RTAC

AcronymDefinition
RTACRegional Targets Advisory Committee (California)
RTACReproductive Technology Accreditation Committee (Fertility Society of Australia)
RTACRegional Technical Assistance Center
RTACRegional Transportation Advisory Committee (various locations)
RTACResearch and Technology Advisory Committee (US NASA)
RTACRegional Trauma Advisory Council (Wisconsin)
RTACRotational Translational Actuator
RTACRural Transit Assistance Center (Macomb, IL)
RTACReal-Time Automation Controller
RTACRéflexe Tonique Asymétrique du Cou (French: Asymmetric Tonic Neck Reflex)
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industry," said lead RTAC counsel Alan Price, who chairs the International Trade Practice of Wiley Rein LLP in Washington, D.C.
RTAC is a two-week course that concentrates on the high-attrition events of RAP week.
C'est la premiere fois, a ma connaissance, que RTAC parle du travail d'artistes de scene dans sa section Forum, et je suis tres heureuse de voir que cela se produit dans ce numero.
RTAC and CAC exhibited a similar surface chemistry as revealed by FTIR and pHpzc studies the higher mesoporosity played a significant role in enhancing the adsorption capacity of RTAC for liquid phase adsorption of lead and nickel removal.
Stabilizing control design of RTAC has been extensively studied.
From a user's perspective, in this example, self-service, on-demand availability of data and contextualization that automatically accounts for batch genealogy in upstream downstream correlations is a critical success factor for process understanding to build the necessary process model for RTAC that links CPPs and CQAs.
In Varanasi, India in 2007, Regional Technical Advisory Committee (RTAC) for VL elimination together with the research teams concluded that chemical sandfly control with IRS can contribute to the regional VL elimination programme and should be continued and strengthened in India and Nepal; and operational research about performance and real life efficacy should be attached to routine control.
There is a system of self-regulation and accreditation carried out by the Reproductive Technology Accreditation Committee (RTAC (2)).
The work of the commission, referred to in this report as the Reprogenetics Technologies Advisory Commission (RTAC), would be similar in some respects to that of the Royal Commission in Canada, although the audience for this body would be Congress.
Termed RTAC (real-time atmospheric compensation), this system employed a 21-actuator deformable mirror driven by a parallel analog processor.
The cost to payers, RTAC, exceeds the sum of the gain to consumers CaAC, and the gain to producers, RTaC.