Icing Wind Tunnel Study of a Wind Turbine Blade Deicing System

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Description: To optimize the heating process and minimize energy consumption of deicing systems, Anti-Icing Materials International Laboratory (AMIL) has conducted wind tunnel tests simulating ice accretion on a wind turbine scaled blade model in its icing wind tunnel (IWT). Experimentation Severe icing events, registered at the Murdochville, Canada, meteorological station, were used to replicate realistic wind farm severe icing conditions with a liquid water content of 0.22 grams per cubic meter, MVD of 38 micrometers, air speed of eight meters per seconds, air temperature of 0 -10 C and icing event duration of 350 seconds.
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