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)
CWFChristian Women's Fellowship
CWFCenter for Working Families
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
CWFCanadian Wushu Federation
CWFCommon Work File (Medicare)
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 cooling tower leaving water temperature and the condenser water flow rate are the main inputs that are directly related to the optimization the condenser side.
These performance numbers were generated using the Standard 90.1-2016 specification for condenser water flow, 3 gpm/ton (0.05 L/s x kW) with an entering condenser water temperature of 85[degrees]F (29.4[degrees]C), to illustrate the impact of changing the chilled water temperature.
The performance effects of condenser water flow rate and tower fan speed are not independent.
In the current version of the testbed, the condenser water flow rate is held constant.
(Milwaukee) will be installing Q300 actuators to automate the hand valves that control chiner and condenser water flow at West Jefferson Medical Center in Marrero, La.
The expected annual energy cost savings using baseline operating practices of maintaining the HHW supply temperature at 155[degrees]F (68.3[degrees]C) and condenser water flow at design of 2039 gpm (128.7 L/s) is $342,060, as shown in Table 2.
But head pressure control and a reduction in condenser water flow through an operating chiller made our customer very nervous, uncomfortable, and more than a little skeptical.
The evaporator supply chilled water, CHS, temperature can be the 44 [degrees]F (6.7 [degrees]C), 2 gpm/ton (2.15 lpm/kWt), and the condenser water flow can be 3 gpm/ton (3.23 lpm/kWt).
As shown in Figure 1, six common chiller faults (reduced condenser water flow rate, reduced evaporator water flow rate, low refrigerant charge, refrigerant overcharge, condenser fouling, noncondensable gas) were divided into two categories: component-level faults and system-level faults.
When the condenser water pipe diameter increases, the condenser water flow rate and then the pump energy use both drop, but the condenser water piping system cost increases at a lower rate as compared to the chilled-water piping system.
* At the lower condenser water flow rate, the leaving condenser water temperature rises;
Only seven faults with four levels of severity were considered in this study, namely, reduced condenser water flow (by reducing water flow), condenser fouling (by plugging tubes in the condenser), refrigerant leakage (by charging less refrigerant), refrigerant overcharge (by charging more refrigerant), reduced evaporator water flow (by reducing water flow), noncondensables in refrigerant (by adding nitrogen into the refrigerant), and excess oil (by charging more oil).