EuP


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EuP

(Energy-Using Product) See ErP.
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We sought to compare outcomes of both open and laparoscopic pyeloplasty using EUP and DJ stents.
After commencing with the enrichment of uranium to 20% U-235 in early 2010, Iran accumulated about 150 kilograms of EUP at this enrichment by the end of 2011, and it crossed the 200 kg threshold sometime in the middle of 2012.
Its affiliate EUP, with its World Health Organization certified facility, the first dedicated facility to manufacture oncology drugs in the Mena region," he added.
In early 2009, EUP students began to occupy Phase I of the Highlands, a new $115-million suite-style student housing and dining hall complex.
The individual EUP units, one per cylinder, are driven from an additional lobe on the camshaft and are arranged along the engine to allow for short equal length high-pressure pipes between the EUP and its corresponding injector.
The decision to require an EUP would ensure that testing will be conducted in a manner least likely to result in unreasonable adverse effects on the environment,' Schatzow says.
Andy Flatley received a $250 runner-up EUP Design Excellence Award for his “Wonderphonium,” which amplifies music from MPV players, Ipods and cell phones via a nostalgic, miniature gramophone “horn.
Iran continues to add gas centrifuge uranium enrichment capacity and may have enough soon to produce EUP for one reload of PWR fuel per year for Bushehr-1.
The EUP allows Valent BioSciences Corporation and its collaborators to evaluate the naturally occurring plant growth regulator S-ABA for two new uses: flowering delay for hybrid seed production and induction of cold tolerance to enable early planting.
For the purposes of supply-demands analysis there is no use to distinguish between these forms of EUP because our main areas of interest are natural uranium, secondary sources used to substitute for natural uranium and separative work needed for enrichment.