CEGR

AcronymDefinition
CEGRcooled exhaust gas recirculation
CEGRCivil Engineering (course code)
CEGRComputer Engineering (course code)
CEGRCentre Equestre du Grand Routheux
CEGRComplements on Exploitation of Geo-Resources
CEGRCharge Exchange Giant Resonances
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Schaefer CEGR, Fabris JD, Ker JC (2008) Minerals in the clay fraction of Brazilian Latosols (Oxisols): a review.
The CEGR technology was developed by Menag Group AG of Switzerland, Liebherr Engines, ETH Zurich (Zurich University) and the Swiss Ministry of Energy, and included gas industry funding.
We are proud to launch our ENE Series of on-site energy systems using this innovative CEGR technology," said G.
Schaefer CEGR (2001) Brazilian latosols and their B horizon microstructure as long-term biotic constructs.
Schaefer CEGR, Souza CM, Vallejos MFJ, Viana JHM, Galvao JCC, Ribeiro LM (2001) Caracteristicas da porosidade de um Argissolo Vermelho-Amarelo submetido a diferentes sistemas de preparo de solo.
Andrade H, Schaefer CEGR, Dematte JLI, Andrade FV (1997) Pedogeomorfologia e micropedologia de uma sequencia Latossolo-Areia Quartzosa Hidromorfica sobre rochas cristalinas do Estado do Amazonas.
Plus, the new CEGR solution will achieve lower operating costs, while also maintaining efficiency, performance, power and reliability.
Case selected CEGR technology as most appropriate for skid steers where the engine typically runs at a high RPM.
He continued, "Because excavators run with little change to engine speed, CEGR technology was the best choice for efficiency and convenience.
While typical CEGR systems lose fuel efficiency, we've actually increased fuel efficiency on our Case CX210C excavator by 10 percent over the previous B Series model.
We are fortunate in having access to the tremendous resources and experience in CEGR and SCR technologies of our strategic partners which include Fiat Powertrain Technologies, a pioneer in low emission systems.