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FPFisher-Price (toy company)
FPFunctional Programming
FPFireplace
FPFloating Point
FPFamily Practice
FPFramework Programme (European Union)
FPFrontPage (Microsoft software)
FPFront Page
FPFirst Person
FPFalse Positive
FPFinancial Planning
FPFinancial Planner
FPFirst Post
FPFire Protection
FPFunction Point
FPFrench Polynesia
FPFirepower (weaponry)
FPFuel Pressure
FPFrame Pointer (register)
FPFocal Plane
FPFinancial Products
FPFolkpartiet Liberalerna (Swedish political party)
FPForce Protection
FPFire Prevention
FPFood Poisoning
FPFiscal Policy
FPFood Processing
FPFastpitch
FPFixed Point
FPFreeport (Everquest)
FPForce Protection (US Air Force)
FPFitness Program (US Air Force)
FPFruit Punch (soft drink)
FPFixed Price (contract)
FPFull Power
FPFuel Pump
FPFull Precision (software rendering)
FPFinger Print
FPFlight Plan
FPFree Play
FPFull Paper
FPFoster Parent (various locations)
FPFair Play
FPFoolproof
FPFree Pass
FPFault Protection
FPFlower Power
FPFull Port (valve)
FPFastpass (Disney theme parks)
FPFiring Pin (firearms)
FPFlight Path (gaming, World of Warcraft)
FPFull Product
FPFabry-Perot
FPFunction Path
FPFree Pascal
FPFootpath (UK maps)
FPForbidden Planet (movie; retail shop)
FPFeatured Picture (Wikimedia Foundation)
FPFire Proof
FPFinal Placement
FPFluticasone Propionate
FPFreezing Point
FPFurry Paws (gaming website)
FPFazilet Partisi
FPFine Point
FPFlat Pack (integrated circuit package)
FPFighter Pilot
FPFluorescence Polarization
FPFiring Point (US DoD)
FPFood Pantry (various organizations)
FPFabricPath (Cisco)
FPFont Path
FPFamily Plan (insurance)
FPFluid Pressure
FPFalse Prophet (gaming)
FPFloral Park (Nassau County, New York)
FPField Position
FPFirst Printing
FPFast Page (memory)
FPFortepiano (music)
FPFile Processing
FPFix Pack (software)
FPField Point
FPForward Pass (football)
FPFestpreis (German: fixed price)
FPFine Pointing
FPFacility Planning
FPFixed Part
FPFashion Police
FPForte Piano (music dynamic)
FPFine Particulate
FPFission Product
FPFission Product (Nuclear Power)
FPFunctional Performance
FPForce Projection
FPForumPlanet
FPFlame Proof
FPFixed Priority (queue)
FPField Potential
FPFielding Percentage (baseball)
FPFine Particulate Matter
FPFront Populaire (French: Popular Front)
FPFederal Power Commission
FPFungiform Papilla (biology)
FPFlowery Pekoe (tea classification)
FPFeature Point
FPForce Programs
FPFacial Palsy (medical disorder)
FPFeature Package (Telabs)
FPForce Package
FPFire-Plug
FPFools Paradise
FPFeline Panleukopenia
FPFrame Protocol
FPForward Process
FPFund for Peace
FPFujimoto Pharmaceutical (Japan)
FPFound Property (law enforcement)
FPFlight Pilot
FPFowl Pox
FPFalcon Punch (gaming)
FPFile Protect
FPFlower Points (gaming)
FPFire Post (Singapore Civil Defence Force)
FPFundamental Period
FPFlying Pilot
FPFuse Plug
FPFemoral Pulse
FPFault Prone
FPFunny Papers
FPFlare Pistol
FPFrame Pulse (NEC)
FPForward Perpendicular
FPFluorescent Penetrant (non-destructive testing)
FPFlush Pipe
FPFracture Pattern
FPFramed Poster (entertainment web site)
FPForce Proposal
FPFictitious Play (game theory)
FPFielding Plan
FPFailure Potential
FPFunctional Proponent
FPFree Pratique (shipping)
FPFat Potential
FPForm Pointer
FPAssociation France Parkinson
FPFlank Protection
FPFondación Paraguaya (Paraguay microfinance)
FPFracture Plane
FPFlickPeek (website)
FPFellow of Photography (Degree)
FPFire Piston (primitive fire making device)
FPForwarding Processor
FPFrequency Panel
FPField Printer
FPForward Pocket (Australian football position)
FPFunctional Pages
FPFUNimation Productions
FPFilter Plenum
FPFamilial Pseudohyperkalemia
FPFixation Preference (ophthalmology)
FPFallout Prediction
FPFully Pressurized
FPFountain Pepsi
FPFiraisankinam-Pirenena (National Union, Madagscar, political party)
FPFlatPlanet
FPFullosia Press (online magazine)
FPFunzione Publica
FPFamily Program(s) (various organizations)
FPFédération de la Plasturgie (French: Federation of the Plastics Industry)
FPForensic Psychophysiologists
FPFortified Post
FPFriscoPride (non-profit organization for gay men and women; Frisco, TX)
FPFreePlay Clothing
FPFosforeira Portuguesa (Espinho, Portugal)
FPFibrinous Polyserositis (Glasser's disease in pigs)
FPFaulty Polygon
FPFukuoka Packing (est. 1956; Japan)
FPFinance and Procurement Division
FPFinpirates (Finnish private torrent tracker)
FPFungus Patrol
References in periodicals archive ?
Additional protection could be obtained using a variant of the UREX+ process that mixed certain radioactive fission products in with the plutonium and the minor actinides.
In this fuel, uranium dioxide or uranium nitride is embedded within tristructural-isotropic (TRISO) particles, which use several layers, including a silicon carbide layer, to contain fission products [10].
In this work, the effect of the spray system on the in-containment fission product during in-vessel release phase has been studied.
There was a greater concentration of fission products detected in the atmosphere over central Pennsylvania in the mid-1970s from a nuclear weapons test in China than there ever was from the Three Mile Island reactor in 1979.
However, in a hypothesized scenario of containment bypass, even if the containment building is not ruptured, fission products can be released to the environment.
Chang, "Development of a method of evaluating an inventory of fission products for a pebble bed reactor," Annals of Nuclear Energy, vol.
The heat in the cavity comes from two sources, that is, the decay power from fission products (FP) and the chemical reaction taking place in the melt.
In the nuclear process, mildly radioactive uranium is taken from the ground and bombarded by neutrons--and that part of the uranium which can split (is "fissile") Uranium-235, is transformed into radioactive twins of safe and stable elements in nature: There are hundreds of these "fission products." The human body doesn't know the difference between these lethal twins and safe and stable elements.
Antineutrinos are produced not only in the decay of uranium, thorium, and potassium isotopes but in a variety of others, including fission products in nuclear power reactors.
About 3% of the mass of spent nuclear fuel consists of fission products including strontium-90.' Because of its high decay energy and its long half-life of 30 years--it takes hundreds of years to decay naturally to harmless levels--strontium-90 is classified a high-level waste.
The heavy nuclei split into lighter isotopes called fission products, many of which are highly radioactive, such as iodine-129, iodine-131, strontium-90, and cesium-137.
HIGH MILK CONTAMINATION FROM NUCLEAR ACCIDENTS--Radioactive contamination of milk is likely to be "the most widespread hazard" resulting from a nuclear accident or explosion depositing fission products on agricultural land, according to recent studies in England reported in a forthcoming issue of Nature....