megawatt day


megawatt day
(MW·d or MWD)
   a unit of energy used in the nuclear power and nuclear weapons industries.
   One megawatt day equals exactly 24 megawatt hours, 86.4 gigajoules (GJ), about 81.89 million Btu, or about 63.7 billion foot pounds.

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