Accm


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Accm

(metallurgy)
The temperature at which the solution of cementite in austenite is completed upon heating a hypereutectoid steel.

aCcm

(electricity)
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Organized by the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, with help from three other Chinese institutions, ACCM is held every two years and is now in its fifth incarnation, attracting participation from an international roster of academics, researchers, and industry workers.