WWHP

AcronymDefinition
WWHPWizarding World of Harry Potter (Universal Orlando Resort; Orlando, FL)
WWHPWell Woman Healthcheck Program (Arizona Department of Health Services)
WWHPWindows Web Hoster Program
WWHPWymore Welsh Heritage Project (Nebraska)
WWHPWater-to-Water Heat Pump
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A bank of water-to-water heat pumps (WWHPs) are used to extract heat from the 15 wells in heating season.
It consists of a 80 ton WWHP unit to provide hot water to: i) 14 hydronic unit heaters in the existing ware house and truck bay, ii) radiant floor system in the truck bay addition, and iii) fan coils in a 5, 000 cfm heat recovery ventilator (HRV).
On the load-side of GSHP system, two identical pumps are installed, one circulates water through a primary loop whenever the WWHP unit is in operation, and the other is modulated by a variable-speed drive to maintain a constant differential pressure across the supply and return pipes of a secondary loop.
Roedd awch hel achau McCalister wedi ei sbardu hysbysu eraill am y ganolfan ac i gasglu arian tua WWHP. Derbyniwyd grant gan Gyngor y Celfyddy yn Nebraska i gasglu cyfweliadau a chynnal gweit hanes ar lafar.
Ym mis Chwefror derbyniwyd cynnig gan Gymdeithas Hanesyddol Sir Gage i sefydlu WWHP yn Ysgol Pleasantview yn Wymore.
Integrating the WWHP was critical to the DV approach, as it requires very tight discharge air temperature (DAT) control to maintain occupant comfort.
First costs for construction on the ground source WWHP, DV, VAV reheat, radiant floor heating and 90% effective energy recovery unit systems were the greatest value to the owner.
In 1994 the women established the WWHP. Members got right to work and began planning a Women 2000 Conference to commemorate the 150th anniversary of that convention.
Now, some 160 years later, her legacy continues to be remembered, honored and shared by the WWHP.
The fee is $55 for WWHP members and $60 for nonmembers.
"Women seem to be reading more and joining book discussion groups," said Judy Finkel, who co-chairs the WWHP events committee with Linda Miller.
For more information on "Women in Print," call WWHP at (508) 767-1852; or check the organization's Web site at www.wwhp.org .