This was a pre-production test aircraft operating on a permit to fly, and the pilot operated within the cleared speeds and loadings.
What does PPT stand for?
PPT stands for Pre-Production Test
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- Planning & Placement Team
- Plunge Protection Team (nickname; Working Group on Financial Markets)
- Positive Partial Transpose
- Positive Psychotherapy
- Post Production Test
- Posterior Pelvic Tilt
- Postponed (baseball)
- Power Point File format/extension (Microsoft)
- Powered Pallet Truck
- Pre-Paid Tuition (various locations)
- Precipitate (chemistry)
- Precision Pad Technology
- Precision Position Tracker (optical tracking system used in virtual reality)
- Precision Pressure Transducer
- Prentiss Properties Trust (real estate investement trust; various locations)
- President Pro Tempore
- Presidential Prayer Team
- Pressure Pain Threshold
- Primitive Pythagorean Triple (ordered triple of relatively prime integers that satisfy the Pythagorean theorem)
- Princess Peach Toadstool (Mario Games)
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In this role, Knudsen will be responsible for the quality processes from development, supply chain, pre-production test and validation, manufacturing, manufacturing test, installation and fulfillment to drive continuous improvement of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) products.
During pre-production tests of the compound, friction tests were carried out by Cranfield Aerospace.
UQM Technologies electric propulsion systems are also powering the Saab 9-3 ePower and Audi A-1 e-tron pre-production test fleets, and a UQM PowerPhase([R]) propulsion system was recently selected by Rolls-Royce to power its 102EX Electric Phantom.
UQM Technologies electric propulsion systems are powering the Saab 9-3 ePower and Audi A-1 e-tron pre-production test fleets, and the UQM PowerPhase([R]) propulsion system was recently selected by Rolls-Royce to power its 102EX Electric Phantom, introduced at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.
UQM Technologies is supplying electric propulsion systems to Rolls-Royce's recently announced 102EX Electric Phantom, joining Saab's 9-3 ePower and Audi's A1 e-tron as a user of UQM PowerPhase([R]) propulsion systems in a pre-production test fleet.
UQM Technologies electric propulsion systems are also powering Saab 9-3 ePower and Audi A-1 e-tron pre-production test fleets.
Biohazard Detection System (BDS) pre-production tests, which began July 14 at 15 Processing & Distribution Centers, will continue in Baltimore, Cleveland, Lancaster and Pittsburgh until the final production equipment is deployed.