HPV

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HPVHuman Papillomavirus
HPVHuman Powered Vehicle
HPVHigh-Production Volume
HPVHigh Pressure Valve (equipment; various companies)
HPVHydrogen Peroxide Vapor
HPVHigh-Pitched Voice
HPVHypoxic Pulmonary Vasoconstriction
HPVHours Per Vehicle (automotive manufacturing)
HPVHigh Pressure Vent
HPVHigh Point Vent (pipeline)
HPVKauai Island, HI, USA - Princeville (Airport Code)
HPVHigh Priority Violation
HPVHigh-Performance Vehicle
HPVHigh Performance Visualisation
HPVHouse Panel Vote (US Congress)
HPVHigh-Priority Violator
HPVHolographic Particle Velocimetry
HPVHydrocarbon Pore Volume (petroleum industry)
HPVHauptpersonalvertretung (German)
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Free parking will be limited to just three hours per vehicle at a time, and signage will be installed at lot 8 located along South Illinois Avenue across the street from the Evolve building noting that long-term and overnight parking are prohibited there.
For once the site has been levelled why not open it up as a free car park for, say, three hours per vehicle per day to entice shoppers back into Huddersfield - those who may have deserted their home town for the likes of White Rose and Meadowhall.
In Afghanistan, the helicopter has flown nearly 39,000 hours, or 80.4 monthly flight hours per vehicle. That workload is triple what the aircraft would fly before the wars, said Army Chief Warrant Officer Deren Cook, aviation maintenance officer for the 10th Combat Aviation Brigade.
While there was much focus in the past on labor hours per vehicle at the OEMs, many companies now are turning their attention to engineering hours per vehicle to drive the next wave of productivity improvement in their plants and at suppliers.
and DaimlerChrysler AG -- failed to cut their assembly hours per vehicle.
In the category of assembly hours alone, the difference between the most and least productive was down to 4.84 hours per vehicle in 2005 (see chart at right).
But now the facility has been rated ahead of all its counterparts in North America in terms of labour hours per vehicle produced.
The DPFs, which incorporate a monitoring system that triggers the regeneration process, took approximately four to five hours per vehicle to install.
Process design also must focus on many cost factors, such as material costs, labor hours per vehicle, and tooling, equipment and facility costs.
According to Harbour and Associates Inc., the Smyrna plant topped both the car and truck efficiency lists with the lowest average hours per vehicle - an average of 16.55 hours per car and 18.27 hours per truck, compared with the industrywide average of 25 hours per vehicle (Davis, 1998).