IVR

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AcronymDefinition
IVRInteractive Voice Response
IVRInterventional Radiology
IVRInteractive Voice Recognition
IVRIntegrated Voice Response
IVRInstrument Voltage Regulator (electromechanical device)
IVRInstitute of Vehicle Recovery (UK)
IVRIntelligent Voice Response
IVRInternational Vehicle Register
IVRInter Vsan Routing
IVRInterrupt Vector Register
IVRIn-Vessel Retention (nuclear power plants)
IVRInstitute for Volunteering Research (UK)
IVRImmersive Virtual Reality
IVRInternational Vehicle Registration
IVRIdioventricular Rhythm
IVRIntramolecular Vibrational Relaxation
IVRInternet Video Recording (file format extension proprietary format - RealNetworks, Inc)
IVRIntelligent Voice Routing
IVRImage-based Virtual Reality
IVRIntroduction to Vision and Robotics
IVRInter-VSAN (Virtual Storage Area Network) Routing (Cisco architecture)
References in periodicals archive ?
The In-Vessel Retention (IVR) of molten corium by external cooling of the vessel lower head was introduced about 25 years ago [1].
Theofanous, "In-vessel retention of corium at the Loviisa plant," Nuclear Engineering and Design, vol.
Khatib-Rhabar, NUREG/CR-6849, Analysis of In-Vessel Retention and Ex-Vessel Fuel Coolant Interaction for AP1000, 2004.
Kim, "Late-phase melt conditions affecting the potential for in-vessel retention in high power reactors," Nuclear Engineering and Design, vol.
Thus, advanced third-generation PWRs are equipped with a passive reactor cavity flooding system to provide cooling of the external reactor vessel in case reflooding fails, a method known as in-vessel retention via external reactor vessel cooling (IVR-ERVC).
In the simulation of long-term in-vessel retention, a stable molten pool gradually forms and remains in a state of heat balance (a quasi-steady-state, in fact).
Kymalainen, "Experience from the first two integrated approaches to in-vessel retention through external cooling," NEA-CSNI-R-94-11, 1994.
Tian, "Analysis of safety margin of in-vessel retention for AP1000," Nuclear Engineering and Design, vol.