From year to year, many experiments are done by the SCIG to analyse and illustrate the results of its work. This section contains the information that can be presented in a report for the benefit of all curling-ice technicians. Thanks go to all contributors from all over the world who have supplied information and technical knowledge, and new information or criticism remains welcome. The subjects are varied and continuously re-examined, and the date indicates when changes were last made.

Pebble can testsPebble can tests3 March 2006355KB
Cutting techniqueCutting technique7 March 2006105KB
Water in a curling rinkWater in a curling rink8 March 2006332KB
Why do curling stones curlWhy do curling stones curl14 March 2006177KB
Sweeping and ice temperatureSweeping and ice temperature02 May 200664KB
PebblePebble09 February 2007131KB
LevelLevel09 February 200770KB
Pebble SalesPebble Salts09 April 200732KB
Essentials Of Curling IceEssentials Of Curling Ice06 June 2007138KB
Curling rinks for the futureCurling rinks for the future24 July 2007107KB
Four vs. SixFour vs. Six31 August 2007152KB
Five vs. Four and SixFive vs. Four and Six24 May 200848KB
Friction vs. TemperatureFriction vs. Temperature10 February 200876KB
A player's guide to curling iceA player's guide to curling ice27 June 200850KB
Cutting EquipmentCutting Equipment10 June 2009127KB
Man, Blade and IceMan, Blade and Ice23 April 201032KB
Ice KingIce King17 June 201649KB

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