Unconventional energy systems still under development, including nuclear fusion, ocean energy, and direct energy conversion by thermionic methods, are covered as well.
What does DEC stand for?
DEC stands for Direct Energy Conversion
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of DEC
We have 311 other meanings of DEC in our Acronym Attic
- Digital Engine Control
- Digital Entertainment Center (various companies)
- Digital Equipment Corporation
- Digital Extended Command
- Dingwall Evangelical Church (UK)
- Diplôme d'Etudes Chorégraphiques (French: Diploma of Choreography Studies)
- Diplôme d'Etudes Collégiales (French: College Diploma; Canada)
- Diplôme d'Etudes Complémentaires (French: Complementary Diploma; Belgium)
- Diplôme d'Expertise Comptable (French: Diploma of Chartered Accounting)
- Direccion de Estadistica y Censo (Spanish)
- Director's Executive Council
- Disability Empowerment Center (various locations)
- Disaster Emergency Communications
- Disasters Emergency Committee (UK)
- Disease Endemic Country
- Dispersion Equalization Card
- Display Energy Certificate (UK energy certificate for commercial buildings)
- Disposable Enterics Card
- Distance Education Center
- Distributed Education Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
A TPV generator is a direct energy conversion technology that makes use of photovoltaic cells, which are similar to solar cells, to convert infrared radiant energy to electric power.
But that has changed with the advent of nanotechnology, direct energy conversion technologies, biotechnology, microelectronics, photonics, and other evolving and emerging technologies.
ITN will contribute additional technologies, including direct energy conversion, fuel cells and thermal desalinization.
Thermo Electron Technologies Corporation develops advanced technology in electro-optic and electro-acoustic systems, signal processing, materials technology, lasers, and direct energy conversion.
Thermo Electron Technologies Corporation develops advanced technology in electro-optic and electro-acoustic systems, signal processing, material technology, lasers, and direct energy conversion.