MTU


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MTU

Abbreviation for:
malignant teratoma undifferentiated (see there)
medical therapy unit
methylthiouracil
mobile treatment unit
muscle tendon unit
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Speed is of the essence in the MTU DSL market space.
A service provider chooses a high-speed WAN connection for an MTU such as a T1 line and connects it to the access concentrator in the wiring closet.
The MTU Friedrichshafen has a unique role in that it manages the lion's share of the data for the MTU Group.
The company's sub-megawatt DFC fuel cell power plant is a collaborative effort combining its Direct FuelCell technology with a Hot Module[R] balance of plant design from MTU CFC Solutions, GmbH, a subsidiary of EQT.
MTU Series 1000, 1100, 1300 and 1500 engines currently meet EPA Tier 4 regulations as well as EU Stage IV emissions requirements in place since 2014.
MTU Detroit Diesel was formed through a longstanding partnership between MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH and Detroit Diesel Corporation dating back to 1994.
MTU will be presenting a model of its generator set based on the Series 4000 engine.
As we announced in March 2014, we will be continuing our close partnership with MTU to consolidate our business in medium and heavy-duty commercial vehicle engines for use in off-highway applications, said Dr Frank Reintjes, head of the Global Powertrain and Manufacturing Engineering division at Daimler Trucks.
Enterprise Mvision is an important part of our Simulation Data Management strategy and allows global customers like MTU Aero Engines to improve their processes by relying upon a flexible, accessible database for optimal communication between engineers.
Rolls-Royce is presenting the latest MTU propulsion systems, MTU bridge components, MTU automation products for yachts and the new global customer service and support programme, Premium Yacht Service, at the Salone Nautico in Genoa from 30 September to 5 October 2015.
MTU is world's largest manufacturer of passenger-car drive shafts