energetics


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en·er·get·ics

(en'ĕr-jet'iks),
The study of the energy changes involved in physical and chemical reactions and in overall systems.

energetics

(ĕn″ĕr-jĕt′ĭks)
The study of energy, esp. in relation to human use of energy in the form of food and the expenditure of energy in work or athletic exercise.
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Energetics manufacturing also faces a future challenge: 181 energetic materials are at risk of becoming unavailable to the department in the near future, according to a team chartered by the under secretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics in 2012.
Since arriving in Coleshill, Energetics has secured a number of contracts to design, build and connect the multi utility networks for a wide range of projects.
Energetics scientists and engineers were part of a process.
But energetics tells us that a pound of potatoes contains 279 food energy calories, which makes a gallon of gas equivalent (in joules) to almost 130 pounds of potatoes.
Bill McSheffery, major developments manager for Energetics, said the move was part of ongoing plans for expansion.
Energetics chief executive Bill McClymont said: "In terms of new housing and regeneration, the Midlands is probably the most go-ahead and exciting region in the UK and we want to be fully involved.
Energetics experts are needed to address both propellant and warhead issues in unmanned systems weapons.
Core Energetics South--Pamela L Chubbuck PhD, director.
In the first look at the energetics of Emperor penguins in the wild, Le Maho and her colleagues have gauged just how efficient the huddle is.
CACI International Inc (NYSE: CACI) announced today that it has entered into a strategic teaming agreement with Laser Energetics, Inc.
The measurements may also jolt zoologists into taking another look at the energetics of hunting.

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