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FPEFonction Publique d'État (French: State Public Function)
FPEFire Protection Engineering
FPEThe Few, the Proud, the Emotional (Twenty One Pilots slogan)
FPEFloating Point Exception (a computer math error)
FPEFormat-Preserving Encryption
FPEFront Page Extension
FPEFloating Point Exception
FPEFree Primary Education (Africa)
FPEFire Protection Engineer
FPEFood Processing Equipment
FPEFluid Power Equipment (various locations)
FPEFinal Prediction Error
FPEFédération Patronale et Économique (French: Employers and Economic Federation; Switzerland)
FPEFoundation for the Philippine Environment (est. 1992)
FPEFew, Proud, Emotional (Twenty-One Pilots)
FPEFactor Price Equalization (economics)
FPEFédération Polynésienne d'Equitation (French: Polynesian Equestrian Federation; Tahiti, French Polynesia)
FPEFokker-Planck Equation
FPEFoot-Pounds of Energy
FPEFantastic Plastic Elastic (chair by Ron Arad)
FPEFacility Performance Evaluation (architecture)
FPEFleischmann Pons Effect
FPEForest Policy and Economics
FPEFloating Point Emulator
FPEFrance Production Électronique (French: Electronic Production France)
FPEField Project Engineer (various companies)
FPEFrontPage Server Extensions (Microsoft)
FPEFederal Pacific Electric Company
FPEFederation of Public Employees
FPEFunctional Program Element (US NASA)
FPEFree People of Earth
FPEFinancial Practice and Education (journal)
FPEFloating Point Engine
FPEFactions Preview Event (gaming)
FPEFocal Plane Electronics
FPEFermented Plant Extract
FPEFonds Perpétuel d'Etudes (EFrench: Perpetual Education Fund)
FPEFunction Point Estimate (software estimation)
FPEFirst Person Editor
FPEFrench Postural Experiment
FPEFront-end Processing Environment
FPEForce Protection Experiment
FPEFixed-Price Escalation (Contract)
FPEFaith Promoting Experience
FPEFractal Patch Element
FPEFlight Parameter Estimation
FPEFunctional Performance Element
FPEFirst Priority Enterprise
FPEFairport, Painesville, & Eastern Railway Company
FPEFixed Price Exhibit (Montclair State University; Montclair, NJ)
FPEFixed Price Engagement
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At the average velocity, this pellet produced 24.31 foot-pounds of energy at the muzzle--slightly more than the SIG pellet and well above the rifle's advertised power.
Others may measure effectiveness as foot-pounds of energy delivered to the target--by calculating the mass and impact velocity of the round--without considering what amount of energy is expended in the target or what specific damage occurs to the target.
For the purposes of IM, a hazardous fragment is one that produces 58 foot-pounds of energy out to a distance of 50 feet.
* Other standard breakers include the LH 27 (producing 81 foot-pounds of energy at 1,500 bpm), the LH 22 (producing 62.7 foot-pounds of energy at 1,740 bpm) and the LH 18 (producing 48 foot-pounds of energy at 1,600 bpm).
On paper, the faster .454 Casull was still capable of producing more foot-pounds of energy, but the heavy, large-diameter .475 Linebaugh slugs delivered significantly greater game-killing punch.
That was at optimum wind speeds, between 40 and 60 miles an hour, which provided 100,000 foot-pounds of energy and drove the blade tips at 178 miles an hour.
The reported result is in foot-pounds of energy absorbed by the test piece.
The M1 Carbine has almost 1,000 foot-pounds of energy at the muzzle.
With this load, the .270 WSM generates roughly 250 additional foot-pounds of energy over its competitor at the muzzle when both cartridges are fired from 24-inch barrels.
It lacked the minimal 1,800 foot-pounds of energy he deemed necessary at 500 yards on elk, so Les went to his friend Fred Huntington for dies made to his dummy rounds.
I am generating 39.4 foot-pounds of energy. My broadheads are 100-grain Steel Force Phat Heads and luckily mark the same as my fieldpoints.
This load produces 2,400 feet per second and 5,115 foot-pounds of energy. My combination of gun/ammo proved accurate.