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What does GRWT stand for?

GRWT stands for Gross Weight

This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Science, medicine, engineering, etc.

Samples in periodicals archive:

Although the structure has a maximum gross weight (MGW) limit of 17 tons, lorries weighing more than 44 tons are regularly using the bridge, which is more than 110 years old.
The report, part of an inquiry into the appalling treatment of schizophrenia, confirms that gross weight gain at a "startling" rate is a side effect and that there is widespread ignorance among psychiatrists about dosage and effects.
The new design delivers more useful load, increasing gross weight to accommodate passengers allowing the aircraft to become the best solution for short business trips within the region such as Iraq, Lebanon Egypt etc, and other personal trips.
Machine has a gross weight of 5,500 pounds, allowing it to be towed with a 1-ton truck.
During climb out in their B-52, following a maximum gross weight takeoff for an Operation ENDURING FREEDOM combat sortie, the pilots of Havoc 21 noticed the number four engine low oil pressure light was illuminated.
The B model is a basic, hands-on, day VFR trainer with a maximum gross weight of 3,200 pounds, a maximum forward airspeed of 130 knots, and the ability to remain airborne for over 2.