Canadian Company Testing Engine Core Ice Sensor

LOS ANGELES—A solid-state sensor designed to warn pilots of the danger of high-altitude engine-core icing is in development by a Canadian company and is attracting interest from aircraft and engine manufacturers. Engine-core icing occurs when ice crystals accumulate on the guide vanes and...

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