AMIL is proud to announce that a new book chapter, co-authored by four members of its team, has been published in Advances in Polymer Science. The chapter entitled Icephobicity: Definition and Measurement Regarding Atmospheric Icing has been selected to be included in the special issue Contamination Mitigating Polymeric Coatings for Extreme Environments guest edited by Douglas Berry (Boeing, Retired) and Christopher Wohl (NASA Langley Research Center). This book chapter contains key elements for the definition and the assessment of the icephobicity.
Brassard JD., Laforte C., Guerin F., Blackburn C. (2017) Icephobicity: Definition and Measurement Regarding Atmospheric Icing. In: Advances in Polymer Science. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg