CFEMCertificat de Fin d'Études Musicales (French: Musical Graduation Certificate)
CFEMCommission Française pour l'Enseignement des Mathématiques (French: French Commission for the Teaching of Mathematics)
CFEMCompagnie Française d'Entreprises Métalliques (French: French Industrial Metal Company)
CFEMCanadian Foundation Engineering Manual (BiTech Publishers Ltd.; Richmond, British Columbia, Canada)
CFEMCohesive Finite Element Method (micromechanics)
CFEMCentre for Festival and Event Management (Napier University; UK)
CFEMContractor Financial Evaluation Model
CFEMCentral Facility for Electron Microscopy (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
CFEMCombined Fates and Effects Model
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CFEM serves a five county area, Lauderdale, Kemper, Neshoba, Newton and Clarke.
When material 1 and material 2 are the same material, Table 2 shows the relative error of the WFEM calculation results compared to the CFEM calculation results, and it indicated that the WFEM can obtain higher accuracy with less elements and nodes and that it is suitable to solve the problem of interface crack growth.
Alem do mais, os autores acrescentam que "a sociedade e ignorada pelo PL, que e omisso a questoes de extrema relevancia, como o licenciamento ambiental, o pacto intergeracional e a transformacao da CFEM em beneficios para sociedade" (BUSTAMANTE et al., 2013, p.
8.001, de 13 de Marco de 1990), o recolhimento da CFEM depende da efetiva exploracao de recursos minerais para fins economicos e sua aliquota varia, conforme o mineral explorado, ate o percentual de 3%:
The 250-mm-square-concrete piles, according to the Canadian Foundation Engineering Manual (CFEM) [2], are within Group IIA The CFEM sets that the maximum limit side resistance for typical Group IIA piles in clayey soils with [q.sub.c] = 1-5 MPa is 35 kPa, while that for piles with careful execution and minimum disturbance of soil due to construction (very good piles) is 80 kPa.
Soil microbial carbon ([C.sub.mic]) was estimated by the chloroform-fumigation-extraction method (CFEM) (Vance et al.
Construction company Harmon CFEM Facades (UK) Ltd sued the House of Commons after its pounds 32 million bid to supply and fit the cladding was rejected in favour of one which was pounds 2 million more expensive from Anglo-German company Seele Alvis.
[C.sub.mic] was estimated by the chloroform-fumigation-extraction method (CFEM) (Vance et al.
Construction partners Mr Smith and Mr Pigott represented Harmon CFEM Facades who alleged that the Commons had breached European and UK procurement law when it was not awarded the pounds 34 million bronze cladding contract for the MPs' office building, Portcullis House.