UPE

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AcronymDefinition
UPEUrban Planning and Environment (symposium)
UPEUnix Programming Environment
UPEUrban Political Ecology
UPEUniversal Primary Education
UPEUniversalisation of Primary Education
UPEUniversity of Port Elizabeth (South Africa)
UPEUser Portability Extension
UPEUpsilon Pi Epsilon (International Computer Science Honor Society)
UPEUnsuspected Pulmonary Emboli
UPEUnpaid Present Entitlement (financial distribution)
UPEUnreimbursed Partnership Expenses
UPEUniversal Plasticx Exchange
UPEUser Plane Entity (3GPP)
UPEUltrasonic Pulse-Echo (for evaluating concrete)
UPEUniversiteit van Port Elizabeth (University of Port Elizabeth)
UPEUser-Facing Provider Edge (network connection device; also seen as U-PE)
UPEUser Portability Extensions
UPEUniform Programming Environment
UPEUser-Facing Premise Equipment (Cisco)
References in periodicals archive ?
Wang, "Denoising ultrasonic pulse-echo signal using two-dimensional analytic wavelet thresholding," Measurement, vol.
Mazeika, "Application of the ultrasonic pulse-echo technique for quality control of the multi-layered plastic materials", NDT&E International, vol.
Tattersall, "The ultrasonic pulse-echo technique as applied to adhesion testing," Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, vol.
Figure 3a and b show the paths of ultrasonic observed at the UT locations with COIM using an ultrasonic pulse-echo technique, where only first core arrives at the UT1 located near the end of the mold cavity in Fig.
All the experiments presented in this study were conducted in the ultrasonic pulse-echo mode.
(17) Characterization of carbon black filled rubber by ultrasonic pulse-echo techniques.
Monitoring of solidification and shrinkage of the molded part in the mold cavity are demonstrated using ultrasonic signals observed in an ultrasonic pulse-echo technique.
The clad buffer rods, composed of a central core and an outer cladding, provide good signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) when used in ultrasonic pulse-echo instruments [1-4].
For example, the ultrasonic pulse-echo method was utilized to characterize polymers in both the solid and molten states (11-13), to measure the polymer melt temperature during injection molding (14) and to study the mold cavity conditions in a simple plate mold (15, 16).