CWR

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AcronymDefinition
CWRCenter for Water Resources (various locations)
CWRCold Water Resistant (plywood grade)
CWRCivil War Reenacter (US)
CWRCrusade for World Revival (Christian ministry)
CWRCondenser Water Return
CWRCollaborative Working Relationship
CWRCongestion Window Reduced
CWRCrop Wild Relative
CWRCabinet War Rooms (UK)
CWRCold War Rearmed (collaborative project)
CWRComics Waiting Room
CWRContinuous Welded Rail
CWRCase Western Reserve (College)
CWRCenter for Whale Research (Friday Harbor, Washington)
CWRCalm Water Ramp (US DoD)
CWRCall When Ready
CWRCalifornia Western Railroad
CWRCampaign Web Review (politics)
CWRCrucial Winter Range
CWRCentral Western Railway
CWRCertified Workforce Ready
CWRCovenant World Relief
CWRCivil War Regimental Series (gaming)
CWRCustomer Wrapped Roll (coins)
CWRCost Wise Readiness
CWRCharisma WestRand (Krugersdorp, Gauteng, Republic of South Africa)
CWRCooling Water Return
CWRControl Word Redistribution (smart cards)
CWRCanadian Wrestling Revolution
CWRCentral War Room
CWRCrawl Walk Run
CWRCollapsible Water Reservoir
CWRColor Weather Radar (aviation)
CWRChiller, Water, Refrigerated
CWRCoastal Warning Radar
CWRCertified Wildlife Rehabilitator
CWRCyber Wrestling Revolution
CWRCustomer Work Request
CWRColonial Waterbird Register (Cornell University, Ithica, NY)
CWRCharles Wills Redman Jr. (artist)
References in periodicals archive ?
The next step is to develop a relationship for the effect of the tower control on the condenser water return temperature.
The approach is the difference between the condenser water supply and ambient wet-bulb temperatures ([T.sub.cws]-[T.sub.wb]), whereas the range is the difference between the condenser water return and supply ([T.sub.cwr] - [T.sub.cws]).
([double dagger]) We infer safe (non-surge) operation using the maximum difference between the condenser water return and chilled water supply temperatures as a function of chiller loads as reported in the manufacturer's submitted load data.
(0.25 m) condenser water return header to the cooling towers is slightly inclined towards the cooling tower.
For some years the campus staff believed that the sump overflow was caused by the draining of water from the condenser water return header piping at CW pump shutdown.