Temperature increases, due to the work input of the impeller, are reduced through the diaphragm flow path thereby reducing the temperature into the downstream stage.
What does WI stand for?
WI stands for Work Input (simple machines)
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We have 21 other meanings of WI in our Acronym Attic
- Winrock International
- Wipro Infotech
- Wirtschaftsinformatik (German)
- Wisconsin (US postal abbreviation)
- Women's Initiative (American University)
- Women's Institute
- Women's Reserve Intelligence Duties (US Navy)
- Woodwork Institute (formerly Woodwork Institute of California)
- Work Instruction
- Work Items
- Workforce Informer (various organizations)
- Working Interest
- Write Image
- Writing Intensive
- Wrought Iron
- Washington, Idaho & Montana Railway Company
- Wisconsin Association of Colleges and Employers
- [not an acronym] (IEEE 802.11b wireless networking; coined from Wireless Fidelity, a play on High Fidelity)
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A new legislation is currently being prepared by me on work ethics that I will present to parliament if elected and hopefully it will help fix the ongoing work input and output problem.
CONVENTIONAL OPERATION - SUBCRITICAL VAPOR COMPRESSION A higher heat rejecting temperature increases the work input of the compressor and reduces COP.
For example, when provided with an unexpected monetary reward by management, benevolents and equity sensitives may experience feelings of inequity due to their lack of tolerance of overpayment, and they would be expected to subsequently increase work inputs or engage in another strategy to resolve this inequity.
There's a particular protein composition that Australian scientists can select for to get wheat that has moderate work input and high baking quality.
In this way some of the individual challenges could be addressed, yet allow some core time to focus on professional social work input.
increased the required work input by over 22 percent.
Different rubber compounds have different propensities to viscous heating from a given level of mechanical work input.