DACT

AcronymDefinition
DACTDouble Arbre a Cames En Tete
DACTDynamic Adaptive Compression Tool
DACTDigital Alarm Communicator Transmitter
DACTDissimilar Air Combat Training
DACTDéclaration d'Achèvement et de Conformité des Travaux (French: Statement of Work Completion and Compliance)
DACTDanish Audio Connect (audio manufacturer)
DACTData Automated Communications Terminal
DACTDiaminochlorotriazine (herbicide)
DACTDutch Association of Corporate Treasurers
DACTDissimilar Air Combat Tactics
DACTDissimilar Aircraft Combat Training
DACTData Accumulation Compression Technology
DACTDynamic Airspace Collaboration Tool (US NASA)
DACTDigital Automated Communications Terminal
DACTDownstream Aluminium Centre for Technology
DACTDisposable Absorption Collection Trunk (NASA)
DACTData Automated Control Terminal
DACTDisposable Absorbent Containment Trunk
DACTDeployable ACCS Component (NATO)
DACTDissimilar Aerial Combat Tactic
DACTData Acquisition Control and Telemetry
DACTData Automation Communications Terminal
DACTDiplomate American College of Theriogenology
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Michael Scott, a pilot with CVW 7 operations who led the DACT. We also had the Harriers receive gas from our airborne F/A-18 mission tanker - something that rarely happens.
Such changes did not occur until after the war, yet some of USAF pilots involved in this rare example of DACT (training for air combat using planes with different characteristics) noted that they learned lessons that helped them in combat and assisted in shooting down MiG fighters.
DACT is based on an established crop temperature threshold, with plant water stress determined by how many degrees the plant temperature rises above that threshold.
DACT is based on an established crop temperature threshold, with plant water stress determined by how many degrees above that threshold the plant temperature reaches.
A DACT represents a minimum unit of data transferred between nodes and has a self-meaning that allows pieces of data to be separated from others without losing consistency.
Marc Woodward, of DACT Services, said orders for home security had doubled in January.
We hypothesise that the methods currently used to calculate Dapp during N mineralisation may induce a bias in relation to Dact, which depends upon the size and the properties of the organic N pools.
The Mers is not dominated by information technology, although portable display devices such as the Dact (Data Automated Communications Terminal) based on Tadiran's Tacter-31 computer, the HPL (Handheld Personal Locator) as well as the Suo/Sas (Small Unit Operations/Situational Awareness System) were introduced in the early 2000s.
In water systems, ATZ typically undergoes dealkylation to form desethylatrazine (DEA), desisopropylatrazine (DIA), and the terminal dealklylation product diaminochlorotriazine (DACT) (Nelson et al.
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Said to combine the capabilities of a Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) and a Digital Alarm Communicator/ Transmitter (DACT) into one circuit board, the MS-9050UD aims to offer a compact, cost-effective design.
Over the coming years, the FAB's Mirage 2000s will join the French Mirages for seasonal DACT exercises expected to take place in the new air-combat range under construction near Kourou in Guyana, a French territory that shares a 650-km border with Brazil--the longest common border, in fact, that France has with any country.--Jean-Michel Guhl