TNO


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TNO

abbr.
trans-Neptunian object
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* Reducing Middle Column Temperatures to Increase Water Concentration in Column Underflow, Kingsport (TNO) site
"This is the first time that a concept of this kind has been developed," said Bart Erich, researcher and project coordinator from partner TNO. "Theoretically the concept is very simple.
The proposal to use the gravitational force from the mass of the disc of several small objects, instead of a hypothetical massive planet, is not new in itself, the statement added, but the new theory is the first to explain the observed properties of the unusual TNO orbits in conjunction with the mass and gravity of the eight planets we know.
TNO, being a research institute, brings an additional feather to our cap at Sapienza and widens our current growth in the space sector."
TNO carried out the bulk of the test work at their facilities in The Netherlands, while Xodus managed the program and developed CFD schemes to be able to reproduce the measured results.
TNO is one of 13 not-for-profit regional tourism organizations funded by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism Culture and Sport.
The tests and lab experiments conducted at TNO and in Bolides own laboratory, have reached an advanced stage, but a number of final tests remain to be done.
However, the difference was not statistically significant (P = 0.085 for TNO and P = 0.092 for Titmus Fly) (Table 4).
His first patent issued in 1972; titled Method and optical arrangement for recognition of documents containing a relief reflects the route that Ruud was starting on at TNO which was to become his main focus - that of optical security features.
MAPS will also include a high performance signal processing and display system developed by TNO Defence, Security and Safety, the premier defence research and development organization in The Netherlands.
Other partners in this project are firms and institutions from the high-tech Dutch Brainport Region, including the Technical University of Eindhoven, research institute TNO, Xycarb Ceramics, Tegema Group and Fiberworx.
Siemens Energy and TNO, the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research, have signed an exclusive cooperation agreement aimed at the further advancement of amino-acid salt-based carbon capture technology.