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SIC

Latin, In such manner; so; thus.

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Holding: The Tax Court held that the SIC loan was still outstanding and therefore was not discharged.
The fabricated SiC power module integrates two SiC transistors into one package and achieves 6m?
The SIC website may be updated with the live streaming feature so that any cultural and other activities may be viewed live by the people of the member states.
This SiC Junction Transistor SPICE model adds to GeneSiC's comprehensive suite of design support tools, technical documentation, and reliability information to provide power electronics engineers with the design resources necessary to implement GeneSiC's comprehensive family of SiC Junction Transistors and Rectifiers into the next generation of power systems.
The market size of SiC power devices is expected to grow to be about 30 billion yen in 2020.
The Influence of the SiC Particles on the Storage Modulus of the SIC-Strengthened MREs and Their Microstructure
Inverters based on SiC power devices are already used in such applications as power sources of servers for data centers, distributed power supply systems for new energies, and subway railcars.
SiC, alone or mixed with 75% ferrosilicon, also caused an improvement in the nodule size distribution.
SiC was suspended in aqueous solutions of dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, an anionic type of surfactant, and then in situ chemical oxidative polymerization of pyrrole followed.
Along with a plaque recognizing the successes of the implementation committee, the Minnesota SIC received a $1,000 award.
SIC 3089 roughly corresponds to custom plastics processors other than compounders or producers of film, sheet, proffles, laminates, pipe, bottles, foams, and plumbing fixtures.