acon


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

acon

i. A streamlined fairing over an external direction finder (DF) loop.
ii. Any streamlined body introduced at the intersection of two aerodynamic surfaces, such as fin and tailplane, especially in transonic aircraft to reduce peak suction.
References in periodicals archive ?
Acon Laboratories, a privately-owned diagnostics and medical device company, produces a broad range of medical diagnostic and healthcare products that are sold in over 130 countries worldwide.
Jorge Dickens, managing partner at ACON, said, 'We look forward to working with Citla in analysing the significant opportunities that we expect will arise in the context of Mexico's energy reform and currently low oil prices; Mexico has large potential in certain types of fields and enjoys relatively low upstream costs.
The sensitivity and negative predictive value of Intec China (98%) and Determine Abbot (98%) were similar to each other however, these were higher when compared to Acon USA (95%).
8220;We believe this transaction will drive tremendous growth and value,” said Ken Brotman a Founding Partner of ACON.
Sirystes sibilator con ampliacion de distribucion geografica en esta region en VIRG, PUER, ACON y VARS registrado por Losada-Prado et al.
ACON will control the business, but Morris will "continue to retain an important minority stake.
During the War Mrs Acon worked in a munitions factory, checking huge shells coming off the production line.
1970, 1972), Acon (1975), Arle y Guimaraes (1981), Palacios-Vargas (1985), Riveron (1985), RiosSais y Villavicencio-Becerril (1994), MejiaRecamier et al.
WASHINGTON -- ACON Investments LLC ("ACON") and the management team of Saga Petroleum Corp.
s (OTCQB Venture Market: INNV) has entered into an agreement with San Diego-based diagnostic product manufacturer Acon Laboratories, Inc.
12 July 2017 - US-based private equity investment firm Acon Investments, L.
Washington, DC-based ACON Investments affiliate, ACON Latin America Opportunities Fund IV, L.