BAAM


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AcronymDefinition
BAAMBig Area Additive Manufacturing
BAAMBritish Association of Anger Management (UK)
BAAMBlackstone Alternative Asset Management (New York, NY)
BAAMBehavior Analysis Association of Michigan
BAAMBoston Anti-Authoritarian Movement (anarchist group)
BAAMBeck Airway Airflow Monitor
BAAMBiodiversity Assessment and Management (Cleveland, Queensland, Australia)
BAAMBoston Anarchists against Militarism
BAAMBasic Administration & Management
BAAMBachelor of Arts: Applied Music
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BAAM manages about USD81bn across a diversified set of businesses such as a customised portfolio solutions business, a special situations platform, a business that purchases GP stakes in alternative asset managers, an open-ended mutual fund platform and an emerging manager seeding business.
Buyer: Blackstone Alternative Asset Management (BAAM)
[10], who found values between 17.2 and 21.2 L [kg.sup.-1] for cryogels containing 6% monomers (AAm + BAAm + AGE).
Once Rogers saw the BAAM at Oak Ridge, he knew he had a solution.
The smaller BAAM was demonstrated in 2014 at the IMTS show in Chicago, where over the course of 44 hours it printed all the parts for a Strati, an automobile developed by Local Motors, the custom-car startup based in Phoenix.
During the well-known African American literary movements, namely the New Negro Movement in literature in the early decades of the twentieth century, the Black Chicago Writers in the 1930s and 1940s, and in the Black Arts Aesthetics Movement (BAAM) (1) in the 1960s and 1970s, the writers and theorists of the movements engaged in both self-selection among themselves and participated as disparate individuals.
(46.) Todd Halterman, BAAM Prints a Car in 44 Hours, 3D PRINTER WORLD (Sept.
ORNL and Cincinnati Incorporated created a Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) machine similar to a fused deposition modelling (FDM) printer by taking a 6.5 x 13 foot bed laser cutter adding custom hardware to transform it into a massive 3D printer.
Using direct digital manufacturing and a prototype 3D printer appropriately called BAAM (a laser printer that Cincinnati and Oak Ridge retrofitted with a 3D extruder), the team printed up to 40 pounds of material per hour on the show floor.
"Visitors will get a first-hand look at the future of additive manufacturing and its possibilities to transform the industry with our Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) machine running SABIC material and printing polymer components 200-500 times faster and 10 times larger than today's additive manufacturing machines.
(1) Seyedeh Zeinab Baam Zad and (2) Najmeh Mousavi Biuki