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HTACHigh Temperature Air Combustion
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HTACHard Target Attack Capability
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'The HTAC is responsible for determining the new benefits that may be provided by PhilHealth,' Del Rosario explained.
Many studies on HTAC have been done in the recent years, and it has been proved that HTAC technology has many features that are superior to that in conventional combustion [7-11].
In the 1990s, CSI developed regenerative flame furnace based on HTAC technology with pure BFG as fuel [48-50].
Infrastructure funds managed by Hastings, including its listed Australian Infrastructure Fund (AIF) , own 50 percent of HTAC which, in turn, owns stakes in international airports in Duesseldorf, Hamburg, Sydney and Athens, where Hochtief also has stakes through its Hochtief Concessions unit.
According to AIF, its 40 percent stake in HTAC was valued at A$305 million ($301 million) at the end of June.
The present work deals with the further experimental study based on a device used to roast molten steel container involving HTAC technology to research into the heat transfer feature of honeycomb heat regenerator.
The Army's Tactical Alternating Current System (TACS) and Hybrid TACS (HTACS, which adds a small wind turbine generation capacity) represent the state of the art in solar-PV for tactical battlefield usage, and each "system is supplied with clean, silent power from a lightweight, flexible, and durable solar array.
After the drudgery of RIs, HTACs were a welcome relief, and as close to fun as the training command gets.