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A/IAccident Investigation
A/IARC/INFO
A/IAccident/Incident
A/IAdsorption Isotherm
A/IAnti-Ice
A/IAircraft Inspector (also seen as AI)
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I looked up to the overhead console and confirmed that both ENG ANTI-ICE switches were off and the DE-ICE MASTER switch was in manual.
FAA regulations for known-icing-certificated anti-ice components state that "tests should be conducted that simulate inadvertent icing encounters in which the pilot may not recognize that the airplane is about to enter an icing condition and the anti-ice component may not be activated until actual ice build-up is noticed".
Once you have the engine running, turn on the system in anti-ice mode as you taxi out if you are about to depart into suspicious clouds.
The engine's anti-ice capability cannot overcome the tremendous ice-producing capability of ice fog being sucked through the high-velocity inlet of a Prowler intake.
Maintenance crews and property owners broke out an assorted arsenal of anti-ice weapons this week when freezing weather turned streets and sidewalks treacherous.
Leaving the covers on while operating the TADS will damage the day side subassembly shroud, the covers and the shroud's internal anti-ice card.
Birmingham's anti-ice operation is ready to swing into action with a gigantic pile of 7,000 tonnes of grit ready for any big freeze.
Also, the variants might be more or less suited for specific anti-ice jobs, Ben says.
Best of all, it's less expensive than an embedded anti-ice system and isn't a permanent fixture.
Tapping into the same technology used by departments of transportation (DOTs) across the country to combat icy roads, Reilly Industries has created Reilly Freeze Fighter[TM] Anti-Ice and Snow Agent, a liquid that prevents ice from forming on pavement.
Furthermore, operating the anti-ice system consumes a lot of energy.