JTEC

AcronymDefinition
JTECJapanese Technology Evaluation Center
JTECJoint Trade and Economic Commission (New Zealand/China Trade Commission)
JTECJeep Truck Engine Controller
JTECJob Training & Employment Corporation
JTECJack Tyler Engineering Company (Memphis, TN)
JTECJoint Technologies Exploration Center
JTECJapan Telecommunications Engineering Consulting
JTECJFIC Transformation and Experimentation Cell
JTECJob Training Enrollment Center
JTECJoint Training Enhancement Committee
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The delay in MBBREC with Manchester is almost equal to JTEC but significantly lesser of MBBREC.
Though we ran eight different scenarios, considered only DAP, CADEC, JTEC, MBRBEC and proposed QMEC for computing the results.
Johnson's other endeavor, the JTEC engine, which is still in the development phase, could potentially convert heat from the sun into electricity that is able to power entire cities, says Johnson.
Still, obtaining funding to advance both the JTEC and the lithium air battery has been a challenge.
Forrest et al., JTEC Panel on Optoelectronics in Japan and the United States Final Report (Baltimore, Md., 1996).
DAHL; Delta Controls; JTEC; LabTech; PowerVar; Seekirk; Telmar
The primary objectives of this JTEC panel were to investigate Japanese ES development from both technological and business and trends with similar developments in the U.S.
Subscribers will now have access to SCAN C2C's full range of products via two online services, Orbit Search Service, a division of Maxwell Online (fine name: JTEC) as well as Dialog Information Services (file 582).
Mikheil Janelidze thanked Board Ivan Rendensen for the active involvement of the Government of Norway in support of Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity, Euro-Atlantic integration and NATO's substantive package implementation, in particular the establishment of the Joint Training and Evaluation Center (JTEC) Imported value T contribution.
Kerza will meet with Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Vakhtang Makharoblishvili and visit the NATO-Georgian Joint Training and Evaluation Centre (JTEC).
Lithuania also supports the implementation of the NATO-Georgia Comprehensive Package since 2015, together with other Nordic and Baltic countries Lithuania contributes to the NATO-Georgian Joint Training and Evaluation Centre (JTEC).
Tenders are invited for Seeking transportation and disposal of an estimated 200,000 gallons of non-hazardous waste waters generated from the chemical cleaning of John Twitty Energy Center~s (JTEC) Unit 1 coal fired energy generation unit boiler.