heavy ice

heavy ice

[′hev·ē ′īs]
(oceanography)
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Residents in the mountainous area, which sits about 350 miles west of Mexico City, reported damage to nearly 200 homes and businesses, according to AFP, and some 50 vehicles were swept away by the heavy ice and rain.
As the 2009 Bell Letter puts it, despite language that might allow for it, pilots have not been violated based on some vague forecasts about temperatures and moisture but had "very specific information" to alert them to "a substantial danger of severe icing." Those pilots were violated because the aircraft experienced heavy ice formation after the pilots "chose to continue their flights without implementing an icing exit strategy or an alternative course of action."
(2000) used aerial survey data from the western Beaufort Sea to establish that bowhead whales there were associated with moderate ice conditions and 51-2000 m depths in summer and light ice conditions and depths of less than 50 m in fall, while beluga whales were associated with moderate to heavy ice and depths greater than 200 m in summer and moderate to heavy ice and 51-2000 m depths in fall.
The antennas' robust mechanical design can withstand heavy ice, high wind and other harsh conditions.
More recently, severe cold in the northeast United States led to heavy ice conditions, impairing barge deliveries of home heating oil.
A video shared by the source also showed the heavy ice blocks hitting the ground with considerable force, driving people to take shelter.
When the conductor is with heavy ice coating (H = 30 mm), the outline of the ice-coated conductor is closer to streamlined body, so the effect of bundle space on moment coefficient becomes smaller.
Heavy ice crusts following rain are said to be having "long-term and serious" effects on about 6,000 Yamal Nenets, among the last truly nomadic reindeer herders in the Arctic.
"Whether that means we need one or two or four or 12 heavy ice breakers I'll leave that to the experts.
Contracted by Cammell Laird shipyard, Tees Components will design, manufacture, build and commission four 60-T3S-QR models of its 360deg azimuth thrusters, which will enable the polar research vessel to manoeuvre and position accurately even in heavy ice water conditions.
That's because the heavy ice building up on the edge can pull gutters away from the roofline.