CWF

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AcronymDefinition
CWFChildren Worldwide Fashion (France)
CWFCanadian Wildlife Federation
CWFChampionship Wrestling from Florida (est. 1961)
CWFCanada West Foundation (Economic Institute)
CWFCustom Wire Format
CWFCommon Working File
CWFCute Win Fail
CWFConserve Wildlife Foundation (New Jersey)
CWFColonial Williamsburg Foundation
CWFConnect with Fans (music sales strategy)
CWFCenter for Working Families
CWFChristian Women's Fellowship
CWFCampaign for Working Families
CWFCold Water Fish (classification; various locations)
CWFClear Wood Finish
CWFCool White Fluorescent
CWFConsumer Welfare Fund (India)
CWFCon-Way Freight (shipping; various locations)
CWFChelsea-Area Wellness Foundation (Chelsea, MI)
CWFCommunity Water Fluoridation (various locations)
CWFCoal-Water Fuel
CWFCondenser Water Flow (product feature)
CWFCreative Work Fund (San Francisco, CA)
CWFCivilian Welfare Fund
CWFChild Welfare Foundation, Inc.
CWFContinental Wrestling Federation (professional wrestling circuit)
CWFChristian Wushu Fellowship
CWFCeramic Waste Form
CWFCanary Wharf Films (UK)
CWFCaution Wet Floor (sign)
CWFCustom Wired Format (IBM Websphere MQSeries SW)
CWFChiller, Water, Fan/Coil
CWFCommon Work File (Medicare)
CWFCanadian Wushu Federation
CWFCombat Weather Facility
CWFContract Work Force
CWFClassic Wood Furniture
CWFComplementary Work Force Program (Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries)
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The method has been used for the preparation of tonnage quantities of ultra-clean coal for coal-water fuel and other combustion trials.
The companies include 12 international firms and research institutions who've formed a coalition called The Alaska Low-Rank Coal-Water Fuel Consortium.
Adding clean water to the particles creates the low-rank coal-water fuel, which has a consistency similar to heavy fuel oil.
The coal-water fuel effort goes back 20 years," says John Sibert, executive director of the Alaska Science and Technology Foundation (ASTF).
In recent years, in response to soaring oil prices, coal-water fuel (CWF) made from high-rank bituminous coals was developed and tested in most industrial nations.
The second step: The technology "has to be commercially demonstrated in the same way that you had to commercially demonstrate coal-water fuel for bituminous coals," says Bill Irwin, president of International Coal Preparation Consultants Ltd.
Replacing that oil would require 80 million tons of low-rank coal-water fuel a year.
That's what the low-rank coal-water fuel project potential offers," he adds.