SWRI

AcronymDefinition
SWRISouthwest Research Institute (San Antonio, TX)
SWRISouthwest Research Institute (San Antonio, Texas)
SWRISealant, Waterproofing and Restoration Institute
SWRISocial Welfare Research Institute (now Center on Wealth and Philanthropy; Boston College; Chestnut Hill, MA)
SWRIScotch Whiskey Research Institute (Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland)
SWRISurface Water Retention Index
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To obtain the low emissions result, SwRI combined emissions technology typically used in light-duty gasoline engines and heavy-duty diesel engines.
SwRI will partner with AVL Powertrain Engineering, Inc.
According to SwRI, other objectives of the project include familiarizing personnel at Brooks Air Force Base with fuel cell technology; providing the basis for a fuel cell education program at nearby St.
Manufacturers who participate in the program choose an independent laboratory from a list provided by SWRI. The manufacturer provides the lab with the name of the coating to be tested as well as a current manufacturer data sheet with the stated performance characteristics, test results and any other collateral materials.
Dickey, a director in SwRI's Engine and Vehicle Research Division.
The new SCR began running tests in the tribology laboratory at SwRI's San Antonio campus in July.
New Horizons Principal Investigator Alan Stern, also of SwRI, explained in a (https://www.nasa.gov/feature/new-horizons-spacecraft-returns-its-sharpest-views-of-ultima-thule) statement that capturing the latest images of Ultima Thule had been a "stretch goal" and there had been a chance that they would only be able to capture a part of the object or even none of it. 
"This may cause us to rethink what powers geological activity on many other icy worlds," says GGI deputy team leader John Spencer at SwRI.
Geophysical data gathered by SwRI scientists strongly suggest that there is a perched layer of liquid water in the dunes occurring just below the seasonally frozen active layer.
"We're trying to really improve fuel economy," explained Alan Montemayor, principal engineer on the SwRI truck project.
According to SwRI, the consortium, which was formed in 2002 to study lubricating oil effects on 2007 to 2010 diesel emissions control systems, "applies the science of lubricant and catalyst interactions to improve diesel emissions control systems."
James Walker of SwRI's Mechanical Engineering Division addressed a panel of U.S.