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Proceedings of IWAIS 2011 - Chongqing, China


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Keynote Speeches

  • K1: Investigations on Icing Performance and De/Anti-icing Methods of Overhead Transmission Lines Based on Observations at Xuefeng Mountain Natural Icing Station
    Prof. Jiang Xingliang, College of Electrical Engineering, Chongqing University, China
  • K2: Progress Report on IEEE Standards and CIGRE Activities with Respect to Icing of Overhead Lines
    Prof. Masoud Farzaneh, University of Quebec at Chicoutimi, Canada
  • K3: Cross-fertilizing the Technologies of Atmospheric Icing on Structures and In-flight Structural Icing
    Prof. W.G. Habashi, McGill University, Montréal, Canada

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Oral Session B1

Oral Session C1

Oral Session A2

Oral Session B2

Oral Session C2

Oral Session A3

Oral Session B3

Oral Session C3

Oral Session A4

Oral Session B4

Oral Session C4

Poster Session #1

Poster Session #2

Oral Session A5

Oral Session B5

Oral Session C5

Oral Session A6

Oral Session B6

Oral Session C6

Appendix: Submitted Abstract without Submitting Full-paper


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