HPTE

AcronymDefinition
HPTEHautes-Pyrénées Tourisme Environnement (French tourism structure)
HPTEHigh Precision Tracking Experiment
HPTEHigh-Performance Turbine Engine
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In the next three years HPTE will become one of the largest express lanes operators in the country, operating ten express lanes in Colorado, said Rami Harb, Project Manager, Atkins.
Advice on various aspects of HPTE's Express Lanes Program, including multi-corridor tolling strategies
The commercially available pure active metabolites of methoxychlor and flutamide (HPTE and 2-hydroxyflutamide, respectively) were also tested in parallel to both compare the difference observed between the pure metabolite and the metabolite mixture generated by the S9, as well as to investigate whether the known active metabolite is itself a substrate for further metabolism.
After starving cells overnight, cells were treated with vehicle (control), 10-8 M E2 (for mER[beta]1), 10-7 M E2 (for mER[beta]2) or 10-6 M DPN, BPA, HPTE or Gen for 18 hr.
[E.sub.2] (CAS number 50-28-2, purity 98%), BP-2 (CAS number 131-55-5, purity 97%), [alpha]-ZA (CAS number 247-769-0, purity 97%), 4-OP (CAS number 140-66-9, purity 97%), HPTE (CAS number 2971-36-0, purity 98), BPA (CAS number 80-05-7, purity 99%), BPC (CAS number 14868-03-2, purity 99%), DDE (CAS number 72-55-9, purity 99%), butylparaben (CAS number 94-26-8, purity 99%), chlordecone (CAS number 143-50-0, purity 99%), and BBP (CAS number 85-68-7, purity 98%) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich (Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, France).
According to the HPTE, the Project will enhance mobility for all corridor users, regardless of whether they choose to pay for access to the C-470 Express Lanes.
2,2-bis(p-Hydroxyphenyl)-1,1,1-trichloroethane (HPTE), an estrogenic metabolite of the pesticide methoxychlor, has estrogenic effects similar to that of BPA (Borgeest et al.
The successful testing at 600 kV is further proof of the quality and robustness of the P-Laser insulation technology he added.P-Laser is the name given to the most advanced and innovative technology using an in-house developed thermoplastic material known as HPTE (High Performance Thermoplastic Elastomer) that permits a more efficient cable production with lower environmental impact than traditional XLPE, where the manufacture is performed in a single and continuous process.
Endocrine-disrupting compounds, such as bisphenol A (BPA) and 2,2-bis(p-hydroxy-phenyl)-1,1,1 -trichloroethane (HPTE), are considered "weak estrogens," exhibiting early-phase estrogenic responses in the uterus, but late responses are diminished after 24 hr (Hewitt and Korach 2011).
Ultimate technologies and products for applications in the power transmission industry, both on-shore and offshore will be on display at the Prysmian booth in the Technical Exhibition.CIGRE 2016 comes at a very important time for the Group in terms of technological achievements, following announcements released by the Group for the successful qualification of the most advanced technologies in the field of insulation materials for HVDC cable systems: 525 kV HPTE (PLaser), 600 kV XLPE and 700 kV MI PPL.Prysmian experts will be on hand during CIGRE 2016 to discuss with delegates how the latest developments in their range of HVDC land and submarine cables can be utilized to suit future global applications of HVDC power transmission systems.
Of the 20 chemicals with hits in both CIS and TRANS ER after filtering, 9 are listed as Positive by ICCVAM/NICEATM; 1 is a Presumed Positive; 1 (HPTE) is an active metabolite of a positive (Methoxychlor) and 2 are known to break down to a "Positive" (the nonylphenol ethoxylates Igepal and Tergitol break down to nonylphenols).