MEL

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AcronymDefinition
MELMaximum Exposure Limit
MELMelamine
MELManufacturing Engineering Laboratory
MELMitsubishi Electric (Japan)
MELMinimum Equipment List
MELMulti-Engine Land
MELMaya Embedded Language
MELMineral Exploration Licence (Australia)
MELMichigan Electronic Library
MELMaster Equipment List
MELMilitary Education Level
MELMiscellaneous Electric Load (energy use)
MELMarine Engineering Laboratory
MELMiddle European League (volleyball)
MELMedical Entomology Laboratory
MELMaterial Engineering Laboratory
MELMaster Environmental Library
MELMaster Events List
MELMobile Experience Lab (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
MELMaintenance Expenditure Limit
MELMinimum Equipment Level
MELModular Electromagnetic Levitator (astrophysics)
MELMelbourne, Victoria, Australia - Tullamarine (Airport Code)
MELMicro Enterprise Loan (Trinidad & Tobago facility)
MELMilitary Exercise Leader (Cooper Institute; Dallas, TX)
MELMobile Erector Launcher
MELMacaulay Enterprises Ltd.
MELMaster Environment Library
MELMain Events List
MELMaximum Engagement Line (US DoD)
MELMinimum Enroute Level
MELMedical Employment Limitation (Canada)
MELMinimum Essential Listing
MELMinimum Excitation Limit
MELMission Essential Level
MELMaximum Emergency Load
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Bartel is a physicist in the Mass and Force Group of the Manufacturing Metrology Division in the NIST Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory. The National Institute of Standards and Technology is an agency of the Technology Administration, U.S.
Measurements of local surface height were made using scanning white li ght interferometry by researchers in the Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory (MEL) who then used these heights to construct the normals to local tangent planes needed to compute the scattering directions.
Theodore Vorburger of the Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory for their work on modeling and surface topography measurements of the coated epoxy tiles.
Moncarz is an engineer in the Office of Manufacturing Programs of the NIST Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory. The National Institute of Standards and Technology is an agency of the Technology Administration, U.S.
This work was funded in part by the US Air Force and US Navy Calibration Coordination Group (CCG) Program and the Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory's Shop Floor as an NMI project.
About the authors: Steve Phillips, Tyler Estler, and Ted Doiron are physicists in the Precision Engineering Division of the Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory at NIST Keith Eberhardt and Mark Levenson are statisticians in the Statistical Engineering Division of the Information Technology Laboratory at NIST The National Institute of Standards and Technology is an agency of the Technology Administration, U.S.
The study group, composed of representatives from the Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory (MEL), the Information Technology Laboratory (ITL), and Technology Services (TS), had a wide spectrum of experiences and perspectives on testing and measuring physical and IT quantities.
Shakarji are engineers, computer scientists, and mathematicians in the Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory. The National Institute of Standards and Technology is an agency of the Technology Administration, U.
Simon Frechette, NIST Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory (MEL), Manufacturing Systems Integration Division (MSID), Manufacturing Standards Metrology Group Leader was the session chair.
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