00 US Dollar) The most accurate force standards are based on machines operating on the deadweight principle.
What does DWT stand for?
DWT stands for Deadweight
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We have 52 other meanings of DWT in our Acronym Attic
- Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade
- Demineralized Water Storage Tank
- District Water and Sanitation Team (Ghana)
- Defensive Weapons System Team Trainer
- Door Wilskracht Steeds Verder (Dutch: By Willpower More Next)
- Deep Water Slender Wells, Ltd. (est. 1997)
- Data Warehouse Technologies
- Data Warehouse Tools (software)
- Davis Wright Tremaine
- Dead Weight Tons
Samples in periodicals archive:
But deadweight prices have also picked up as the increases in the liveweight trade has exerted upward pressure.
Chart recorders, deadweight testers and analog pressure gauges have been stock tools of the gas pipeline trade for decades.
Gifts from faraway grandparents and aunties fared even worse (the research was entitled, rather touchingly, The Deadweight Loss of Christmas).
Social cost can be split into two parts: actual assessment revenue collected and deadweight loss from the method of collection.
20 [pounds sterling]/kg deadweight paid in December when the OTMS was still running.
The uncertainty of the realization of force for the national deadweight force standards at NIST is discussed, as well as the uncertainties associated with NIST's voltage-ratio measuring instruments and with the characteristics of transducers being calibrated.
The Model 501AR can be used with the company's Model 472-1 ConstaLoader controlled descent durometer test stand or the Model 478 deadweight test stand, featured in the photograph.