CEM

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AcronymDefinition
CEMCustomer Experience Management (Total Quality Management)
CEMCemetery
CEMCement
CEMCertified Energy Manager
CEMContinuous Emissions Monitoring (EPA)
CEMCenter for Emergency Medicine (various locations)
CEMCompatibilité ElectroMagnétique
CEMCentre for Evaluation and Monitoring (various locations)
CEMChildren's Educational Material
CEMCustomer Engagement Manager
CEMCampus Estado de México
CEMCentro de Estudios de la Mujer (Spanish: Center for Women’s Studies; Chile)
CEMCation Exchange Membrane
CEMClean Energy Ministerial (forum)
CEMContagious Equine Metritis
CEMCivil Emergency Message
CEMCached Exchange Mode
CEMClient Encryption Manager
CEMControl Engineering and Manufacturing
CEMCircuit Emulation Service over Mpls
CEMCommon Evaluation Methodology
CEMCisco E-Mail Management
CEMCanon Extended Mode
CEMCreditcard Ethernet and Modem
CEMCompact Entertainment Module
CEMColorx Event Model
CEMCentral Electronic Module
CEMCurrencies and Emerging Markets (various companies)
CEMCrash Energy Management (railroad safety protocol)
CEMCoastal Engineering Manual
CEMCountry Economic Memorandum
CEMCertified Emergency Manager
CEMCalving Ease Maternal
CEMCommission on Ecosystem Management (International Union for Conservation of Nature)
CEMCollege of Estate Management
CEMCertified in Exhibition Management (International Association of Exhibitions and Events)
CEMComputation in Electromagnetics
CEMCentre for Environmental Management (South Africa)
CEMContract Electronics Manufacturer
CEMCasino Enterprise Management
CEMCertified Environmental Manager (various organizations)
CEMCisco Energy Management
CEMCentre d'Études Médiévales (French: Center for Medieval Studies; various locations)
CEMCivil Emergency Management (US Army)
CEMComputational Electromagnetic
CEMClearinghouse on Educational Management (now Clearinghouse on Educational Policy and Management; University of Oregon)
CEMCube Environment Mapping (computer graphics)
CEMCombined Effects Munition
CEMCenter for Educational Media (various organizations)
CEMCumulative Effects Model (environmental assessment)
CEMConference Event Management
CEMChannel Electron Multiplier
CEMCutting Edge Media
CEMCardiac Event Monitoring
CEMCollege of Economics and Management (Philippines)
CEMChief Electrician's Mate (military rank)
CEMContract Energy Management
CEMChinese Energetic Medicine
CEMCisco E-Mail Manager
CEMCommunity Environmental Monitoring (US DOE)
CEMConseillers En Mobilité (Belgium)
CEMConferencia Episcopal de México (Spanish)
CEMChief Enlisted Manager
CEMCollège Édouard-Montpetit (Longueuil, Quebec)
CEMComposite Epoxy Material (manufacturing)
CEMCentre d'Éthique Médicale (French: Center for Medical Ethics; Catholic University of Lille; Lille, France)
CEMCollege of Engineering and Mines (University of Alaska Fairbanks)
CEMContract Equipment Manufacturer
CEMCentre d'Expressions Musicales (French: Musical Expressions Center; music school)
CEMCenter for Enterprise Modernization (MITRE Corporation)
CEMCentre for Environmental Monitoring (Canada)
CEMCryoelectron Microscopy
CEMCertified Equipment Manager
CEMConsolidated Evaluation Meeting (Drug Administration Law of SFDA of China)
CEMChristian Educational Ministries
CEMCampi Elettro Magnetici (Italian: Electro Magnetic Fields)
CEMChamp Electromagnétiques (French: Electromagnetic Field)
CEMCertified Emission Reduction (carbon credit)
CEMComplex Electro-Mechanical (system)
CEMConcepts Evaluation Model
CEMComité Économique du Médicament
CEMCumulus Ensemble Model
CEMChanneltron Electron Multiplier
CEMCommon Element Manager
CEMConservation and Enforcement Measures
CEMCommon Equipment Module
CEMComputer Engineering Management
CEMCentre d'Études Méditerranéennes (French: Center for Mediterranean Studies)
CEMCollin Electromécanique Maintenance (French: Collin Electrical Maintenance)
CEMCareer Ending Move
CEMCompromising Emanations
CEMCulture Environnement Médias (French: Media Culture Environment)
CEMCenter for Electromagnetics
CEMCooperative Environmental Management
CEMCentro de Estudios Militares (Guatemala)
CEMCenter for Electro-Mechanics
CEMCircunscripción Electoral Municipal (Spanish; Guatemala)
CEMChannel Element Module
CEMCommunications-Electronics Meteorological
CEMCost Engineering Model
CEMCombination Export Manager
CEMCaptured Enemy Material
CEMCost Estimating Methodology
CEMCivil Engineering Manual (USAF)
CEMConfigurable Execution Module
CEMContinuous Effluent Monitor
CEMConcrete-Equivalent Mortar
CEMCombat Evaluation Model
CEMClub des Entreprises du Muretain (French: Muret Corporate Club; Muret, France)
CEMConventional Electron Microscope
CEMContingency, Exercise & Mobility
CEMCombined Element Magnet
CEMCertainty-Equivalent Margin
CEMCabin Emergency Manual
CEMConcept Ergonomique de Manutention (French: Ergonomic Material Handling Concept)
CEMConnection Error Message
CEMCenter for Educational Measurements, Inc.
CEMCyprus Educational Mission (London, UK)
CEMColumbus Electronic Musicians (Columbus, Ohio, USA; formerly Columbus MIDI Users Group, CMUG)
CEMCommunication-Electronic-Meteorological
CEMCost Estimating Manager
CEMConsulting, Engineering and Management Co Ltd
CEMCommunications-Electronics Maintenance (US Air Force career field)
CEMCredential Evaluator Module
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Passenger train manufacturers across the globe have utilized innovative design and testing techniques for years, incorporating features such as crash energy management. Under FRAs previous passenger equipment regulations, U.S.
Harrison explains that the Odyssey isn't simply a minivan shell placed on top of the SUV structure, but that it shares the same ideas and approach used on the SUVs, such as how the loads are transferred for crash energy management. He cites a simple case of where the types of vehicles call for a rather massive modification: "On an SUV the side frame section is continuous, but we have a sliding door with a rail." (Honda switched from those swinging doors on the first generation to dual sliders on the second--1999 to 2004.)
In addition to measuring a train's crashworthiness based on whether it meets current strength standards, a train's crashworthiness would be evaluated based on it meeting an equivalent level of safety achieved through crash energy management technology or other innovative engineering methods under the proposed regulations.
Van-Rob is a Tier 1 automotive parts manufacturer of large structural assemblies, chassis components and crash energy management systems.
Utilizing industry-accepted crash energy management protocols, the standards assign certain sections of the vehicle to absorb a portion of the energy at impact, allowing the structure to collapse in a controlled manner.
Crash Energy Management (CEM) is the latest buzzword in rail safety these days.
Mondeo's comprehensive and integrated safety package offers world class crash energy management in the main body structure.
Judges said the Mondeo's comprehensive and integrated safety package offered world class crash energy management in the main body structure.
Deformable composite structures -- doubling as the trunk floor at the rear and a stressed member housing the radiator and intercoolers at the front -- are bolted on to provide crash energy management, while single-piece composite inner bodysides are joined to a composite inner rear guard, C-pillar support and ingenious braided carbon fibre A-pillars to provide a high strength occupant safety cell.
The trainsets will also meet the latest Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) guidelines including a Crash Energy Management system.
One of the bigger application areas is for bumper beams due to the compression characteristics of the material; many of the bumper beam applications are made with 6082 alloy, which provides the formability and ductility that provides the shapes that are required for the applications as well as the crash energy management needed for the application.
The aim is to apply principles of crash energy management to optimize the safety of passengers when light rail vehicles are involved in collisions.