GT

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AcronymDefinition
GTGrand Touring
GTGran Turismo (GT Racing)
GTGrand Theft (felony)
GTGeorgia Tech
GTGuatemala
GTGet Together
GTGene Transfer
GTGirl Talk
GTGas Turbine
GTGifted and Talented
GTGreater Than (computer math)
GTGiant Tiger
GTGrant Thornton LLP
GTGoogle Toolbar
GTGame Theory
GTGamertag (Xbox Live)
GTGood Trip (various locations)
GTGross Tonnage (maritime)
GTGame Trailers (est. 2002)
GTGlobus Toolkit (Global Alliance)
GTGroup Therapy (band)
GTGroup Telecom (Canadian telecommunications company)
GTGlobal Temperature
GTGood Try (games)
GTGlass Tube (vacuum tube)
GTGlobe Telecom (Philippines)
GTGreenberg Traurig, LLP (law firm)
GTGuantanamo, Cuba
GTGrounded Theory (research methodology; social sciences)
GTGround Truth (physical imaging)
GTGroup Technology
GTGreen Tire
GTGigatonnes
GTGiant Toad
GTGlobal Title (SS7)
GTGuybrush Threepwood (Monkey Island game character)
GTGlyphosate Tolerant (agriculture)
GTGin/Tonic
GTGround Test
GTGross Ton
GTGastric Tube
GTGene Trap
GTGround Terminal
GTGold-Tech
GTGround Team (Civil Air Patrol search and rescue)
GTGoal Tending (basketball)
GTGlobe Temperature
GTGuaranteed Traffic
GTGround Track
GTGraphics Terminal
GTGame-tying goal (hockey)
GTGreater Trochanter
GTGenerator Transformer (power plants)
GTGazette Telegraph (Colorado Springs newspaper)
GTGeneral Technical Score (US DoD testing)
GTGround Time
GTGun Target
GTGigatexel
GTGöteborgs-Tidningen (Swedish newspaper)
GTGreat Tribulation
GTGeneric Task
GTGalilean Transformation
GTGelatinization Temperature
GTGrand Trunk Railroad
GTGrid Tool
GTGeared Turbine
GTGuernsey Telecoms (Guernsey, British Channel Island)
GTGuanine-Thymine
GTGive Tokens
GTGroup Traveler
GTGuide Telescope
GTGround Transmission
GTGround Transmitter
GTGenetic Technologist
GTTransmitter Gain
GTGorgy Timing (Grenoble, France time synchronization company)
GTGlial Tangle (neurology)
GTGood Times Emporium (arcade center, Massachusetts)
GTGamov-Teller
GTGain to Noise Temperature Ratio
GTGrid Transformer (UK grid substations)
GTGround Transmit
GTGroup Tactic
GTGrowler Test (armature test)
GTGrunt Tech [US Navy hospital corpsman assigned to a USMC unit] :-)
GTGrassetech (Delta, Utah, USA)
GTGuidance Transmitter
GTGovernment Transportable
References in periodicals archive ?
Fraction of simulated walking trips that violate heat-health safety standards based on the Wet Bulb Globe Temperature index for Maricopa County, Arizona, 2005-15.
Wet Bulb Globe Temperatures, which take into account factors including humidity and wind, reached 31.20C on that day.
Recommended heat stress occupational exposure limits are based primarily on wet bulb globe temperature (WBGT), workload, and acclimatization status.
Mean values of environmental variables observed during the evaluated period, along the day, in swine growing and finishing facilities with floors with water depth (WDP), slotted on sides (SLS) and slotted in the center and sides (SLC) Variables (1) Pen WDP SLS SLC RH (%) 68.5 a 64.1 c 66.2 b Tbg ([degrees]C) 19.9 c 20.5 b 21.2 a Tdb ([degrees]C) 19.8 b 19.9 b 20.6 a BGHI 66.2 b 66.7 b 67.3 a (1) Relative air humidity (RH); Black globe temperature (Tbg); Dry bulb temperature (Tdb); Black globe-humidity index (BGHI); Means followed by the same letter in the row do not differ by Tukey test (p > 0.05) TABLE 3.
Hot environments--Estimation of the heat stress on working man, based on the WBGT-index (wet bulb globe temperature).
In total, 95 precise and calibrated sensors were attached in the test chamber to measure average surface temperatures, dry-bulb air temperature, globe temperature, air velocity, and relative humidity.
Measured parameters include outdoor meteorological parameters, the air temperature, relative humidity and black globe temperature in the outer and inner zone of the terminal, the temperature and relative humidity distribution on the vertical direction, and the inner surface temperature of building envelope.
To combine all this data we are making use of the WBGT (Wet-bulb globe temperature) index.
The researchers used projections for the wetbulb globe temperature, a measurement that combines temperature, humidity, heat radiation and wind, to determine the viability of potential host cities.
The estimated wet-bulb globe temperature was 29[degrees]C.
"A mobile phone app at the scene indicated a temperature of 33 degrees, and at noon a wet-bulb globe temperature (WBGT) reading was 31.2.
With the temperature of the globe thermometer and the wind speed, we calculated the Globe Temperature and Humidity Index (BGHI) for dairy cows, and estimated the radiant heat load (RHL) according to Silva (2008).