GDP

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AcronymDefinition
GDPGross Domestic Product
GDPGeneral Dental Practitioner
GDPGood Distribution Practice
GDPGewerkschaft Der Polizei
GDPGrounded Into Double Play (baseball)
GDPGrand Daddy Purple (marijuana strain)
GDPGrundig DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) Player
GDPGlow Discharge Plasma
GDPGraduate Development Programme (various locations)
GDPGraduate Degree Program
GDPGround Delay Program (aviation traffic flow initiative)
GDPGeneral Development Policies (various organizations)
GDPGuanosine 5'-Diphosphate
GDPGaseous Diffusion Plant
GDPGeneral Data Processor
GDPGraphic Display Processor
GDPGood Documentation Practice
GDPGestione Delle Presenze (Italian: Management of Attendance; software)
GDPGeneral Defense Plan (SACEUR)
GDPGateway Discovery Protocol
GDPGroup Design Project
GDPGround Data Processing
GDPGlobal Delivery Platform (various companies)
GDPGroupes de Pairs (French: Peer Groups)
GDPGlobal Data Pool
GDPGlobal Development Process (various companies)
GDPGlobal Drifter Program
GDPGraphics Display Processor
GDPGeneralized Drawing Primitive
GDPGlucose Degradation Product
GDPGreen Data Project
GDPGas Detection Panel
GDPGeneric Printer Description
GDPGiant Depolarizing Synaptic Potential (neurology)
GDPGun Director Pointer (US Navy)
GDPGeneralized Documentation Processor
GDPGround-Delay Programme (air traffic management)
GDPGroup Design Process
GDPGeneral Duties of Pilot (Pakistan)
GDPGlobal Detection Probability
GDPGeneric Deployment Plan
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In order to avoid these shortcomings, some of the early researchers sought analytic expression of the relevant parameters from the relevant classic discharge equation with applied analytic methods and actual boundary conditions and the theoretical model of glow discharge plasma under no magnetic field is established [15-19].
The present study, as a continuation of the previous work, is an attempt to improve the theoretical formulation mainly by considering the influence of axial magnetic field on the glow discharge plasma. The specific objective of this study is to obtain a set of analytic expressions that can describe the glow discharge plasma in the axial magnetic field on the whole discharge area.
This work studied the effects of PEG as a polymeric additive and of low temperature and pressure DC glow discharge plasma on the morphological structures and surface properties of polysulfone/polyethylene glycol (PSF/PEG) membranes.
A lab-scale low pressure DC glow discharge plasma system was used for the treatment of PSF/PEG membranes.
Glow discharge plasma is a low-temperature, low-pressure gas discharge method in which ionization is controlled by energetic electrons.
Physical methods ~30 to 200 [micro]m of coatings, Thermal spray such as titanium, HA, calcium silicate, [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3], Zr[O.sub.2], Ti[O.sub.2] Ion implantation and deposition ~10 nm of surface modified layer and/or ~[micro]m of thin film ~1 [micro]m of TiN, TiC, TiCN, Physical vapor pressure deposition diamond and diamond-like (Evaporation, Ion plating, carbon thin film Sputtering) Glow discharge plasma ~1 nm to ~100 nm of surface III.
Extending the use of hardboard and MDF, along with plywood and particleboard, as rather inexpensive wood-based products is justified by modifying their dielectric properties via glow discharge plasma.
In this study we use an inexpensive thermocouple method to measure the gas temperature of glow discharge plasma. For simplicity we have used a K-type thermocouple to interpret the gas temperature from the sensor voltage.
In this research, some of these probes are used to measure the plasma properties of a glow discharge plasma. The presentation includes the design of an electrical probe, theory, and data analysis as well as some results.
Fantz, "Spectroscopic diagnostics of glow discharge plasmas with non-Maxwellian electron energy distributions," Journal of Physics D, vol.
Surface treatments using glow discharge plasmas from [O.sub.2] and Ar were applied to blend sheets of poly([varepsilon]-caprolactone)-polycarbonate (PCL/PC), which had been produced by extrusion from melts of the mixture at various blend ratios.