Located in Thompson, Manitoba Canada, the Global Aerospace Centre for Icing and Environmental Research (GLACIER) tests Rolls-Royce engines’ resilience to cold conditions. During the winter season here, temperatures regularly dip below 40 degrees centigrade. (For a point of reference, consider that the average winter temperature at the South Pole is around -49°C.)  But it’s not just the cold the engines must endure – the professionals at GLACIER use specialised ...

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