Science and Technology
- Sodium Adsorption Ratio, a measure of the suitability of water for agricultural irrigation
- Sulfuric Acid Recovery (or Regeneration), a common hydrocarbon processing application
- Synthetic Aperture Radar, an active microwave remote sensing technology
- Successive Approximation Register
- SAR-21 (Singapore Assault Rifle - 21st century), used by the Singapore army
- SAR-87, the Sterling Assault Rifle - 1987
- Semi-automatic rifle, a type of rifle
- Submarine Advanced Reactor, naval nuclear reactor, developed for radar picket submarine Triton
- IPCC Second Assessment Report
- Sar (astronomy), a period of 9 years 5 days, used to predict eclipses
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