The Su-39 has a design gross weight of 21,500 kg with 6000 kg of ordnance.
What does DGW stand for?
DGW stands for Design Gross Weight (UK)
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We have 11 other meanings of DGW in our Acronym Attic
- Dynamic Global Vegetation Model
- Deutsche Gesellschaft für die Vereinten Nationen (German: United Nations Association of Germany)
- Des-Glycinimide Arginine Vasopressin
- Dienst Geneeskundige Verzorging Politie (Dutch insurance company)
- Durbin Greenbrier Valley Railroad (West Virginia)
- Directors General for Vocational Training (Finland)
- Declared Gross Vehicle Weight
- Danger Global Warming
- Darius Goes West (movie)
- Data Gateway
- Disc Golf World (Kansas City, MO)
- Do Good Work
- Dobermann Vom Gebrannten Walde (French dog club)
- Doctor's Good Will (medical software)
- Double-Glazed Window(s)
- Dynamic Graph Watermarking
- Design Guidelines Waiver Committee (Singapore)
- Designing Great Web Courses (TeleLearning Network of Centres of Excellence; Canada)
- Deformed Gauss-Weingarten Equation
- Donor Government Working Group (United Nations Development Programme)
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maximum design gross weight SPEED: 518 mph CEILING: more than 35,000 ft.
The aircraft was tested to provide a design gross weight capability of 585,000 pounds.