MHD

MHD may refer to:

  • MHD, former name of the HDTV network for MTV, VH1, and CMT now known as Palladia (MTV Networks)
  • Military history detachment
  • Doctor of Marine Histories (DMH, formerly Marine Histories Doctorate or MHD), such as issued by Sea Research Society's College of Marine Arts
  • Mashhad International Airport's IATA code
  • Massachusetts Highway Department, former name of the highway division of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation
  • Magnetohydrodynamics
    • Magnetohydrodynamics (journal)
  • Malteser Hilfsdienst, an ambulance service, working mainly in Germany, Catholic sister-organization of St. John Ambulance
  • MetaImage header file's suffix. MetaImage is a file format used in medical imaging. It is supported by the popular software libraries ITK and VTK
  • Micro Holographics Disc, a new (2007) optical disc storage media used for data storage. "Microholas Project" at the Berlin University developed this new holographic media. Currently it is able store about 500 GB with a sustained transfer rate of about 50 Mbit/s. In the 2010 it will be able to store about 1 TB with a transfer rate of 200 Mbit/s.
  • MicroHD or m-HD, a reencoded high definition video file, targeted at keeping the file size under 2.5 GB

Other articles related to "mhd":

Ayaks - Early Speculation
... In 2003, a French aeronautical engineer and MHD specialist, Jean-Pierre Petit, stated in his book a different explanation about how MHD is used in this project ... He talks about the parietal MHD converter which he tells is possibly what Aurora is more likely to use ... claims that the Hall effect induced by the parietal MHD converter is what generates the plasma in front of the plane ...
Baddi Eesh - Track Listing
354 Walid Sharki Mahmoud Khaimi 5 "Ya Hayat Albi" (My Life) 409 Mhd ... Rafaa'i Phoebus 6 "Bahebbak Moot" (I Love You Till Death) 456 Mhd ... Khalil Mhd ...
Electrothermal Instability - Technical Problems and Solutions
... hot electrons (Te >> Tg) is a key feature for practical MHD converters, because it allows the gas to reach sufficient electrical conductivity while protecting materials ... This idea was first introduced for MHD generators in the early 1960s by Jack L ... to the electrothermal instability ruined many MHD projects worldwide, while previous calculation envisaged energy conversion efficiencies over 60% with these devices ...
MHD Generator
... The MHD (magnetohydrodynamic) generator transforms thermal energy and kinetic energy directly into electricity ... MHD generators are different from traditional electric generators in that they operate at high temperatures without moving parts ... MHD was developed because the hot exhaust gas of an MHD generator is capable of heating the boilers of a steam power plant ...