SWE

SWE may refer to:

  • Sweden, the country's ISO 3166-1 alpha-3-code
  • Swedish language, the language's ISO 639-2 and ISO 639-3 language code
  • Standard Written English, the most common alphabetic code used to represent the English language
  • Snow-water equivalent, the product of snow depth and snow relative density (with respect to the density of liquid water)
  • Society of Women Engineers, a non-profit engineering organization
  • Society of Wood Engravers, a British printmakers' group
  • Software engineering, the discipline of software design
  • Sensor Web Enablement, an Open Geospatial Consortium framework for defining Sensor Web
  • The Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia, a compendium on wine
  • SWE, IATA airport code of Samberigi Airport in Papua New Guinea
  • Schrödinger wave equation, from quantum mechanics.
  • Staebler–Wronski effect, light-induced changes in the properties of silicon

Other articles related to "swe":

Handball At The 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's Tournament - Rankings and Statistics
... Erik Hajas (SWE) 42. 7 ... Pierre Thorsson (SWE) 42 ... All-star team Mats Olsson (SWE) Irfan Smajlagic (CRO) Magnus Andersson (SWE) Stéphane Stoecklin (FRA) Dmitri Torgovanov (RUS) Patrik Cavar (CRO) Frédéric Volle (FRA) ...
Athletics At The 1912 Summer Olympics – Men's Triple Jump - Results
... Place Athlete Preliminary Final Best mark 3 ... Rank 1 ... Gustaf Lindblom (SWE) 14.74 14.76 14.20 1st — 14.35 14.32 14.76 2 Georg Åberg (SWE) 13.58 13.90 14.51 ...
Athletics At The 1912 Summer Olympics – Men's Long Jump - Results
7.60 Calvin Bricker (CAN) 6.92 7.07 7.21 2nd 7.04 6.85 — 7.21 Georg Åberg (SWE) 7.04 6.70 6.99 3rd 6.98 7.18 6.63 7.18 4 Harry Worthington (USA) 7.03 6.96 6.65 4th 7.03 5 Eugene Mercer (USA) 6.97 6.84 6.84 5th 6.97 ...
Athletics At The 1912 Summer Olympics – Men's 10,000 Metres - Results - Final
... Orlando (ITA) 3331.2 — Mauritz Carlsson (SWE) Did not finish Tatu Kolehmainen (FIN) Did not finish Hugh Maguire (USA) Did not finish Len Richardson (RSA) Did not finish Louis Scott (USA) Did not ...