RFPA

AcronymDefinition
RFPARight to Financial Privacy Act of 1978
RFPARangeland Fire Protection Association (Idaho)
RFPARadio Frequency Power Amplifier
RFPARequest for Procurement Action
RFPARussian Family Planning Association
RFPARequest for Personnel Action
RFPARadio Frequency Palatal Ablation
RFPARequest for Project Approval
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Both the communications provider section and the RFPA section contained nondisclosure provisions and limitations on further dissemination, except pursuant to guidelines promulgated by the Attorney General.
The RFPA (98) provides privacy protection for customers' financial records, which are often the same records that military practioners must acquire during an investigation or in preparation for a court-martial.
The RFPA (3) was enacted in 1978 in response to United States v.
In this study, an FEM-based numerical tool, rock failure process analysis (RFPA) code, was used to simulate the failure process of rocks with preexisting flaws [24, 30].
Delivering power up to 200W and an output current up to 6.67A, the new PKB4216C is also ideal to power RFPA applications that use semiconductor technologies such as Laterally Diffused Metal Oxide Semiconductor (LDMOS).
John Williams, Fields-Andrews RFPA President said, Our relationships have grown so well, and all in the right direction.
Considering the rock heterogeneity, rock models with different dip angle structure planes are established using RFPA numerical software.
[21] studied the effects of axial static stress and dynamic stress on the damage and failure process of rock by RFPA and found that the simulation results were closely related to the rock heterogeneity and were in qualitative agreement with that observed in laboratory SHPB tests.
One reason for the scholarly avoidance of the financial privacy issue could be that Congress, alarmed by the Court's finding in Miller, passed the Right to Financial Privacy Act (11) ("RFPA") to remedy the hole in Fourth Amendment protection left by Miller.
[4] built numerical models for the roof fracture and seepage development rule using RFPA 2D and COMSOL to analyze the changes in fracture zone, stress, water pressure, and seepage vector with the advancement of working face, respectively.
Many codes have also been employed to model and calculate these coupling equations, such as COMSOL, ABAQUS, RFPA, FLAC, UDEC, ROCMAS, THAMES, FRACON, COMPASS, FROCK and CODE_BRIGHT, FRT-THM, FLAC-TOUGH, and FRACture [17-19].
Simultaneously, numerical simulation techniques (e.g., rock failure process analysis (RFPA) and Particle Flow Code (PFC)) have been vastly improved and have enabled significant progress in modeling rock failure processes.