ACARPAustralian Coal Association Research Program
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ACARP intends to vaccinate 70 percent of dogs in the country through strategic components: setting priority vaccination areas, protecting program implementers by giving pre-exposure prophylaxis (PEP), large-scale information dissemination, and partnerships with private local and international organizations such as the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) and Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC).
En este contexto, se produce una proliferacion de estos artefactos culturales audiovisuales, ACARP, mediante los que algunos grupos parecen tratar de disolver estereotipos, e incluso devolverlos, disputando las narrativas hegemonicas.
ACARP is a useful model for funding industry research.
Gary Gibson, Project Coordinator, ACARP Roadway Development Improvement Project
Gray, "Coal mine outburst mechanism, thresholds and prediction techniques," ACARP Report C, 2006.
The research reported in this paper has been supported by Australian Coal Association Research Program (ACARP) and the Queensland Government.
CSIRO Energy Technology and the Australian Association Research Program (ACARP) have developed a new flotation technology that they say offers considerable benefits to the coal industry.
Huxtable C (1999) `Rehabilitation of open cut coal mines using native grasses: management guidelines.' (ACARP: Brisbane)
Global mining technology leader MineWare is collaborating with CRCMining and the University of Queensland on an 18-month ACARP (the Australian black coal industry's research program) project set to advance dragline operations one step closer to automation.
The programme is known as ACARP (Australian Coal Association Research Programme).
In the late 1990s, CSIRO researchers came up with--and patented--an idea for automating the process, at the time as the industry-backed funding body, the Australian Coal Association Research Program (ACARP), independently decided that automation was a priority for the future.
BMT WBM and SkillPro have been involved in this R&D project for several years with the financial support of the Australian coal industry research body, ACARP. BMT WBM has been modeling the physics and chemistry involved in the entrainment, devolatilization and combustion of the coal dust particles and the injection and vaporization of the suppressant.