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ICE

abbreviation for INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ENGINEERS.
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One of the most significant advances in winter-weather risk management in the past few years is the introduction of the current icing potential (CIP) and forecast icing potential (FIP) briefing products.
It's true that these conditions are less likely to result in a life-threatening ice encounter, but they are still icing conditions--something to avoid in airplanes not certificated for ice, and to be escaped from in a FIKI aircraft if accumulation begins.
Certification for flight in icing conditions has definite limits.
The FAA's definitions of known icing match these deductions, but separate known icing accretion from known icing conditions.
Bell on behalf of AOPA, writing "actual adhesion to the aircraft, rather than the existence of potential icing conditions, is the determinative factor in this definition." They also indicated that the terms "known or observed or detected ice accretion" are synonymous with "known ice."
The pilot reported that icing conditions were not forecasted or reported prior to his flight.
"The National Transportation Safety Board determines the probable cause(s) of this accident as follows: The pilot's inadvertent encounter with icing conditions during initial climb.
Also, decline circling approaches in potential icing conditions.
He eschews hard-and-fast icing rules, because "every day is different ...