ARDEC

AcronymDefinition
ARDECArmament Research, Development and Engineering Center (US Army; Picatinny, NJ)
ARDECAutomotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (US Army)
ARDECAgricultural Research, Development and Education Center (est. 1993; Fort Collins, CO)
ARDECAgence Rwandaise pour le Développement et la Coopération
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DeMarco is currently a measure ment and automation specialist who serves as a lead software developer for the ARDEC TBRL.
ARDEC believes the program has been particularly successful at teaching less experienced employees critical networking skills.
For the most complete picture of fracture failure, the ARDEC designers turned to a technique called co-simulation--simultaneously running two different solvers on the same model.
If there were differences, the leadership agreed that unless the law dictated the difference, ARDEC would adapt its process to meet the ERP approach.
Engineers at ARDEC work with researchers at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) on several of these projects.
ARDEC is the Army's principal researcher, developer, and sustainer of current and future military armaments systems.
ARDEC is the research and development center for armaments used by the U.
On the personnel side, the Target Behavioral Response Laboratory (TBRL) has been created at ARDEC to obtain data on responses that can be elicited through a wide range of existing and new energy sources.
Together with ARDEC, we have demonstrated a weapon in the 10-pound class for tactical UAVs that can be used to quickly engage and defeat targets.
Yang is currently PI on a number of grants from AFOSR, NSF, NASA, SBIR, and US Army ARDEC.
The salaries, benefits, and ancillary costs of PEO Ammunition personnel, service contractors, and matrix support personnel at ARDEC are also funded with these dollars.
The men, who work for the US Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center, or ARDEC, also received certificates of appreciation.