EnMS

AcronymDefinition
EnMSEnergy Management System (utility computer-aided tools; also seen as EMS)
EnMSEnterprise Network Management System
EnMSEast Northport Middle School (East Northport, NY)
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This article on interlaboratory studies in rodents exposed to ENMs and the accompanying article on interlaboratory in vitro studies (Xia et al.
A logical extension of using ENMs to identify potential distributional areas is to address the question of likely geographic shifts in distributional areas of species or phenomena under scenarios of climate change or changing land use (25).
All consortium program participants (CPPs) received characterized ENMs for use in this study, including metal oxide nanospheres [rutile/anatase titanium dioxide (Ti[O.sub.2]-P25), Ti[O.sub.2] anatase (Ti[O.sub.2]-A), and zinc oxide (ZnO)] and high-aspect-ratio materials [multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) and Ti[O.sub.2] nanobelts (Ti[O.sub.2]-NBs)].
Under this program UNIDO trained Energy Consulting firms would carry out EnMS implementations including Energy Audit in 50 industrial units across 10 industrial clusters, enabling in achievement of ISO 50001 based Energy Management Systems.
Creley and Muchlinski (2017) mapped the species distribution within California as of 2015, but ENMs had not been made.
These trainings were specially designed and conducted by an international expert from Denmark to produce a critical mass of competent professionals on the implementation of energy management systems (EnMS) in industry, said a press release.
This push to put additional effort into improving its energy performance saw ACC partner with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) through the industrial energy efficiency programme where it received support in the implementation of the energy management system (EnMS) complying with ISO 50001.
Remediation of soils with engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) promises more effective and cheaper approaches than conventional methods because of the increased reactivity of nanoparticles and the possibility of in situ treatment [9].
Ecological niche models (ENMs) generate probabilistic estimates of a species' realized niche by combining presence records with ecological conditions at those locations (Phillips et al.