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CAVComputer-Aided Verification
CAVCavalry
CAVConstant Angular Velocity
CAVCavity
CAVCaveolin
CAVComposite Audio Video
CAVComputer Aided Verification
CAVConcept Activity Vehicle
CAVConstant Air Volume
CAVCampus Andaluz Virtual (Spanish virtual campus)
CAVCanine Adenovirus
CAVCentre d'Art Visuel (French: Visual Art Center; France and Switzerland)
CAVContrat d'Avenir (French: Future Contract; employment contract)
CAVCommon Aero Vehicle
CAVCardiac Allograft Vasculopathy
CAVChicken Anemia Virus
CAVComputer Audio Video (music system)
CAVCollision Avoidance System
CAVCyclophosphamide Doxorubicin Vincristine
CAVCoalition Anti-Vivisection (Belgium)
CAVCommercial Asset Visibility
CAVCentre Alexis Vautrin (French: Alexis Vautrin Center; est. 1924; Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy, France)
CAVAviation Heavy Cruiser
CAVComposite Armored Vehicle
CAVCumulative Absolute Velocity (seismology)
CAVConfrérie des Amateurs de Vapeur (French: Brotherhood of Steam Enthusiasts)
CAVComponent Averaging (numerical technique for solving large sparse linear systems)
CAVColegio de Arquitectos de Venezuela (Spanish: Venezuela Association of Architects)
CAVCommon Aerospace Vehicle
CAVCentro Ecuménico Antonio Valdivieso (Antonio Valdivieso Ecumenical Centre)
CAVCommand Assistance Visit (US DoD)
CAVComputer Assisted Valuation (real property)
CAVCentral Africa Vision
CAVCompound Accreted Value
CAVCampo de Visão (Portugese)
CAVChick Anemia Virus
CAVCorrective Action Verification
CAVCentre Astronomique Vendéen (French: Vendéen Astronomical Center; Vendée, France)
CAVClub d'Aviron Vésenaz (French: Rowing Club Vésenaz; Vésenaz, Switzerland)
CAVCommand Assault Vehicle
CAVCrack Arrest Verification
CAVCombat Autonomous Vehicle
CAVClub Automodélisme de Viglain (French: Auto-Modeler Club of Viglain; Viglain, France)
CAVCommand Authority Violation
CAVConsolidated Adjustment Voucher
CAVContrat Assurance Vie (French: Life Insurance Contract)
CAVChampagne Audiovisuel (French: Champagne Audiovisual; Cormontreuil, France)
CAVComputer Aided Vexillology
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This series of fume hoods is UL 1805 certified, and offered in 48, 60, 72 and 96" widths in either constant air volume or restricted bypass models.
If the HVAC system employs constant air volume (CAV) ventilation, the codes generally allow the use of a simple, fixed-minimum damper position to control outdoor air intake.
Constant air volume boxes provide 1,377 cfm (650 L/s) of fresh air for each floor.
This series of fume hoods is UL 1805 certified, and is offered in 48, 60, 72 and 96" widths in either constant air volume or restricted bypass models.
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 1 Constant air volume -- -- (CAV) 2 Variable air volume -- -- (VAV) 3 Constant air volume Heat recovery (thermal -- (CAV) wheel) 4 Variable air volume Heat recovery (thermal -- (VAV) wheel) 5 Constant air volume Economizer -- (CAV) 6 Variable air volume Economizer -- (VAV) 7 Constant air volume -- Reheat (CAV) coil 8 Variable air volume -- Reheat (VAV) coil 9 Constant air volume Heat recovery (thermal Reheat (CAV) wheel) coil 10 Variable air volume Heat recovery (thermal Reheat (VAV) wheel) coil 11 Constant air volume Economizer Reheat (CAV) coil 12 Variable air volume Economizer Reheat (VAV) coil It is assumed that all primary systems are installed in a plant room close to the building and each floor has a separate air- handling unit.
Constant air volume (CV) is a refinement; the supply air flow passes through a bypass opening from above the sash of the hood at a constant rate.
A method that involved retrofitting a constant air volume system to a variable air volume (VAV) system was chosen to serve as a pilot study at the library.
The air conditioning systems were comprised of thirty-one single-zone constant air volume (CAV) AHUs serving the manufacturing area, three single duct variable air volume (VAV) AHUs, and one DX rooftop unit (RTU) serving the office area.
As we mentioned previously, most active beams are designed as constant air volume systems with water in the coil providing space temperature control.
Within the broad categories of constant air volume and variable air volume systems, there are many variations.