Why do PILOTS DEICE? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE


  • Am Vor year

    Captain JoeCaptain Joe

    Dauer: 9:05

    Get 10% off & a free trial of Squarespace at squarespace.com/captainjoe
    INSTAGRAM FLYWITHCAPTAINJOE: goo.gl/TToDlg
    MY WEBSITE: goo.gl/KGTSWK
    ►STAY INFORMED: goo.gl/ByheuP ◄
    NEW FACEBOOK PAGE: goo.gl/heUKGb
    ---------------------------------
    ▼▼My FLIGHT-KIT I highly recommend for you guys▼▼
    MY HEADSET: amzn.to/2CrTrzz
    MY SUNGLASSES: amzn.to/2VY6FNo
    MY PILOT BAG: amzn.to/2DiWKux
    Company iPad: amzn.to/2W1zM2n
    ▼▼The VIDEO EQUIPMENT I use in my studio and outdoors▼▼
    MY CAMERA: amzn.to/2T1VK3g
    LIGHTING: amzn.to/2szSRv4
    IN-FLIGHT RECORDINGS: amzn.to/2VY7A0g
    ----------------------------------
    Dear friends and followers welcome back to my channel! Today´s video is another interesting topic regarding winter operation. Why do aeroplanes have to be deiced prior take-off? A lot of passengers underestimated how important it is to deice the critical surface of the aeroplane, such as the wings, flight control surfaces such as ailerons, slat and flaps rudders, vertical and horizontal stabilizer.
    On the ground, when there are freezing conditions and precipitation, de-icing an aircraft is crucial. A lot of passengers underestimated how important it is to deice as frozen contaminants cause critical control surfaces to be rough and uneven, disrupting smooth air flow and greatly degrading the ability of the wing to generate lift, and increasing drag.
    If larger pieces of ice separate when the aircraft is performing a take-off run, they can be ingested into engines intakes or hit propellers and cause catastrophic failure.
    Frozen contaminants can lock or jam control surfaces, preventing them from moving properly.
    But there is a major difference between De-icing and Anti-Icing an aircraft.
    De-icing is defined as removal of snow, ice or frost from a surface. Anti-icing is understood to be the application of chemicals that not only de-ice, but also remain on a surface and continue to delay the reformation of ice for a certain period of time, better known as the hold-over time (HOT), or prevent adhesion of ice to make mechanical removal easier.
    I´ll shortly mention the aerodynamic characteristics, regarding airplane stall speeds, in case an airplane wing is covered with thin ice.
    DEFINITION OF A STALL:
    Stalls in fixed-wing flight are often experienced as a sudden reduction in lift as the pilot increases the wing's angle of attack and exceeds its critical angle of attack (which may be due to slowing down below stall speed in level flight). A stall does not mean that the engine(s) have stopped working, or that the aircraft has stopped moving - the effect is the same even in an unpowered glider aircraft.

    I hope you enjoy this video! And I would also like to thank @photoaleksi (Instagram) for the outstanding thumbnail picture. And all others helping with their videos and support!
    Thanks for watching, all the best your "Captain" Joe
    Background track:
    Stellardrone - Airglow goo.gl/X3SffS
    Outro Song:
    Joakim Karud & Dyalla - Wish you were here goo.gl/kJ9pef
    ALL COPYRIGHTS TO THIS VIDEO ARE OWNED BY FLYWITHCAPTAINJOE.COM ANY COPYING OR ILLEGALLY DOWNLOADING AND PUBLISHING ON OTHER PLATFORMS WILL FOLLOW LEGAL CONSEQUENCES

    airplane deicing  captain joe  airplane deicing fluid  airplane deicing cost  airplane deicing equipment  zfnhva  airplane deicing chemical  airplane deicing process  aircraft deicing fluid disposal  airplane deicing fluid recovery systems  airplane stall speeds  airplane crash  how to become a pilot  pilot tutorial  aviation facts  pilot facts  airplane ice  frost  snow  rime ice  clear ice  aircraft deicing holdove  

Michael Mccarthy
Michael Mccarthy

Be wise, lose the ice! New matto....

Vor Tag
clexis14
clexis14

Deicing provided me with one hell of a flight experience a couple years ago. So where I live we had the worst winter on record a couple years ago. I was flying out around that time and they had to keep the plane running to keep it warm. So we were delayed getting on the flight. When we finally boarded we had to go through the deicing process twice. Once the deicing was done the pilot realized there wasn't enough fuel to get to our destination (which is crazy because I was only flying across the state and my state isn't that big) so we had to go back to the gate and refuel. We took off about the same time we were supposed to land. Yeah it was a really short flight. But still. Very frustrating morning.

Vor 6 Tage
Rob Tech
Rob Tech

Have you been to sweden?

Vor 9 Tage
Barb at Loose nut productions
Barb at Loose nut productions

I remember, sitting in a jetliner at Detroit's Metropolitan airport while the ground crew was deicing the plane. Much to my amusement, the deicing solution looked like slightly melted orange sherbet! 😁🍊🍧

Vor 10 Tage
Jonathan B
Jonathan B

I've seen the duration of deicing vary based on the type and amount of ice. Had the first flight out of Cleveland and it took quite a while to get the plane clean from the overnight storm. Only seen type 4 once, didn't know exactly what it was at the time but I knew it had to be for more extreme weather. It was crazy to see it stick to the plane through most of the take off.

Vor 20 Tage
TM Shadow
TM Shadow

Time for new glasses. I read "Why do pilots decide" then I was like "Oh I don't know. Did I read this right" until I heard you say "DEICE" I was like "Makes more sense"

Vor 25 Tage
JewelBlueIbanez
JewelBlueIbanez

Why do planes need to be de-iced? Because ice makes planes crash. As a Canadian in western Canada, I have no problems with delays caused by de-icing.

Vor 27 Tage
elite falcon gaming
elite falcon gaming

This is a really cool channel you give a lot of good information about flying that makes traveling on a plane more fun for me

Vor 29 Tage
ragnarok 356
ragnarok 356

A sheet of ice that as thick a piece of paper over the wing could bring it down

Vor Monat
Frank Camilleri
Frank Camilleri

WHY DOES Capt Joe have only 3 stripes???

Vor Monat
Aaishah Mulla
Aaishah Mulla

best explanation if you need training before hand he is the best guy to learn from explains everything deeply that i get it instantly

Vor 2 Monate
Hemant Thakur
Hemant Thakur

Nice

Vor 3 Monate
Michał P
Michał P

what is static port?

Vor 3 Monate
erikk77
erikk77

I think I'll wait till summer.

Vor 4 Monate
PILOT MOMENTS
PILOT MOMENTS

Lovely video joe

Vor 4 Monate
Brian Denver
Brian Denver

What are the static ports for?

Vor 4 Monate
AVS Tech Channel
AVS Tech Channel

AT 4:37 The Aircraft's Registration was G-CJOE󾓪 "JOE" Anyway , Excellent way of Explanation

Vor 4 Monate
Gaming tutorial Nandan
Gaming tutorial Nandan

Joe please I am one of your channel subscribe I want to learn about flare

Vor 4 Monate
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

AND, DON'T FORGET THE THE IBF NOTAM?

Vor 5 Monate
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE GNU AND GENU-SO, THE EXPRESS?

Vor 5 Monate
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

OKAY IN 2013 IT A WAIT OF 10 MINS PER DEGREE

Vor 5 Monate
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

FOR EVERY 10 MIN YOU HAVE TO WAIT 20 MINUTES-2013?

Vor 5 Monate
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

OKAY OVERSEAS

Vor 5 Monate
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

WHAT DOES TYPE 4 GOOD FOR

Vor 5 Monate
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

DUER SWITCH IS WHERE-ON THE ROOF OF CENTER COLUMN

Vor 5 Monate
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

NOTAM ICR

Vor 5 Monate
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

WELL IACO EUROPE-.DEIC

Vor 5 Monate
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue
academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

ADVISORY LIST 120 CONTAINS THE AC IN RE USA- IT IS CALLED A Dod DOCUMENT

Vor 5 Monate
Robin7654
Robin7654

Englisch is not my first language. i read "why do pilots dice". got me a little concerned.

Vor 5 Monate
WhatnotSoforth
WhatnotSoforth

Interesting effect of accumulated rough ice on the flight surfaces increasing drag. I'd love to see papers describing this. I met a glider pilot several years ago who discovered a curious effect that mimics the aerodynamics of a golf ball. What he did was affix duct tape in many layers to the leading edge and underside of the wing, creating a sort of step or terrace form. He discovered that it actually decreased drag and he was able to fly longer. I'm kicking myself for not remembering his name or being able to cite his paper, but it's interesting because the same effect should be roughly the same under certain icing conditions on the wing surfaces. Of course this doesn't assume the negative effects of the high density of ice for weighing down the wings and definitely not for its effect on control surfaces or their actuation. But it was a very curious thing and this video made me think of it.

Vor 5 Monate
Fusinolmatic
Fusinolmatic

Captain Joe could you make a Video about for example you Flying a Boeing 747-700 at British Airways and you gonna switch to a different Airline do you still get the flight hours on that plane? And does they count at the other Airline or do you have to do again 1000 Flight hours?

Vor 5 Monate
bruh 1
bruh 1

Why are the tubes or flaps Not heated?

Vor 5 Monate
RogueWraith909
RogueWraith909

Oooohh... De-Ice... not Deice...

Vor 5 Monate
FalcoGer
FalcoGer

it's common in long flights that the fuel in the wingtanks with it's high thermal capacity cools down to temperatures well below freezing. then after landing, the icy fuel will cause the surface of the wing to cool, causing condensation and ultimately icing, even in warm weather.

Vor 5 Monate
FalcoGer
FalcoGer

If I want to make my own website, I'll use VisualStudio and asp.net.

Vor 5 Monate
suresh chowdary
suresh chowdary

On which flight do you work

Vor 5 Monate
Mayank Dawar
Mayank Dawar

Hey captain would you please tell me what subjects are important to become a pilot?

Vor 5 Monate
Adara Teran-Roldan
Adara Teran-Roldan

Can plane exteriors be heated (like heated floors) so de icing isn’t necessary?

Vor 5 Monate
MrBlackhawk49
MrBlackhawk49

No idea why I'm here, i have absolutly nothing to do with aviation :? But this is pretty interesting

Vor 6 Monate
R_CADEIOUS
R_CADEIOUS

5:05 rip air tran

Vor 6 Monate
Mikuzu
Mikuzu

I wish joe was my uncle

Vor 6 Monate
Beautiful Bird
Beautiful Bird

I thought it said why do Pilots *Decide*.

Vor 6 Monate
Ishaan kedar
Ishaan kedar

In you’re other videos you said that the planes have Their own De icing systems so can’t they Deice during taxi.

Vor 7 Monate
littlehunter
littlehunter

Love your channel, you make all those details interesting to listen to. Keep up with the good work :D

Vor 7 Monate
Doc Dat
Doc Dat

Simple because the plain is cold so it gets warmed up and get a cup of Punsch and Glühwein and type 4 is made from slimers ectoplasm

Vor 7 Monate
Alexandru Marguta
Alexandru Marguta

AOA frozen lead to the crash of XL Airways 888T.

Vor 8 Monate
Nc Sahu
Nc Sahu

Beautifully explained. Thank you Mr.Joe, the loving captain

Vor 8 Monate
Uhli712
Uhli712

Hey Joe, gutes und anschauliches Video . :D Könnte ich ein paar Screenshots aus deinem Video für eine Präsentation in der Schule verwenden ?

Vor 8 Monate
cecchinosniper
cecchinosniper

If the fluid is toxic, why are the guys applying it not wearing masks of any type and/or any other kind of protective gear that would be useful in this situation?

Vor 8 Monate
Daniel Shany
Daniel Shany

What is the engine bleed?

Vor 8 Monate
Susq
Susq

haha 5:55 hey that s austrian airlines xD

Vor 9 Monate
dhaval ukani
dhaval ukani

why not aeroplanes gets ice formations while they fly over 30000 feet where's temperature below 0-degree Celcius?

Vor 9 Monate
JAY VASSANTH
JAY VASSANTH

captain Joe could you please explain about ditching of planes

Vor 9 Monate
NIKLAS BJÖRLING
NIKLAS BJÖRLING

Hi Joe! Is it possible that the inspection will miss ice spots sometimes? and if that is the case and you see some small ice patches from the window, should you notify the cabin crew?

Vor 9 Monate
jesus mathias
jesus mathias

De-iced

Vor 9 Monate
Random gamer
Random gamer

This is useless because every person knows what de ice is!

Vor 10 Monate
Christina Ward
Christina Ward

Best pilot ever captain joe

Vor 10 Monate
N English
N English

So they spray them with antifreeze.

Vor 10 Monate
Taz Baz
Taz Baz

Why are some flights so hot when you board it?

Vor 10 Monate
Flex Jet
Flex Jet

Is it important to apply de-icing to protect for take off only or to protect for inflight climb and cruise? Do we care about the fluid treatment maintaining its protection duration during known icing conditions In flight?

Vor 10 Monate
pranshu.k bhalodi
pranshu.k bhalodi

Hey Joe could you help me on c cas on a 380 cause it's almost my first day on it

Vor 10 Monate
nightcon20
nightcon20

type 1 deice is also found in coke cola products

Vor 11 Monate
yash ganatra
yash ganatra

Joe why do pilots land from the back why can't they just land from the front and back together

Vor 11 Monate
Hackbard Celine
Hackbard Celine

Hi Joe, nice Video and awesome channel! You really seem to know your stuff and love your job. Since the same applies to me; I just have to nitpick on a small detail... Pure Propylenglycol is not a toxic substance. Not even a dangerous good when transported. It is in fact classified as a food additiv and pharmaceutical excipient. Just my 2¢ worth... keep up the great work- and fly safe!

Vor 11 Monate
Pops orchids
Pops orchids

Excellent explanation. Thanks so much

Vor 11 Monate
Azahari Daut
Azahari Daut

you should have 4 lines on your shoulder rather than 3

Vor year
Ozan Akdag
Ozan Akdag

No, he's a First Officer.

Vor year
R M
R M

Very nicely explained. Can you please make a video on different kinds of ice and how they are formed. Example: Frost, Hoar frost, Glaze ice, Rime Ice, Clear ice, Mixed ice, freezing Rain and Hail.

Vor year
Abhilash Kothari
Abhilash Kothari

Hi Captain Joe, thanks for this great explanation. I was wondering doesn't the wings accumulate ice at flying altitudes where temperatures are so low

Vor year
Ozan Akdag
Ozan Akdag

Yes, they do, but most of the time, it is not dangerous. It will only be dangerous if ice forms on the leading edges of the wing. Here's a video of ice on the wing during high altitudes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIpZupfP-LM&t=147s

Vor year
Ritvik Vaishnav
Ritvik Vaishnav

What happens to the aircraft after landing on water in case of an emergency?

Vor year
Jake Holmes
Jake Holmes

Captain joe what was your favourite plane

Vor year
vivek
vivek

You are not only best pilot.. But human also

Vor year
Couchsurfing band
Couchsurfing band

Dear Captain Joe, thank you for the videos you make. In a structured and fairly easy way you explain an avation topic. My questions is why the anti icing system (with bleed air from the jet engines) not used instead of de-icing procedure.

Vor year
HAPPY HANDSOME
HAPPY HANDSOME

Very good information..... Loved to learn....

Vor year
Orson's
Orson's

its was my long time doubt.............. now cleared thanks Captain..... Ah Ah Sir....

Vor year
Sifatullah Alk
Sifatullah Alk

Can raining affect the airplane if so how?

Vor year
Aimee Ward
Aimee Ward

Thanks for explaining this in more detail. I used to have a friend who was a pilot for Jet Blue, and he explained to me that if a plane has a certain amount of ice it flat out can't fly.

Vor year
Quienbotin
Quienbotin

Whoever is asking these questions does not have a functioning brain

Vor year
Luke Dawson
Luke Dawson

2:27 had that one time and had to wait 45mins for it all to be de-iced (note I was on an Airbus A320)

Vor year
Andrea M
Andrea M

BE WISE: DE-ICE.

Vor year
Carlton
Carlton

Thanks captain joe !!!!!!!

Vor year
Gazaly Samsadeen
Gazaly Samsadeen

Hi Joe nice video. small suggestion... pls try to avoid shadows behind your wall. it's disturbing.

Vor year
Carl FortniteRoblox
Carl FortniteRoblox

if you hate reading the descriptions of videos, this is what he said for those who couldnt hear: Dear friends and followers welcome back to my channel! Today´s video is another interesting topic regarding winter operation. Why do aeroplanes have to be deiced prior take-off? A lot of passengers underestimated how important it is to deice the critical surface of the aeroplane, such as the wings, flight control surfaces such as ailerons, slat and flaps rudders, vertical and horizontal stabilizer. On the ground, when there are freezing conditions and precipitation, de-icing an aircraft is crucial. A lot of passengers underestimated how important it is to deice as frozen contaminants cause critical control surfaces to be rough and uneven, disrupting smooth air flow and greatly degrading the ability of the wing to generate lift, and increasing drag. If larger pieces of ice separate when the aircraft is performing a take-off run, they can be ingested into engines intakes or hit propellers and cause catastrophic failure. Frozen contaminants can lock or jam control surfaces, preventing them from moving properly. But there is a major difference between De-icing and Anti-Icing an aircraft. De-icing is defined as removal of snow, ice or frost from a surface. Anti-icing is understood to be the application of chemicals that not only de-ice, but also remain on a surface and continue to delay the reformation of ice for a certain period of time, better known as the hold-over time (HOT), or prevent adhesion of ice to make mechanical removal easier. I´ll shortly mention the aerodynamic characteristics, regarding airplane stall speeds, in case an airplane wing is covered with thin ice. DEFINITION OF A STALL: Stalls in fixed-wing flight are often experienced as a sudden reduction in lift as the pilot increases the wing's angle of attack and exceeds its critical angle of attack (which may be due to slowing down below stall speed in level flight). A stall does not mean that the engine(s) have stopped working, or that the aircraft has stopped moving — the effect is the same even in an unpowered glider aircraft. I hope you enjoy this video! And I would also like to thank @photoaleksi (Instagram) for the outstanding thumbnail picture. And all others helping with their videos and support! Thanks for watching, all the best your "Captain" Joe

Vor year
Sill1992
Sill1992

Captain Joe, it sound like you have a speaker with your voice on in the room, a feedback. switching it of will improve your voice quality. (800hz? feedback)

Vor year
Jack Archer
Jack Archer

Why do I even keep coming back to your videos? Tomorrow I have lecture, I'm not a pilot and I'm not even sure that I'll be able to become one.

Vor year
Ionut Adrian
Ionut Adrian

And there is a one step procedure of De/Anti Icing procedure. Always with heated fluids.

Vor year
Ionut Adrian
Ionut Adrian

You can do Anti Icing with heated type II. Even in a two steps procedure. First one with 50/50 and the second one with 75/25. The mixtures 50/50 and 75/25 are always heated to at least 60 degrees at the nozzle.

Vor year
fljúga maður
fljúga maður

nice videos! ;-) Propylene glycol very toxic? I don't think so...

Vor year
La Cagoule
La Cagoule

YO WTF AND FRENCH NIBBA?????????????????

Vor year
volcano hi
volcano hi

I think you meant "decreases" stall speed.

Vor year
Tamara R
Tamara R

Thanks for the good explanation.

Vor year
Ivo Peev
Ivo Peev

Captain Joe, can you please explain if familiar with those details - are the deicing agents toxic for humans/animals and/or hazardous for the environment ? They seem to be applied in quite a large quantities and often in winter/icing conditions. Thank you!

Vor year
shi01
shi01

It's not really hazardous. They use Propylene glycol mixed with water and some gelling agent to make it stick a bit better to the surface of the plane. Propylene glycol is considered as non toxic.

Vor year
Rafael Cordova
Rafael Cordova

Hello Captain Joe i am not a pilot but i love planes, also love your videos i learned so much, but i have a silly question on de-icing why is it that they dont have a membrane covering the wing that is a heating element like the rear window defroster on cars. The membrane can be the thickness of tape

Vor year
Mobasshir Reasat
Mobasshir Reasat

Your explanation is very precise! Keep up the good work

Vor year
Catsinelixe Holloway
Catsinelixe Holloway

I have never heard of a deicing delay, but I usually don't fly in areas where there is ice, but that might change soon, going to germany

Vor year
Chunky96
Chunky96

:D Best job I have is De-icing aircrafts.

Vor year
DM Grim
DM Grim

At least go de-ice

Vor year
DM Grim
DM Grim

The title is just wrong

Vor year
upasna sharma
upasna sharma

speaks for 10 minutes, says this is basic

Vor year
Jack Mitchell
Jack Mitchell

Hi Joe, could you do a video on how turbulence affects aircraft, thanks!😁

Vor year
IAmUnamed
IAmUnamed

proplyene glycol is actually generally regarded as safe for humans. It is mainly used only for high end de-icing or for specific circumstances that require a non-toxic solution, but uses go beyond aircraft for the most part. Ethylene glycol is actually what is used for commonly, and is fairly toxic.

Vor year
Drawing Pencil Automatic Clutch Mechanical Pencil 2.0 mm + 12 Leads Pen Set | Sylvie Testud | └ DVDs & Movies