EQE


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EQEEuropean Qualifying Examination (European patent attorney qualification)
EQEEnvironmental Quality Engineering (various locations)
EQEEquivalent Quantum Efficiency
EQEEnvironmental Quality Evaluation
EQEEnvironmental Quality and Efficiency
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The total EQE performance is calculated by integrating over all the wavelengths of interest.
They are former residents of Kobe's older neighborhoods, areas with tiny, narrow streets and old, wood-frame homes which EQE engineers witnessed "burning freely.
On Wednesday, he demonstrated how a software program he helped develop at the quake consulting firm EQE International Inc.
She has also held financial and accounting positions at APL, EQE International and Oracle, and was an auditor with Ernst & Young.
San Francisco-based EQE International considered the state's known faults, the expected frequency of quakes on each, and soil conditions, providing a prediction for earthquake damage in every ZIP code area in California.
EQE International in San Francisco reports that many of these structures were concrete frame buildings; those built after 1981, particularly those with extensive shear walls, sustained much less damage.
This is believed to be the highest EQE reported to date, for a single, non-stacked WOLED.
In fact, AIR, RMS and EQE, and several other catastrophe modeling-type outfits, primarily base their solutions on underlying GIS technology," says Sean Fitzpatrick, commercial account manager for vendor ESRI, whose flagship mapping product is AreGIS.
a subsidiary of EQE International, also have hurricane wind models applicable to Hawaii.
Engineering consultant EQE International provided the risk modeling underlying each of the catastrophe bonds, which were issued as a form of synthetic insurance to cover earthquake losses.