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Collateral Icing

Collateral Icing is ice accretions that occur on aircraft surfaces other than those typically considered when aircraft certification tests use simulated ice shapes. Examples are ice feathers that accumulate on fuselage, nacelle, nacelle pylons, empennage, antennas, and wing surfaces.

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