HDR

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AcronymDefinition
HDRHigh Dynamic Range
HDRHigh Dose Rate
HDRHeader
HDRHerr der Ringe (German: Lord of the Rings)
HDRHeavy Duty Rotary (machine tool)
HDRHickory Daily Record (Hickory, NC)
HDRHigh Data Rate
HDRHigher Degree Research (education)
HDRHigh Definition Resource
HDRHard Disk Recorder
HDRHigh Definition Range
HDRHost Data Replicator
HDRHigh Definition Rendering
HDRHigh Definition Recording
HDRHot Dry Rock
HDRHabilitations à Diriger des Recherches (French: Accreditation to Supervise Research; various universities)
HDRHigh Definition Radio
HDRHumanitarian Daily Ration
HDRHealth Data Repository
HDRHeavy Duty Repairman
HDRHigh-Definition Rendering
HDRHenningson Durham and Richardson (Architecture and Engineering Firm)
HDRHuman Dimensions Research
HDRHeissdampfreaktor (German: Hot Steam Reactor)
HDRHuman Development Resources
HDRHyper Dimensional Resonator
HDRHome Dockyard Regulations (US Navy)
HDRHard Drive Restore
HDRHighly Dent Resistant (trasnportation feature)
HDRHigh Desert Roundup (California)
HDRHelp Desk Request
HDRHigh Dose Remote Afterloading
HDRHuman Developments Report
HDRHardware Design Review
HDRHistorical Data Record
HDRHardware Development Requirements
HDRHemispherical Dielectric Resonator
HDRHalf-sized Diazo Reproducible drawing
HDRHybrid Detail Record
HDRHost Data Replication (SNA Server)
HDRHalf-Duplex Relay
References in periodicals archive ?
The late Indo-granodiorite was selected for the investigation, because it is similar to the geothermal reservoir rock found in China's first hot dry rock target area, specifically, the Gonghe Basin of Qinghai.
The results obtained from our research can be used in exploiting other hot dry rock reservoirs.
Experimental Verification of the Load-Following Potential of a Hot Dry Rock Geothermal Reservoir.
Hot Dry Rock Geothermal Reservoir Testing: 1978 to 1980, Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA-9080-SR.20.
Hot Dry Rock Energy Progress Report Fiscal Year 1992.
Geothermal resources may be described as hydrothermal, hot dry rock, or geopressured.
Although research and development projects continue to look for ways to efficiently extract and use the energy contained in hot dry rock and geopressured resources, virtually all current geothermal power plants operate o hydrothermal resources.
The idea behind hot dry rock systems, first proposed in 1970, is to tap into the hot rock, use hydraulic pressure to crack open a reservoir of fractured rock and then pump water through to extract the heat.
Hot Dry Rocks is marketing the product globally with a focus on Japan.
Hot Dry Rocks is one of the leading geothermal technical firms in Australia.
Andre Gerard who, since 1987, has been responsible for a geothermal hot dry rocks project at Soultz-sous-Forets in northern Alsace, a project funded by France, Switzerland, Germany and the European Commission, claims that researchers "are now approaching the point of technical feasibility and must now address the challenge of economic viability".
The long-term viability of the hot dry rocks process must therefore be demonstrated.