The article on engine icing described conditions we experienced in the 1990s while conducting a three-year multi-manufacturer-sponsored study on the topic. Using demographics, pilot interviews, experimentation and computational fluid dynamics parametric studies, we found that: the rollbacks occurred in the vicinity of thunderstorms, where ice crystals can be larger than those specified for the regulation's tests; above a certain size, ice stopped behaving aerodynamically and crossed ...
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