The revolutionary aspect is its ability to control these parameters independent of the main process control system.
What does MP stand for?
MP stands for Main Process
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We have 205 other meanings of MP in our Acronym Attic
- Mazowiecki Oddzial Zandarmerii Wojskowej (Polish: Mazowiecki Oddzial Military Police Unit)
- Machine Pistol
- Machu Picchu
- Macross Plus (anime movie)
- Madhubani Painting (artwork; India)
- Madhya Pradesh (state in India)
- Magic Points (gaming)
- Magnetic Pressure
- Magnified Plaid (band)
- Mail Protocol
Samples in periodicals archive:
Construction of the mine's main process building will begin in early August, while the mill is due to be enclosed by the end of the year to allow for work on the process plant to continue through the winter.
Towards the end of January 2010, the joint venture clients of Saudi Aramco and Conoco Phillips of the US have revealed that they have received bids from almost twenty international engineering companies for five engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts to build the main process and storage units at Yanbu export refinery.
Four DUPLEX double manual filters have been fitted downstream from the main process pre-coat filters, preventing contamination of sugar syrups and condensates if the main stream plant should fail.
Aligned roughly east-west and disposed in two groups of six either side of a glazed winter garden, the structures house the main process and research laboratories and public areas.
Oy Metsa-Botnia Ab, Rauma, Finland and Andritz Oy, Graz, Austria have signed a letter of intent under which Andritz will supply the main process equipment for Botnia's pulp mill currently being built in Fray Bentos, Uruguay.
All of the main process and research laboratories, and public areas, are above ground on one level, with the scientific buildings aligned east-west and disposed in two groups of six each side of a glazed winter garden.