The occurrence of ice accretion, formed during the winter months on overhead, hanging power lines of the electric power network, can lead to disasters, collapse of load-bearing structures, transmission lines and poles, due to the increased cable weight, especially in combination with the effect of wind and snow. These processes are more often appeared in Serbia and the goal of this master thesis is to consider and analyze the physics of the icing process. It also contains mathematical models which describe process of formation and growth ice load on horizontal cylindrical surfaces and method how these problems can be exceeded.
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