VideoHive Water Drop 10201075
Stock Footage \ Nature
Icicles \ Icicle \ Object \ Melting \ Damage \ Melted \ Straight \ Structural
Stock Footage - Water Drop 10201075 by dogukaradeniz @ VideoHive
Stock Footage \ Nature
Transparent ice block. Water drop on the ice pipe in the nature. Icy glass. Dripping Icicle. A close up glacier slowly melting. The melting icicles, icicles, icicle.
Typically, icicles will form when ice or snow is melted by either sunlight or some other heat source (such as a poorly insulated building), and the resulting melted water runs off into an area where the ambient temperature is below the freezing point of water (0 ¡ãC/32 ¡ãF), causing the water to refreeze. Over time continued water runoff will cause the icicle to grow.
Richard Armstrong, a senior research scientist at the National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colorado, has explained why icicles come in various shapes and sizes. Icicles form on surfaces which might have a smooth and straight, or irregular shape, which in turn influences the shape of an icicle. Another influence is melting water, which might flow toward the icicle in a straight line or which might flow from several directions.
Given the right conditions, icicles may also form in caves (in which case they are also known as ice stalactites).
Icicles can pose both safety and structural dangers. Icicles that hang from an object may fall and cause injury and/or damage to whoever or whatever is below them. In addition, ice deposits can be heavy. If enough icicles form on an object, the weight of the ice can severely damage the structural integrity of the object and may cause the object to break. Blob, dribblet, driblet. 4K Resolutions with professional camera.
Alpha Channel: No; Looped Video: No; Frame Rate: 25; Resolution: 3840x2160; Video Encoding: H.264; File Size: 113.7mb; Number of Clips: 1; Total Clip(s) Length: 0:17; Individual Clip Lengths: 0:17.
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Keywords: close up, drop, drops, floe, frozen, glacier, ice, icicle, liquefy, melt, melting, spring, thawing, water.