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haps

n. things that are happening; events. (Streets.) Come in and tell me the haps.
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The flight demonstration showcased how the HAPS system could provide mobile backhaul to enable mobile operators to extend broadband connectivity to rural areas that have either been entirely unserved due to lack of backhaul or allow them to upgrade 2G or 3G base stations to today's broadband speeds given this source of high capacity backhaul.
formed in December 2017 to plan and operate the HAPS business with the aim of bridging the world's digital divide.
We chose to use 2007-2010 as the baseline period and 2014-2015 as the postintervention period because HAP planning and implementation occurred from 2011 to 2013, with full implementation starting in 2014.
Currently, UAVs segment accounts for the largest share, in terms of revenue, of the global HAPs market.
Los HAPs presentan una toxicidad variable en funcion de su estructura molecular, influyendo factores como el tamano, la forma de las moleculas y la presencia de sustituyentes en determinadas posiciones de los anillos bencenicos.
You can use any design you desire for the top of the hap. Heavy-duty flannel or an old polar-fleece blanket could work for the backing of the hap.
"We started working on this project with Airbus DS to prepare a demonstration model of HAPS and by August the system was being assembled and tested in Dubai for a flight in September," said Amal Abdullah, an avionics engineer and one of the five Emiratis who worked on the project.
Final rule incorporates the concept of family of materials--In the final rule, applicability was limited to processes that produce materials emitting one of 15 HAPs, as well as a family of materials that are similar products (processes that produce variations of the same product and similar emission profiles are considered one CMPU).
The company changed the design and eliminated or modified several steps in the creation process, and the end result is the HAP (Hornady Action Pistol)--a jacketed bullet that in appearance simply lacks the notched, ready-to-expand additions of the nose opening.
After sintering at 1200[degrees]C, HAp-e samples (Ca/P ratio = 1.67) shows better densification, compatibility and finer particle size with respect to other newly produced HAps,(having lower Ca/P ratio,) treated at the same temperature.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a final regulation to reduce hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) from aluminum, copper and other nonferrous metalcasting area sources, or facilities that emit small amounts of HAPs.
The EPA regulations focus on the amount of HAPs that may be emitted into the air, not the amount that may be used in production.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has removed ethylene glycol butyl ether (EGBE) from the Clean Air Act (CAA) list of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs).
Depending upon the quantity of VOCs and/or HAPs involved, many businesses have needed to install new or additional air-pollution control equipment.