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THRThe Human Resource (various locations)
THRThe House of Representatives (US Congress)
THRThe Hollywood Reporter
THRThursday
THRThreonine (Amino Acid)
THRTotal Hip Replacement
THRThrust
THRTobacco Harm Reduction (various organizations)
THRTechnical Human Resources (Kazakhstan)
THRTexas Health Resources
THRTarget Heart Rate
THRTake Home Ration (nutrition; various locations)
THRTraditional Herbal Registration (UK)
THRThe High Road (firearms forum)
THRThrough Hole Reflow
THRTurn Hard Right (direction)
THRThyroid Hormone Receptor
THRThe Homeschooling Revolution (blog)
THRThruster
THRTransmit Holding Register
THRThrough-Hole Reflow
THRTraining Heart Rate
THRTehran, Iran - Mehrabad (Airport Code)
THRThreshold Requirements
THRThreshold Heart Rate
THRTolerable Hazard Rate
THRTotal Herd Reporting (cattle breeding)
THRTotal Heat of Rejection (condenser capacity, refrigeration)
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The described algorithms are based on the decomposition of the thruster configuration matrix.
Horses who go well on Equitrack tend to have a good cruising speed, and The Thruster fits the bill.
Since the first azimuth thruster was developed from Rauma more than 50 years ago, Rolls-Royce thrusters have become the standard choice for customers demanding high levels of reliability, power and performance often in extremely challenging environments.
Supposing the control variance is [[sigma].sub.2] (representing the system error of actuator, namely, impulse error of thruster), Inxn is an N-order unit matrix and thus
First, we analyze the controls effectiveness matrix deviation caused by the factors such as thruster installation and take uncertainty ellipsoid set to express this control efficiency matrix uncertainty.
The thrusters will be used to improve cornering, acceleration, top speed, and braking.
As described above, the moment vector [T.sub.i] is defined as the outer product between the thruster's position vector [r.sub.i] and orientation vector [d.sub.i].
But a set of thrusters aboard the Voyager 1 spacecraft successfully fired up Wednesday after 37 years without use.
New Delhi [India], July 22 ( ANI ): An Indian start-up foraying into space technology is coming up with a propulsion system for satellites known as Microwave Thruster, designed to run on water as fuel medium.
NERC and BAS are long-term users of the Tees White Gill Thruster, the units being installed on RRS Discovery, James Clark Ross, and Charles Darwin.
Besides offering rudder protection, Ecoshield is also suitable for thrusters, azimuth thrusters, azipods, thruster nozzles, kort nozzles, thruster tunnels and other underwater ship gear which needs special protection from corrosion.