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Icelab

What happens when floating ice comes into contact with wind turbines? In the ice lab at CEG, Hayo Hendrikse and Cody Owen analyse these ice crystals at a temperature of -20 degrees Celsius to determine how ice deforms and breaks around structures such as wind turbines. Thanks to their models, wind turbines are built to be strong enough to keep on turning for our green energy, even during very cold winters.

 

Icelab

What happens when floating ice comes into contact with wind turbines? In the ice lab at CEG, Hayo Hendrikse and Cody Owen analyse these ice crystals at a temperature of -20 degrees Celsius to determine how ice deforms and breaks around structures such as wind turbines. Thanks to their models, wind turbines are built to be strong enough to keep on turning for our green energy, even during very cold winters.