HDW


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HDWHardware
HDWHowaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft (German Shipbuilding Company)
HDWHarvard Data Warehouse
HDWHarley-Davidson of Washington
HDWHemoglobin Distribution Width
HDWHigh Dependency Ward (hospitals)
HDWHanford Defined Waste
HDWHollow Dielectric Waveguide
HDWHigh density satellite derived wind
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Deep images of HDW 2 show an external halo that spans approximately 1/2[degrees] and is most prominent along an arc that cradles the nebula northeast through south.
The 165-year-old HDW shipyard is the birthplace of the modern submarine and the yard where Nazi Germany built the U-boats that terrorised Allied ships in World War Two.
The greater part of the country s submarine force consists of nine Type 209 diesel-electric attack submarines (Chang Bogo class), developed by HDW in the 1960s and in service with the South Korean Navy since the early 1990s.
HDW will preassemble structural and mechanical parts of the submarine in Germany, or classified elements such as the fuel cells and propulsion system and will then ship them to Turkey.
A cryogenic hydrogen compressor, part of the hydrogen-fuelling equipment supplied to the navies by HDW, was originally developed by Air Products for industrial users in the compression of liquid hydrogen and cryogenic gas.
Under the procurement project WILLS, the three submarines are being built and equipped in Germany by the German Submarine Consortium (GSC), including HDW (lead yard, Kiel), Thyssen Nordseewerke (Emden), and Ferrostaal (Essen).
The world's leading maker of diesel subs, Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft AG (HDW), is based in the Lower Saxony capital of Kiel.
Andrew Weir Shipping is thought to be linked with the HDW yard in Kiel, one of the world's leading shipbuilders and currently building eight ferries for the Greeks.
Four of the 13 submarines - nine Kilo-class of Russian origin and four HDW of German-origin - are undergoing "a long refit'' to extend their operational lives.