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Guidelines for Meteorological Icing Models, Statistical Methods and Topographical Effects

Atmospheric icing is a complex phenomenon involving many basic processes affected by large variations over time and space and influenced by topography. The brochure attempts to provide guidelines to overhead line designers with respect to icing models and statistical methods including topographical effects. These guidelines are generally provided from a meteorological point of view with relevant background material.

File Size: 5,8 MB

Pages NB: 116

Study Committee:  B2 ?

WG (TF): WG B2.16

Year: 2006

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