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HDW

On drawings, abbr. for hardware.
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Deep images of HDW 2 show an external halo that spans approximately 1/2[degrees] and is most prominent along an arc that cradles the nebula northeast through south.
A cryogenic hydrogen compressor, part of the hydrogen-fuelling equipment supplied to the navies by HDW, was originally developed by Air Products for industrial users in the compression of liquid hydrogen and cryogenic gas.
Northrop Grumman, in turn, indicated it was considering using advanced hull-design and composite-materials technologies developed by Swedish sub-maker Kockums, which HDW acquired as part of its bid for the US Navy's planned Littoral Combat Ship.
Washington last week offered Taiwan the largest arms package in a decade, including eight diesel subs currently only produced by Germany's HDW and Dutch shipyard RDM.
Andrew Weir Shipping is thought to be linked with the HDW yard in Kiel, one of the world's leading shipbuilders and currently building eight ferries for the Greeks.
This contract underlines our capabilities in naval ESM systems and our good relationship with both LIG Nex1 and HDW.
HDW is a regional hardware and building materials distributor with locations in Louisiana and Mississippi.
Four of the 13 submarines - nine Kilo-class of Russian origin and four HDW of German-origin - are undergoing "a long refit'' to extend their operational lives.
It happened more than two decades ago when the induction of German HDW submarines was halted following a scandal.
ADM will also buy ThyssenKrupps HDW Gaarden and the civil operations of submarine maker HDW.