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ICE

abbreviation for INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ENGINEERS.
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It also marked the earliest ice formation on the river since Dec.
As is mentioned, ice formation in cells could lead to significant deterioration in cell performance and durability.
However, understanding the factors that influence ice formation within clouds is a major unsolved and pressing problem and an important missing piece in our understanding of past, present-day, and future climate that is highlighted in the 2013 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report (Boucher et al.
"The ice had cracked and the wind had blown it all to one side only for it to re-freeze in a quite spectacular jagged ice formation. Many people had stopped to look at this.
The CDD sounded the sirens on Tuesday evening at 6pm and Wednesday morning to warn the public regarding the ice formation. Since severe winter conditions can hit suddenly, the department said that the siren system will remain in use to update the public on the weather conditions.
Insulated to prevent ice formation at lower temperatures and ensure homogeneity, the device enables stable, consistent temperature control (+/-0.1 C) of biological samples in a range of standard and custom formats.
Because they are so small and sensitive to damage, the nephrons of the kidney must be very carefully cryopreserved so as to avoid freezing and thawing damage from ice formation. When the nephrons are damaged, one way to notice this damage is to observe a high level of creatinine in the blood.
They are: "Atmospheric conditions in which the formation of ice is observed or detected in flight." The AIM notes that even an observed icing report "does not assure the presence or intensity of icing conditions at a later time, nor can a report of no icing assure the absence of icing conditions at a later time." This note is particularly interesting in light of FAA legal defining known icing conditions as "circumstances where a reasonable pilot would expect a substantial likelihood of ice formation on the aircraft based upon all information available to the pilot."
The single-aisle Airbus jet, operated as QZ8501 by Malaysia-based AirAsia's Indonesia affiliate, appears to have flown into a storm cloud, with its engines possibly affected by ice formation, researchers from the Indonesia weather office wrote in a report, citing meteorological data from the flight's last known location over the Java Sea.
Along with showing how ice forms in the root, the images revealed that ice formation in the crown is limited to its lowest and uppermost parts, apparently leaving the middle free of ice--at least free from crystals big enough to visualize.
This ice formation problem causes loss of thrust in engines at high altitude as the crystals form right behind the front fan and impede air flow, which is necessary for thrust.
Our coating is being used on areas of tunnels, such as the shaft eyes, for reduction of ice formation. After favorable results from the initial phase, this second phase of the project is being done over more locations to enlarge the size of the sampling.