PCE

PCE may stand for:

In business and economics:

  • Personal consumption expenditure (or "Private consumption expenditure")
  • Personal consumption expenditures price index

In organizations:

  • Parents for Choice in Education
  • Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, New Zealand government agency
  • Parti Communautaire Européen, a political party in Belgium
  • Partido Comunista de España, the Communist Party of Spain
  • Partido Comunista del Ecuador, the Communist Party of Ecuador
  • Power cost equalization, a state subsidy in Alaska

In chemistry:

  • Tetrachloroethylene (perchloroethylene).
  • Partial chemical equilibrium.

In engineering:

  • Power conditioning equipment
  • Pyrometric cone equivalent
  • Process control engineering

In medicine:

  • Prenatal cocaine exposure exposure of a fetus to cocaine when a pregnant woman uses the drug
  • Eticyclidine, a dissociative anesthetic drug.

In computing:

  • Path computation element, a network element used for pathfinding
  • Private Character Editor, a Microsoft Windows component
  • Post-completion errors, a class of errors in human-computer interaction
  • Principle of computational equivalence, a concept developed by Stephen Wolfram published in the book A New Kind of Science
  • PC Engine, a video game console.

In military:

  • Patrol Craft Escort, a US Navy hull classification symbol
  • In the Royal Navy means, Passed Command Examinations

In other fields:

  • Professional continuing education, a type of adult education
  • Passenger car equivalent, a measure of traffic flow
  • Partial Compliance Evaluation, a procedure used by the US Environmental Protection Agency

In institutions:

  • Padmanava College of Engineering, Rourkela, an engineering college located in Rourkela in Orissa state of India, and affiliated to Biju Patnaik University of Technology.
  • Parshvanath College of Engineering, an engineering college located in Thane (West) in Maharashtra state of India, and affiliated to the University of Mumbai.

Other articles related to "pce":

Communist Party Of Spain (Reconstituted)
... The Partido Comunista de España (Reconstituido), PCE(r) is a Spanish clandestine communist party that broke out from the Communist Party of Spain (PCE) ... In 1976 PCE(r) set up the Antifascist Resistance Groups October First (GRAPO), as its armed resistance front ... Despite its present marginal status, the PCE(r)'s fierce Anti-Americanism still strikes a chord among some Spaniards ...
Max Ephraim Jr - Ensign Ephraim, US Navy Reserves
... duty, Max was assigned to the Pacific Theater as an engineering officer aboard the USS PCE-843, a 185-foot Patrol Craft Escort of the Corvette type that was laid down on 25 June 1943 and delivered to the US ... On 21 January 1945, Max and the PCE-843 sailed from Key West and, three days later, arrived at Coco Solo, Canal Zone, from whence she departed on 1 ... The PCE 843 arrived at Bora Bora, Society Islands, on the 16th and set out the following day for New Guinea and arrived at Hollandia on 3 March ...
Janine Niépce
... Janine Niépce (February 12, 1921 – August 5, 2007) was a French photographer ... A cousin of Nicéphore Niépce, the pioneer of photography, she was born into a family of winemakers in Burgundy ...
Manuel Bonnet - Career
... of the photographic pioneer Nicéphore Niépce, Manuel Bonnet was the co-writer, with Jean-Louis Marignier of the book “Niépce, correspondance et papiers”, published by Maison Nicéphore ...