energy head

energy head

[′en·ər·jē ‚hed]
(fluid mechanics)
The elevation of the hydraulic grade line at any section of a waterway plus the velocity head of the mean velocity of the water in that section.
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Moving from heat-based expertise to filtering water, which has become inexpensive of late can assist to meet demand in isolated regions like Fujairah and the Western Region, said Ahmed Al Adawi, Abu Dhabi National Energy head of water.
Centrica Energy head of engineering Trevor Thomson stated that, At Centrica Energy we continue to make significant investments not only in our own people, also the capabilities of our contractors.
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Nicky Doran, Bord Gais Energy head of retail, said: "This new offer is unlike any other available in the Irish market.
This improvement in the mineral resource estimate confirms the potential for the Bennet Well deposit to support a viable mineral extraction operation," Cauldron Energy Head of Operations Simon Youds said.
The GCC's gas shortage can be resolved," said Manr Energy head of consulting Robin Mills.
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Earlier, SOCAR Turkey's Energy head, board member of the Petkim Petrochemical Complex, Kenan Yavuz said that due to changes in TANAP's final route, its cost will be increased by $3 billion to $10 billion.
The former Chinese energy head said China has finished the first phase of its emergency stockpile of 103.
Hamburg to be Siemens' Global Wind Energy Head Office
Energy head appointed The Birmingham office of Midland law firm Freeth Cartwright has appointed renewables advisory expert Catherine Burke to head up its local energy practice.