CERLConstruction Engineering & Research Laboratory
CERLConstruction Engineering Research Laboratory (US Army)
CERLCenter for Ethics and the Rule of Law (University of Pennsylvania)
CERLCentral Electricity Research Laboratories (Leatherhead, Surrey)
CERLCanadian Explosives Research Laboratory (CANMET)
CERLComputer-based Education Research Laboratory
CERLComputational Electromagnetics Research Laboratory (University of Victoria, Canada)
CERLCivil Engineering Research Laboratory
CERLCorvallis Environmental Research Laboratory
CERLCanadian Elections Resource Library (Canada)
CERLChief Electrician Radio Land Operator (US Navy rank)
CERLCognitive Ergonomics Research Laboratory (University of Calgary; Canada)
CERLCombustion and Engine Research Laboratory
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CERL has recognized that this could be a possible issue, and it has thus instituted certain procedural safeguards to prevent this kind of harm from occurring.
A (a constant which is equal to 0.55), TCP CERL used to set the dynamic threshold value (N),
Building on the analysis provided by CERL and using a full cost accounting model, we performed an analysis for the Tornado tank cleaning unit.
Spriggs II is Professor of Political Science, Professor of Law (by courtesy), and a Fellow in CERL at Washington University in St.
Army Corps of Engineers' Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL).
Army's Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL), located in Champaign, IL, and reviewed for economic viability by Whitestone Research (with offices in Washington, D.C., and Santa Barbara, CA).
Bell offered a foretaste of these in 'A Quantitative Survey of British Book Production, 1475-1700', in The Scholar and the Database: Papers Presented at the CERL Conference Hosted by the Royal Library, Brussels, ed.
(CERL) and Stan Cook of the Fort Ord Reuse Authority (Marina, CA) Jim Falor, Bill Boone, and Belinda Bishop from Concurrent Technologies Corporation (Largo, FL) provided funding and oversight for this project and their contribution is appreciated.
The city of Mesa, AZ recently announced that the Mesa Utilities Department, the Arizona Army National Guard and the Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) have partnered to demonstrate the "viability and reliability" of a Plug Power, Inc.-manufactured, five-kilowatt proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell at the Arizona Army National Guard Armory in Mesa, AZ.