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Synonyms for ABS

any of a class of composite plastics used to make car bodies and cases for computers and other appliances

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The report is a compilation of market dynamics, regional analysis, competitive landscape, and other important aspects of the of the global Automotive Abs System Market.
MOTC Department of Railways and Highways section chief Michael Chao said the ministry followed a precedent set by EU regulations when it amended Vehicle Safety Testing Regulations to require scooters that have engines that are 126 cc and above be installed with ABS. However, scooters with engines that are 125 cc or less, must either have ABS or CBS installed, as the horsepower is not as powerful and speed not as rapid as the larger scooters, said Chao.
Rising consumer debt will have miniscule effect on the ratings of core ABS asset types.
"Using 3D software models is the logical next step for ABS as we expand our digital footprint and continually enhance the class experience," said ABS Vice President for Technology, Gareth Burton.
In this method, the ABS gets dissolved, and the GO is dispersed in DMF.
"I am very excited to join ABS and its impressive senior leadership team," Simpson said.
Jim Frownfelter, said: "I would like to thank Tom for his immense hard work in getting ABS to where it is today.
Growth in demand for safety features, technological advancement, and increase in global safety protocols for vehicle safety drives the ABS market.
ABS has selected the ABV conditional access and middleware system, along with Ali chips for its Set-Top Boxes.
[13] found out that PP-g-MAH acts as an efficient compatibilizer in ABS/PP system and that ABS can effectively improve the impact toughness of iPP via proper compatibilization.
This month, polymer expert and technical blog author, Dr Charlie Geddes, 'clears' the myths about ABS and looks into how changing the chemical composition can affect its properties
When the recovered plastics come from landfills, it is neither technically nor economically viable, and the usual option for these materials (usually LDPE, polypropylene, polystyrene, polyvinyl chloride, polyethylene terephthalate, ABS, and aluminum blends) is incineration to produce energy.
* Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) industry supply scenario in Malaysia from 2005 to 2019, comprising plant capacity growth and installed plant capacity by production process and technology
On modern roads, where the tarmac is more often too smooth and slippery, ABS are all the more relevant on those powerful two-wheeled beasts packed with insane power.
These include high stiffness, heat resistance, low moulding shrinkage ratios, low emissions and weight reduction when compared to glass fibre reinforced ABS. For example, ELIX ECO ABS-NF has a density of 1.12 compared to 1.15 for ABS-GF.