Definitions for "TCE"
Trichloroethylene - A heat transfer fluid.
a heavy colorless highly toxic liquid used as a solvent to clean electronic components and for dry cleaning and as a fumigant; causes cancer and liver and lung damage
TCE is a liquid chemical, similar to chloroform, that is often used as a degreasing agent. Ingestion of TCE in drinking water can lead to problems with the liver and increased risk of cancer.
temperature coefficients of expansion
(CTE) Thermal Coefficient of Expansion (Coefficient of Thermal Expansion). The rate of expansion (ppm/C) of a material when its temperature is increased.
See CTE.
The highest educational qualification attainable in the Tasmanian secondary school system, which replaced the Higher School Certificate (HSC) in 1992.
Tasmanian Certificate of Education. See also Senior Secondary Certificate of Education.
tonne of coal equivalent
TCE is the abbreviation for Time Charter Equivalent. TCE revenues, which is voyage revenues less voyage expenses, serves as an industry standard for measuring and managing fleet revenue and comparing results between geographical regions and among competitors.
Time Charter Equivalent. A measure that makes it possible to compare the revenues of vessels that are employed on different types of charters such as time and voyage charters.
Keywords:  trichloroethene
Tax Counseling for the Elderly – A program run by trained volunteers, offering free tax preparation services to people 60 years or older.
Keywords:  crew, truck, evaluator
truck crew evaluator
Technical Committee on the Environment
Keywords:  cleaning, cancer, material, cause
TCE is a material used in cleaning. It can cause cancer.