State of the Art Review of Atmospheric Icing Sensors
A state of the art review of atmospheric icing sensors is presented in this article, in order to understand their design and working principle for future developments. It is found that most atmospheric icing sensors which are capable of delivering maximum information are based upon direct measurement of the physical properties (electrical or mechanical) of atmospheric ice. Some field measurements and cold climate design constraints are also discussed. This discussion leads to either improve the performance of existing sensors and to develop a hybrid sensory unit for improved performance and detailed information delivery. Copyright © 2016 IFSA Publishing, S. L.
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