the problem of icing on aircraft.

Ice bridging: the myth that won't die

The icing problem: current status of NACA techniques Lewis, director of aeronautical research at NACA Washington headquarters, had recommended that Rodert attach a two-foot long, unheated strut above the right wing. BuAer hired Rodert and Jones to draft specifications for the PBY-2, especially the heat transfer calculations that helped Consolidated define the thermal performance of the system.

Rodert joined the NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory LMAL in September 1936, and teamed with Alun R. This means that the boots were just as effective when they were activated 11 seconds after the start of the spray as when they were activated after a quarter-inch of ice was allowed to accrete 252 seconds on the leading edge, for the one condition tested.

One is ice bridging; the other is immediate and efficient shedding of the ice. " Douglas especially claimed they simply could not retrofit thermal ducting into their popular DC-3 and DC-4s, meaning only one-third of the total airline fleet could have hot wings by January 1948, the proposed enforcement date.

That same month, Ames outlined "preliminary design considerations" for the most complete deicing system yet, for a Curtiss-Wright C-46 Commando transport. Nominal ice thickness, either from the weather data of the site location or through its maps, show the equivalent uniform radial thicknesses t of ice due to freezing rain at a height of 33 ft 10 m over the contiguous United States for a 50-year mean recurrence interval.

3 Icing and Frosting Market Scope and Market Size Estimation 1. ISO CAP HSE ABS B. In the 1960s and 1970s, lifting body research and flight tests proved the feasibility of that concept and became contributed to the design of the space shuttle. The key is in the time between cycles. "Rodert Wins Collier Trophy"' Aeronautical Engineering, Review 7 January 1948 : 7.

I have flown many aircrafts. The experimental study was performed on a NACA 64-618 airfoil profile at the Collaborative Climatic Wind Tunnel located at FORCE Technology.