AVT

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AVTAsociación Víctimas del Terrorismo (Victims of Terrorism Association; Spain)
AVTAutonomous Vehicle Team (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
AVTApplied Vehicle Technology
AVTAnti-Viral Therapy
AVTAudio Video Transport
AVTAnalog Video Tuner
AVTAttribute Value Template
AVTAppliance Virtual Target
AVTActive Voice Technology
AVTAmbient Vibration Testing (civil engineering)
AVTAllied Vision Technologies (est. 1989)
AVTAudio Video Technology (various organizations)
AVTAdvisory Visiting Teacher (Australia)
AVTAudiovisual Translation
AVTAdult Vocational Training
AVTAssistive Voting Technology (Canada)
AVTAudio/Visual Transport
AVTAdvanced Vehicle Technologies
AVTAll-Volatile Treatment
AVTAvailable Time
AVTTraining Aircraft Carrier
AVTAuto Volume Transfer
AVTAutomatic Video Tracker
AVTAdaptive Visualization Technology (DVTel/OmniVee Ltd.)
AVTArchitecture Verification Test
AVTAir Velocity Transducer
AVTApplication Virtual Terminal
AVTAviation Medicine Technician
AVTAutomatic Vessel Tracking
AVTAudio/Visual Tutorial
AVTAudio-Visual Terminal (WorldCom)
AVTAppendage Vector Table
AVTArginine Vastocin
AVTAudio Vidéo Transmission (French: Audio Video Transmission; Livry-Gargan, France)
AVTApplied Voice Technologies Ltd.
AVTAutomated Verification Testing
AVTApplication Vertical Test program
AVTArmored Veritech Fighter (Macross)
AVTAutomatic Vertical Tabulation
AVTApollo Validation Test
AVTAnti-Viral Toolkit
AVTAir-Vibrating Table
AVTAd Valorem Tariff
AVTAccelerated Vesication Test (electronics)
AVTArchitecture Ville et Territoire (French: Architecture and City Planning; Avignon, France)
AVTArtisan, Village and Tiny (Industries)
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Menezes announced $59 million for 43 projects for new and innovative advanced vehicle technologies research.
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Lesson plans on the website complement STEM curriculum, and feature content in areas such as advanced vehicle technologies, energy efficiency, climate change, and alternative fuels.
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Hybrids and advanced vehicle technologies are a path toward true zero-emission vehicles, but automakers can do more in the short term to improve fuel economy by using off-the-shelf conventional technologies throughout their vehicle fleets.
Organizers expect upwards of 1500 attendees for the "only international conference inclusive of all advanced vehicle technologies and alternative fuels."
The papers, which present current research, are grouped into the following topics: design for manufacturing; fastening and joining; reliability, stress analysis and failure prevention; dynamics, vibrations, sensing and control; and advanced vehicle technologies. Author index only.
Lane, immediate past president of the NDIA Detroit Chapter and current Detroit representative to NDIA headquarters, is associate director for Advanced Vehicle Technologies at the Tank Automotive Research Development and Engineering Center.
Research on advanced vehicle technologies includes alternative-fuel vehicles; electric automobiles; hybrid cars that operate with small gasoline or diesel engines and electric batteries; and fuel-cell engines powered by hydrogen stored on board or reformed on board from methanol or gasoline.
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