gpd


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gpd

abbr.
gallons per day

gpd

or GPD or g.p.d.,

gallons per day.
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GPD director Liam Hetherington added: "The apprenticeship route is not simply for those who 'don't get the points' for university.
Born as Michael Gordon Hamill, the officer joined the GPD in 2016.
The water board provides them 14 million GPD while six million gallons are provided by RO plants and still there is shortage.
The GPD's QR code-based, real-time, data collection from the shop floor provides the data sets for the self-measurement based time studies as feed-back for the method engineers.
GPD's choreographer Aki Sandhu said: "We were overwhelmed when we won.
Here, if [beta] = 1, the expression of the GPD is referred to as the standard form.
The 600-acre quarry would discharge between 12 million and 52 million gpd of water into the Singleton Ditch, which is the most significant source of sediment in the Kankakee River.
For testing the quality of an MPD system, four cases are considered: 1) projected image containing minimum geometric and photometric error (Ref), 2) projected image containing only geometric error (GD), 3) projected image containing only photometric error (PD) and 4) projected image containing both geometric and photometric errors (GPD).
Mithi plant cost was Rs300m while an ordinary 10,000 GPD capacity costs only Rs2.5m.
The LNG from the second Train (180,000 GPD) has been committed to AFC and predetermined arrangements are on the way to amend the existing contract as soon as possible.
It is worth nearly USD 119 B a more than twice Bulgaria's GPD for 2013, estimated at roughly USD 53 B.
Negotiations with Southbridge that began in 2004 for 500,000 gallons of water per day led to a temporary agreement in 2009 for 100,000 gpd for about 120 properties with MTBE-tainted wells.