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AcronymDefinition
FEVFévrier (French: February)
FEVForced Expiratory Volume (lung capacity test)
FEVFederación Española del Vino (Spanish: Spanish Wine Federation)
FEVFuture Electric Vehicle
FEVFar End Voice
FEVFédération des Étudiants de Valenciennes (French: Students Federation of Valenciennes; Valenciennes, France)
FEVFinca Esperanza Verde (tourism project; Nicaragua)
FEVFédération Évangélique Vaudoise (Swiss Evangelican federation)
FEVFull Electric Vehicle (cars)
FEVForced Evolutionary Virus (game)
FEVFlesh-Eating Virus
FEVFrench Enamel Varnish
FEVFibrosing Mediastinitis, Effusion, Vasculitis
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FEV UK moved into the new facility in January and this will serve as its UK Test Centre, expanding its business operation here and further increasing the local execution of projects close to its customers.
This acquisition provides FEV with additional exposure to in-process testing, which complements the company's extensive portfolio of testing capabilities offered by its Testing Solutions division.
To that end, FEV has developed a battery pack that is being used in a serial production plug-in hybrid vehicle.
Rally driver Steve Ward from Mold with 'FEV 5H', the Ford Escort |with which he won the 2014 Welsh Historic Rally Championship
Fev eased to victory 12 months with a 35-20 win and it is hard to see a different outcome this time.
The electric mobility cooperative platform is an intermediate platform between use cases and FEV end users.
In this study, a positive correlation was observed between body weight and FVC, FEV, PEF, VC, MVV parameters and in the case of the comparison of body weight with FEV/FVC% a negative correlation was observed, however it was determined to be a statistically non-significant one.
"FEV has developed a deep knowledge in the field of hybrid technology through its work with traditional automakers," said Gary Rogers, president of FEV.
Aachen, Germany-based FEV Engine Technology, an independent engine and powertrain systems research, design and development company, is currently displaying its new diesel-electric hybrid crossover utility vehicle (CUV) concept at the SAE 2006 World Congress, being held through April 6 at the Cobo Center in Detroit, MI.
FEV Engine Tecimology is near completion on its new Transient Test facility, as an integral part of the company's North American Technical Center in Auburn Hills, Mich.
Three sets of values were obtained, and as a criterion for correct performance of the procedure, at least two measurements of FEV, and FVC differing by <5% had to be produced.