deicing

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deicing

[dē′īs·iŋ]
(engineering)
The removal of ice deposited on any object, especially as applied to aircraft icing, by heating, chemical treatment, and mechanical rupture of the ice deposit.

deicing

Removing ice from aircraft by mechanical, thermal, electrical, or chemical means.
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All three S-92s will be equipped with improved anti-icing systems and onboard radar.
Testing included windshield heat and anti-icing systems, mechanical systems operations, avionics functional checks and electrical system testing.
Following the successful installation on I-35 West in Minneapolis, we've moved out of the research phase and have accepted anti-icing systems as a technology that we will use again in the future.
On Interstate 35, the department installed an automated anti-icing system on a 594-meter (1,950-foot), eight-lane bridge near downtown Minneapolis.
In November 2003, the V-22 Osprey program began testing the aircraft's deicing and anti-icing systems in Canada.
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has ordered that all DC-9-80 and MD-88 aircraft be outfitted with anti-icing systems on the wings.
is a leading manufacturer of energy-absorbing highway crash cushions, truck-mounted attenuators, bridge anti-icing systems, flexible post delineators and other transportation safety products.
Henderson offers a complete, fully integrated line of products that include specialized truck bodies, snow plows, sand and salt spreaders, liquid de-icing systems and preventative anti-icing systems.
The benefits of Intelsat type-approved antennas and anti-icing systems for use on the Intelsat system are: guaranteed acceptance for operation on Intelsat systems, an assurance of superior performance, and faster and more cost-effective implementation by eliminating the requirement for field-verification testing and lowering commissioning costs.
9-meter ESA anti-icing system can also be added to these antennas to prevent the formation of ice on the main reflector's surface.
An advanced version of the Groundhog(R), the RTWIN(TM)(Roadway Traffic and Weather Information Networks), measures road surface conditions such as temperature and can be used in conjunction with highway anti-icing systems.
Aircraft 9002 is deployed to evaluate and test all onboard systems, and is presently engaged in pressurization, environmental control system and anti-icing systems testing.