Scientists are experimenting with what are called “Superhydrophobic Coatings” (notice the creative etymology: “really afraid of water”) to reduce drag on wind turbines from ice. They work by allowing water to actually bounce off of a surface, instead of splashing. Check out the citation here for a cool video of water bouncing off of a superhydrophobic surface!
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