A pinch of graphene could keep airplane wings ice-free [feedly]

jueves, 28 de enero de 2016

A pinch of graphene could keep airplane wings ice-free
http://www.gizmag.com/graphene-nanoribbon-de-icing-composite/41528/

Both airplane wings and helicopter rotor blades are subject to one problem – they can both ice up. Although de-icing solutions can be applied when aircraft are on the ground, that doesn't stop ice from eventually forming once they're in the air. That's why scientists at Texas' Rice University have developed a new graphene-based coating that continuously melts ice by conducting an electrical current.

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