[[banner]] The scope of ABB's work will include communication and auxiliary systems, and IEC 61850 compliant substation automation, control and protection.
What does AX stand for?
AX stands for Auxiliary Systems
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of AX
- Anime Expo (animation convention)
- Anion Exchanger
- Arcade Extreme (game)
- Architecture Extended
- Arenacross (motor sports)
- Armani Exchange
- Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company
- Auto Cross
- Automatic Transmission
- AUXOP (AUXMIS)
- Axillary (armpit)
- Concept for Long Range Advanced Missile
- X-Axis Acceleration
- American Axle & Manufacturing Company
- Amateur X.25 Protocol (used by Hams)
- Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician First Class (Naval Rating)
- Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician Second Class (Naval Rating)
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He notes that "over 90% of the preliminary design will be completed by June 2012 for the following US contributions: central solenoid, toroidal field conductor, tokamak cooling water system, vacuum auxiliary systems, steady state electrical network, ion cyclotron transmission lines, and two diagnostic instruments.
The turnkey orders include civil works and auxiliary systems as well as the supply of key products such as gas-insulated switchgear (GIS), transformers, protection equipment and substation automation.
This award, which is the first orderthrough which Hydrogenics has workeddirectly with Siemens, includes outdoorhousing, a hydrogen purification deviceand auxiliary systems.
The first is a three-year extendable contract for preventive maintenance and emergency services for GCCIAAEs high voltage direct current (HVDC) substation in Al Fadhili, eastern Saudi Arabia, to preserve and protect the cooling system, HVDC poles, rectifier transformers, outdoor switchyard equipment and all auxiliary systems.
This project in Portland, Oregon will seek to develop technologies including engine downsizing, electrification of auxiliary systems such as oil and water pumps, waste heat recovery, improved aerodynamics and hybridisation.
Navy living barges and their auxiliary systems (hull, mechanical and electrical) including the potential of periodic docking.