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MSC

Abbreviation for:
major septic complication
major symptom complex
marrow stem cells
Masters of Science 
Materials Services Center
medial septum complex
Medicaid Service Coordinator
Medical Services Committee  
medical smart card
medical staff corps
Medicare Status Code
medicines selection committee
membrane secretory component
mesenchymal stem cell
mid-systolic click
migrating spike complex
Modernising Scientific Careers, see there 
Moloney sarcoma cell
morphine sulphate
motile sperm count
motor-sensory cortex
myeloid suppressor cells

Msc

Abbrev. for Master of Science.
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"Today, every employee in every enterprises - and engineers in particular - must create value," said Tom Curry, president and chief executive officer of the Macneal-Schwendler Corp.
offer videotapes that help users correlate analysis and test results, while The MacNeal-Schwendler Corp.
One of the most important things designers need to know is that "a correct answer doesn't necessarily simulate the real world," said Tom Vorgitch, director of corporate marketing at MacNeal-Schwendler. "In an extreme example, an analysis might converge even when the designer specifies the wrong load, but it still isn't converging to the real world.
"Heat transfer in a practical sense is a nonlinear science," said Michael Chanik, section manager and thermal scientist at MacNeal-Schwendler Corp.
However, the Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciales, Brazil's equivalent of NASA, used the finite element analysis software MSC/NASTRAN from MacNeal-Schwendler Corp.
Finite element analysis codes, such as MSC/Nastran from the MacNeal-Schwendler Corp.
Version 6.0 supports two-way interfaces to MSC/Nastran from MacNeal-Schwendler Corp.
Peter Van Vooren, Dynamic Engineering's representative in the United States, said Sysnoise was specifically designed to interface with Ansys, I-Deas from Structural Dynamics Research Corp., Patran from PDA Engineering, Nastran from MacNeal-Schwendler, and a number of European FEA codes.