The incident happened in the central engineering surfaces workshops - it is not actually concerned with production operations at the plant.
What does CE stand for?
CE stands for Central Engineering (Smithsonian Observatory)
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- Catalysis Engineering (Delft University of Technology)
- Cataract Extraction
- Categorical Exclusion
- Ceara (Brazil)
- Ceará (Brazilian state)
- Cedar Environmental (Lebanon)
- Cell Envelope
- Center for Epidemiological Research
- Center of Effort
- Center of Excellence
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The EoACAyone-nation one test' plan applies to a common entrance exam for central engineering institutions, including the prestigious Indian Institute of Techology (IIT).
Steve Cox, UU central engineering services manager, said: This is bad news for thieves as it makes it increasingly difficult to sell their illgotten gains.
Steve Cox, UU central engineering services manager, said: This is bad news for thieves as it makes it increasingly difficult to sell their ill gotten gains.
SSC San Diego's Central Engineering Activity (CEA) Laboratory received the first chip-scale atomic clock from the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) Laboratory last year and will start characterizing a new CSAC from Symmetricom Corp.
Central Engineering and Plant Systems: Yong Hwan KIM (Korea) Control/Heating and Current Drive Sytems/Diagnostics: Dhiraj BORA (India) With these designations the top management structure of the prospective ITER Organisation is now complete.
9 million [euro] Products: Fentanyl, buprenorphine, itraconazole, haloperidol Key Project Participants: * Manufacturers: SKAN, Hosokawa Alpine, AZO, Ensysta, Promatic B Designer: Janssen Pharmaceutica Chemical Production Engineering and Central Engineering Department, and Foster Wheeler/BNS Engineering * Equipment Suppliers: Skan, Azo, Alpine Timeline: * Concept/Mock ups: May 2000 * Basic engineering: October 2000 * Detailed design: January 2001 * Start installation: September 2001 * Mechanical completion: April 2002 * Process start up, qualification: August 2002 * Hand over to client (start validation): August 2003 * First commercial production: April 2004