UPS

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AcronymDefinition
UPSUnited Parcel Service
UPSUninterruptible Power Supply
UPSUniversal Power Supply
UPSUninterruptible Power System
UPSUniversite Paris-Sud (French: South Paris University; Paris, France)
UPSUniversity of Puget Sound
UPSUniversité Paul Sabatier (Tolouse, France)
UPSUlster Property Sales (UK)
UPSUniversal Press Syndicate
UPSUplink Product Support
UPSUnified Parallel Software
UPSUnit Pump System
UPSUnix Product Support
UPSUtility Pricing Solutions
UPSUniversity Policy Statement
UPSUseful Public Service (various locations)
UPSUninterrupted Power Source
UPSUnique Points of Sale
UPSUbiquitin-Proteasome System
UPSUniversal Polar Stereographic
UPSUltraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy
UPSUpdates Per Second (stock market data)
UPSUnfolded Protein Response
UPSUniform Particle Size
UPSUnits Per Second
UPSUnion pour Saint-Dié (French political association)
UPSUrgent Power Supply
UPSUnderground Press Syndicate
UPSUniversity Property Services (UK)
UPSUniversity Preparation School (California)
UPSUnder Provisions of Section
UPSUnion des Professeurs de Speciales (French: Union of Special Teachers; France)
UPSUnderwater Photographic Society
UPSUnited Protection Services (various locations)
UPSUniverse Positioning System
UPSUdruga Poslovnih Savjetnika (Croatian: Association of Management Consultants)
UPSUnix Print Services
UPSUnity Primary School (Singapore)
UPSUniversity Payroll Services (various schools)
UPSUtility Pricing Solutions (software: Hewlett-Packard)
UPSUnclaimed Property System (Wagers software used by many states to process unclaimed property)
UPSUser Planning System
UPSUniform Procurement System
UPSUnited Publicity Services plc (UK)
UPSUniversal Public School (India)
UPSUninterrupted Power Subsystem
UPSUnit Personnel Section
UPSUrban Planning Service (Australia)
UPSUniversal Polling System
UPSUniversal Plotting Sheet
UPSUniversal Politician's Suit
UPSUltraviolet Particle Sizer
UPSUndergraduate Professional Study (program)
UPSUnusual Pile of Sticks (geocaching)
UPSUniform Publications System
UPSUnpredictable Processing System
UPSUltimate Protection Squad (FIRST Robotics Competition Team 1675)
UPSUltraviolet Photoemisson Spectroscopy
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Figure 5 indicated that HCPTNPs had a uniform particle size distribution, no visible particles, and spherical and smooth particles.
This continuous single pass operation achieves consistent, uniform particle size reduction at high capacities, without risk of degrading finished product quality.
However, the more grinding that takes place, the more fine particles are produced and, depending on the requirements of the process, it is usually necessary to separate these out to ensure a uniform particle size. For this reason, the latest cryogenic grinding systems feature an adjustable grinding process to help separate out ultra-fine particles and, thus, enhance the overall efficiency of the grinding system.
The Division's goal has been to put the yard waste and food scraps through a composting process that starts with achieving a uniform particle size thanks to the Vecoplan Hurricane 250 and VNZ 210 shredders.
Special attention should be paid to the cutting angle of the knives and the screen used to ensure uniform particle size similar to that of virgin pellets.
Early on in the alkaline conversion story, alum was found to stabilize the ASA emulsion while providing a more uniform particle size distribution.
Zirmill ceramic grinding beads are produced by sintering of fine, uniform particle size mineral oxides into a homogeneous and highly cohesive bead structure.
The rounded particles offer uniform particle size distribution and electrical charge, better toner flow, and less stickiness to prevent clogging.
Under this condition, the as-prepared particles tended to possess a spherical morphology and uniform particle size distribution.
The better absorbability and more uniform particle size could be obtained.
Exposing material to liquid nitrogen is said to help prevent melting or decomposition, or achieve embrittlement, resulting in a higher yield of particles in the desired target range, more uniform particle size distribution, higher production rates, improved product quality and enhanced process safety due to the nitrogen inertness.
The microsite also contains some short videos that explain how exposing material to liquid nitrogen can help prevent melting or decomposition, or achieve embrittlement, resulting in a higher yield of particles in the desired target range, more uniform particle size distribution, higher production rates, improved product quality, and enhanced process safety due to the nitrogen inertness.
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