NoICE Highlights No. 1

May 20, 2020

Curious about what the project is up to? NoICE Highlights is a series of info sheets written by the partner universities describing their ongoing research, and in the first Highlight, Dr. Tech. Heli Koivuluoto at Tampere University introduces the icing research and testing conducted at Tampere University!

Open the Highlight in order to read more about the icing research and how you can measure ice accretion and ice adhesion!

NoICE Highlights about icing research and testing

NoICE Highlights No. 2

September 29, 2020

NoICE Highlights is a series of info sheets written by the partner universities describing their ongoing research. In the second highlight, Jianfeng Wang, Markus Granlöf and Jun Yu at the Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at Umeå University describes their study of the winter climate’s effects on train operations and train delays.

Open the Highlight in order to read more about their research as well as their results!

A NoICE Highlight on winter climate and train delays has been published.

NoICE Highlights No. 3

December 2, 2020

NoICE Highlights is a series of info sheets written by the partner universities describing their ongoing research. In the third highlight, project researcher Julien Walser at Novia University of Applied Sciences describes the issues associated with wintertime freezing of woodchips as well as the planned laboratory tests which will be conducted together with Tampere University.

Open the Highlight in order to read more about the research and test setup!

NoICE Highlights No. 4

May 17, 2021

NoICE Highlights is a series of info sheets written by the partner universities describing their ongoing research. In the fourth highlight, project researcher Hafiz Haq at University of Vaasa writes about their work with investigating the possibilities of using satellite data for detecting and monitoring snow and ice accretion.

Open the Highlight in order to read more about the study!