Hefa


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Noun1.Hefa - a major port in northwestern IsraelHefa - a major port in northwestern Israel
Israel, State of Israel, Yisrael, Zion, Sion - Jewish republic in southwestern Asia at eastern end of Mediterranean; formerly part of Palestine
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HEFA that rate That means the proportion of successful IVF cycles has increased by nearly three quarters (71 per cent) in 25 years.
"Weihu guojia zhuquan yu anquan de zhengdang hefa zhiju: woguo huashe donghai fangkong shibiequ de falu jiedu" [the legitimate and lawful move of safeguarding national sovereignty and security--legal interpretation of China's establishment of the East China Sea air defense identification zone].
Ghatala notes no fewer than five major chemical pathways that can be used to turn feedstocks such as plant sugars and starches or oil seed extracts into bio-based jet fuel, or "biojet." ASTM has already certified two of these approaches: Fischer-Tropsch (FT) and hydrotreated esters and fatty acids (HEFA).
It is mostly used in chemical manufacturing laboratories, used in transformer for supply fresh air into the oil tank to prevent the formation of corrosion of the tank of transformer, it is used as a mask in world war second to safe guard the soldiers from the biological weapons and also used as a filter for HEFA.
(5) These are (1) coal, biomass, or natural-gas-based jet fuel (Fischer-Tropsch Synthetic Paraffinic Kerosene, FT-SPK)-- up to 50 percent; (2) Fischer-Tropsch fuels with added aromatic content (FT-SKA)-- up to 50 percent; (3) plant, oil, and fat-based fuel or hydroprocessed esters and fatty acids (HEFA)--up to 50 percent; (4) sugar-based jet fuel or synthesized isoparaffins (SIP)--up to 10 percent; and (5) alcohol-based jet fuel or alcohol to jet (ATJ)--up to 30 percent.
Figure 2b shows the sampling line for the 0.038 m diameter prototype; it consisted of a dilution airflow blower (model 119104, Ametek, Inc.) with HEFA filter for intake air, a thermocouple thermometer (4015CC, Cole-Parmer LLC), a particle mass monitor (pDR-1200, Thermo Fisher Inc.), a pressure gage, an after-filter and an air mover (e.g., pump).
ARA's process uses the same feedstocks as the Hydro-processed Esters and Fatty Acids (HEFA) 50-percent advanced biofuel blend previously approved by the Navy, but goes through a unique conversion process that provides a fully synthetic fuel that does not need to be blended, Kamin said.
This marks a renewable jet fuel purchase agreements with a long-term, binding commitment for HEFA (hydro-processed esters and fatty acids) based renewable jet fuel.
" We have decided to set up a Higher Education Financing Agency ( HEFA) with an initial capital base of ` 1,000 crore.
Hefa Cheng showed that More than 100 volatiles are found in yogurt at low to trace concentrations (68).
El complejo de proteinas HefB, HefC, HefA y TolC se ha identificado en la superficie periplasmatica de la membrana interna y son de gran interes debido a que desempenan un papel importante en una bomba de eflujo multifarmaco dependiente de energia y, por ende, en la resistencia a los antibioticos [70].