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GPM

gpm

Abbr. for “gallons per minute.”
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The GPM Core Observatory and a constellation of other supporting satellites take multiple observations of global precipitation each day, enabling observation of the status of precipitation in areas where few observations have been taken in the past, such as the oceans.
Keeping the mold at the right temperature and paying attention to consistent GPM and turbulent flow in each channel are essential.
The GPM wheels are cast both with an auto-pouring six-station carousel and in static, hand-poured molds.
This first IMERG data set spans the initial months of GPM data collection from April to September 2014.
Louis, a 230-employee green sand and GPM foundry, has remained in the same job shop format the company was built upon.
Best notes that North Coast and GPM previously were strategic partners, as they have had a reinsurance agreement in place since 2008.
It's about innovation, and taking ownership of the greater societal need one project at a time," according to Joel Carboni, President of GPM Global, developer of PRiSM (Projects integrating Sustainable Methods), a project management framework now available in over 140 countries.
The original proposal contemplated making an effort to consummate the proposed transaction on or before December 31, 2010; however GPM Life is awaiting certain materials from the Washington Office of the Insurance Commissioner relating to their examination of North Coast Life and other information including North Coast's 2010 Annual Statement.
The GPM Core Observatory was launched into orbit in February while the two astronauts were aboard the International Space Station.
Water Power Package options are: 5 gpm @ 2,000 psi; 10 gpm @ 2,000 psi; 35 gpm @ 2,000 psi; 65 gpm @ 2,000 psi; and 90 gpm @ 2,850 psi.
Thirteen horizontal models range in flow capacities of 55 gpm to 1560 gpm.