ITV

(redirected from Intake Throttle Valve)
AcronymDefinition
ITVIndependent Television (UK)
ITVInstructional Television
ITVInteractive Television
ITVInternational Television
ITVIndependent TeleVision (Thailand)
ITVInstituto Tecnológico Vale (Portuguese: Vale Technology Institute; Brazil)
ITVIn-Transit Visibility
ITVInternet Television
ITVIndependent Television
ITVInspección Técnica de Vehículos
ITVInsurance To Value
ITVIndustrial Television
ITVInternal Tumor Volume (oncology)
ITVImproved Tow Vehicle
ITVInternally Transportable Vehicle (US Marine Corps)
ITVInternal Target Volume (medical radiation)
ITVIsrael Television
ITVInvestment to Value (real estate ratio)
ITVInspector Test Valve (firefighting)
ITVImagine the View (Santa Fe, NM; photography company)
ITVInchon Television
ITVInnovation Training Vorsprung (German: Innovation Training Projection)
ITVInstrumented Test Vehicle
ITVInterplanetary Transfer Vehicle
ITVInert Test Vehicle
ITVIn-Transit Vulnerability
ITVInstrumentation Test Vehicle
ITVIntake Throttle Valve
ITVInstant Ticket Validations (lottery industry)
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Conventionally, a motor for valve opening and closing, paired with a sensor to detect the valve opening and closing angle, were needed for both the air intake throttle valve and EGR valve.
The air intake throttle valve and EGR valve are connected through a highly flexible coupling (cam-link mechanism), allowing the new unit to be applied to various engine parameters, including displacement and output, merely by changing the shape of the connection between the two valves (cam profile).
The diesel engine EGR system, which consists of an EGR valve, an air intake throttle valve, and an EGR cooler, recirculates a portion of the exhaust gas into the engine to lower the combustion temperature and hence reduce emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx).