CFCL


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CFCLCeramic Fuel Cells Limited (Noble Park, Victoria, Australian)
CFCLCanta Forda Computer Laboratory
CFCLChicago Freight Car Leasing Co. (various locations)
CFCLChambal Fertilisers and Chemicals Limited
CFCLCentral Finance Co. Ltd. (Sri Lanka)
CFCLCounterstrike Fun Clan League (gaming)
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In the analysis of CFCL junction we utilize the hybrid technique combining finite-difference frequency-domain method, method of moments and mode matching technique (see Fig.
The rating reflects the established position of CFCL in the domestic fertiliser industry with efficient urea operations, favourable demand-supply position for urea and stable cash flows from urea operations.
Under the terms of the definitive agreement, Fiserv will receive a minority ownership interest in CFCL Technologies Limited.
CFCL is a developer of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology, which can provide high-efficiency and low-emission electricity from natural gas and renewable fuels.
There was strong interest in CFCL's micro unit at the recent Hannover Fair in Germany, where the company was part of the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Group exhibit.
The proposed four-port CFCL junction is presented in Fig.
CRISIL has downgraded its ratings on the bank loan facilities of Camlin Fine Chemicals Ltd (CFCL), which is part of the CFCL group, to 'BBB+/Negative/P2' from 'A-/Stable/P2+'.
The new metal-ceramic fuel cell stack combines technical features and intellectual property from CFCL's all-ceramic and metal-ceramic stacks.
CFCL is a world leader in the development of ceramic fuel cell technology.
According to CFCL, the first patent covers a continuous reactor process for the production of high-quality ceramic powders.
CSIRO is involved in a joint venture with Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd (CFCL) to demonstrate and commercialise solid oxide fuel cells.
(CFCL) recently announced that Australian company szencorp has launched a new commercial office building in South Melbourne that incorporates a demonstration version of a fuel cell-powered domestic combined heat and power unit designed by CFCL to produce one kilowatt of electricity and heat for hot water.