Research Publications

Cox & Company's engineers are active in the academic field of icing physics, and our numerous patents allow us to be leaders in the ice protection industry

Engineering Research Publications

SLD simulation in the Cox Icing Wind Tunnel

        Presentation at SAE International conference

Development of the Cox Icing Research Facility

        36th Aerospace Sciences Meeting & Exhibit, Jan 12-15, 1998, Reno NV

Calibration and Recent Upgrades to the Cox Icing Wind Tunnel

        American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2008

Mixed Phase Icing Simulation and Testing at Cox Icing Wind Tunnel

        41st Aerospace Sciences Meeting & Exhibit, Jan 6-9, 2003, Reno NV

Electro-Thermal Ice Protection of a Surveillance Aircraft Radome

        34th Aerospace Sciences Meeting & Exhibit, Jan 15-18, 1996, Reno NV

Effect of Mixed Icing Conditions on Thermal Ice Protection Systems

        FAA Specialist's Workshop Mixed Phase and Glaciated Icing Conditions, Dec 2-3, 1998, Atlantic City NJ

Tunnel and Natural Icing Tests of a Helicopter Engine Cooling Bay Inlet

        39th Aerospace Sciences Meeting & Exhibit, Jan 8-12, 2001, Reno NV

Icing Analysis and Test of a Business Jet Engine Inlet Duct

        38th Aerospace Sciences Meeting & Exhibit, Jan 10-13, 2000, Reno NV

Validation of Thermal Ice Protection Computer Codes: Part 1 — Program Overview

        35th Aerospace Sciences Meeting & Exhibit, Jan 6-7, 1997, Reno NV

Validation of Thermal Ice Protection Computer Codes: Part 3 — The Validation of ANTICE

        35th Aerospace Sciences Meeting & Exhibit, Jan 6-7, 1997, Reno NV

A Hybrid Anti-icing Ice Protection System

        35th Aerospace Sciences Meeting & Exhibit, Jan 6-7, 1997, Reno NV

Thermo-Mechanical Expulsion Deicing System

        Presentation at SAE International conference

Surface Roughness Due to Residual Ice in the Use of Low Power Deicing Systems

        31st Aerospace Sciences Meeting & Exhibit, Jan 11-14, 1993, Reno NV

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