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ECU

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ECU

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Ecuador. The code is used for transactions to and from Ecuadorian bank accounts and for international shipping to Ecuador. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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ECU

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ECU

see EUROPEAN CURRENCY UNIT.
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For braking ECUs this means the ECU verifies the individual service pack for a second time by using the HSM.
Parts of the ECUs in this class reinforce that the students have the knowledge, vision of their world and recognize that their views need to be considered for the nursing course to represent the aspirations of the academic and non-academic community.
Figure 6 is the panel monitors the status of ECUs in the network.
The hindering subcategories were: Realizing the lack of experience and knowledge of emergency professionals; Citing the deficit in the number of professionals; Realizing the burden of ECUs in the emergency healthcare network; Identifying difficulties in the implementation of Nursing Care Systematization (NCS); and Recognizing the need for team meetings.
In most cases, these recalls are caused by faults that somehow still managed to escape the seemingly rigorous tests most ECUs are put through.
Webber qualified second on the grid for his home race on Sunday, but a software-related issue with his car's ECU saw him make a poor start and drop to seventh place by the end of the opening lap.
The presented platform provides many advantages for testing ECUs and is complementary to our work.
Obviously, the 912 iS is an electric engine and requires about 15 amps to operate the pumps and ECUs. It gets that power from two permanent magnet alternators mounted on the flywheel--or more accurately, the magnets are on the flywheel and the coils are fixed, immersed in oil for cooling.
And an ULCANS-shaded ECU was shown to operate more efficiently, keeping the shelter cool even during the hottest part of the day with reduced power.
Sheffield-based ECUS is the first UK business to adopt the model, and was attracted by the chance to reduce its carbon footprint and keep
Designers of new residential projects or renovations, as well as SCI/D hospital and long-term-care facilities, should provide the infrastructure, specify appliances, and select electronic devices compatible with the ECUs available in the marketplace.
10 -- Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Ltd (RBEI), the engineering and IT services subsidiary of Bosch in India, has launched a state-of-the-art Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Lab in Coimbatore that will help enhance the reliability of automotive components like Electronic Control Units (ECUs).