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HDD

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) hard disk drive
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HDD

(Comput) abbr of hard disk driveFestplattenlaufwerk nt
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Of the nearly $1 billion in notional risk limit that GuaranteedWeather Re has underwritten since inception (about 20% of the entire weather market during that period), 65% has been in heating degree day derivatives (winter season), and 24% were in cooling degree day trades (summer season).
2004 Normal(1) Normal 2004 2003 2003 January 757 747 1% Colder 757 590 28% Colder February 589 634 7% Warmer 589 648 9% Warmer March 530 582 9% Warmer 530 556 5% Warmer First Quarter 1,876 1,963 4% Warmer 1,876 1,794 5% Colder (1) Heating degree days in 2004 are adjusted for leap year by adding the heating degree day for February 28th.
listings will include Heating Degree Day (HDD) and Cooling Degree Day (CDD) on both Monthly and Seasonal futures and options and the new European listings will include Heating Degree Day (HDD) and Cumulative Average Temperature (CAT) on both Monthly and Seasonal futures and options.
CME Heating Degree Day (HDD) and Cooling Degree Day (CDD) futures and options on futures are the first exchange-traded, temperature-related weather derivatives.
Heating degree day data applied to residential heating energy consumption, Journal of Applied Meteorology 19(3): 241-246.
It also means that periods of relatively low steam usage that are still within the heating season (often called shoulder seasons) should not be used to calculate the energy use to heating degree day ratio used to assess the energy model output.
8) A degree day is defined relative to a base temperature wherein the heating degree day (HDD) refers to a day when temperature is lower than the base and heating is required to reach the base temperature and vice versa.
This team reduced their heating energy use per square foot per heating degree day by the greatest amount.
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange lists both heating degree day and cooling degree day contracts.
Initially, these are heating degree day index futures for four U.
Each degree that the average temperature for a day falls below 65 [degrees] F produces one heating degree day.
The new listings will begin trading on Monday, February 23, 2009, and include Heating Degree Day (HDD) and Cooling Degree Day (CDD) contracts on both Monthly and Seasonal futures and options.