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TERTransitional Endoplasmic Reticulum
TERTrans-European Railway (UN)
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TERTrain Express Regional
TERTime Extension Request (various locations)
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TERTravel Expense Report
TERTriple Ejector Rack
TERTranscutaneous Electrical Resistance
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TERTotal Energy Requirement
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TERTransphase Eradication Rod (Stargate)
TERTest of Everyday Reasoning
TERTortugas Ecological Reserve
TERTerceira Island, Azores Islands, Portugal - Lajes (Airport Code)
TERTarget Engagement Radar (US DoD)
TERTotal External Reflection
TERTablet Extended Release (pharmaceutical)
TERThousand Eyes Restrict (Yu-Gi-Oh card)
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The combination of sustainability and low-energy technologies included within the design and construction of the building has recorded a 22% improvement over the target emission rate set by the 2006 Building Regulations.
For example, all plants could have 75% emission reductions (scenario A) or all plants could meet a target emission rate per unit heat input, with variable percentage reductions (scenario B).
For each pollutant, we allowed each plant to potentially have no change, control to a target emission rate per unit heat input, control halfway between current emissions and the target rate, or control to half the target rate.
We used 1999 as the base year for our analysis, evaluating the concentration and health benefits that would have been obtained had lower target emission rates been achieved.