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Ice is a problem because it accretes on the leading edges of an airplane’s wings and tail, turning an efficient airfoil into a liftless board. Airplanes crash in icing conditions not “because the ice weighs them down,” as most nonpilots think, but because they can no longer generate lift. The hoary old solution, invented in the early 1930s, has been “boots” rubber bladders on the wings and tail that are inflated by an air pump, like a trumpeter puffing out his cheeks, to crack off the ice as it forms.
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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileBut sometimes it’s easy to forget that making technologies “smarter” can also leave them vulnerable to new, high tech risks and threats like viruses, hackers or cyber terrorists.Take the concept of smart grids, for example adding computerization to the power grid can promote greener, more efficient use of power and prevent outages caused by overloading.In such systems, already in use in some parts of North America, computers monitor and respond automatically to changes in the demand for electricity by balancing the load on the grid and the pricing of the electricity. The two way communication built into the system also allows “smart” appliances to respond to changes in pricing. Ultimately, proponents hope such systems will help support the growth of other greener technologies like electric cars and cogeneration, where heat and electricity are produced and distributed simultaneously.But it’s not all rosy and green.This isn’t a problem that’s unique to the transition from regular power grids to smart grids.