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NCRP

(Network Computer Reference Profile) The specification for network computer compliance established by Oracle and endorsed by Sun, IBM and others. The first version of this specification was known as the NC1 Reference Profile. See network computer.
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According to Phuentsholing Thromde, the total area of the Industrial Estate in Pasakha is measured as 188.18 acres as per the NCRP As per Thromde's record, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MoEA) has registered land size of 70.1 acres in Pasakha Industrial Area while the Lag Thram issued on 15/06/06 with the DoI showed a total area of 103.71 acres registered in MoEA's name.
In 2010, the United States Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health launched an initiative to reduce radiation exposure with medical imaging in response to reports of increasing occupational exposure from a NCRP investigation.
The results show that RSHSC is more effective than VBF and NCRP in decreasing energy consumption and increasing delivery ratio.
As we seek for a larger tree lifetime (see Section 5.4), lower energy consumption per round (see Section 5.5) and lower aggregation delay per round (see Section 5.6), we use the normalized values for the tree lifetime (TL), but complement of the normalized values for the energy consumption per round (ECR) and aggregation delay per round (ADR) to compute the NCRP score as a weighted average (weight = 1/3 for each metric) of these three values.
To adhere optimally to the ALARA principle, the authors recommend that radiographers use rectangular collimation meeting NCRP specifications for beam limitation when exposing intraoral radiographs.
(181.) The NCRP is a private radiation-protection and health-science organization chartered by Congress in 1964.
In this section, we use data from the NCRP to further investigate some of the results presented in prior sections.
These authorities include the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and American National Standards Institute (IEEE/ANSI) [4], the International Commissions on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) [5], and the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) [6].
In the general introduction to its chapter on "Fundamental or Direct Measurements of Activity in Radioactive Decay", the NCRP Report No.
The radiographic exposure for patients in both groups was well below the maximum permissible dose of 2.4 mSv as per the NCRP guidelines.
However, if it is assumed that the probability of a health consequence (e.g., cancer) is directly proportional to the radiation dose received, with no threshold below which effects are not expected, as has been repeatedly suggested by independent analyses such as the BEIR VII report of the US National Academy of Sciences (National Research Council 2006) and by the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP 2002), then the population level risks are equal to the probability of effect times the consequences of the exposure.