IVD

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IVDIn Vitro Diagnostics
IVDInternational Volunteer Day (United Nations)
IVDInteractive Video Disc
IVDInteractive Vehicle Dynamics
IVDIdeographic Variation Database (Unicode Consortium)
IVDIntervertebral Disc
IVDIntra Vas Device (male contraceptive)
IVDIschemic Vascular Disease
IVDIon Vapor Deposition
IVDIdiopathic Vestibular Disease
IVDIntervertebral Disc Disease (canines)
IVDIntake Valve Deposit
IVDIntegrated Voice and Data
IVDIn Vitro Digestibility
IVDInteractive Video Disk
IVDInnovative Veterinary Diet (Royal Canin)
IVDInside Vapor Deposition
IVDIncomplete Vehicle Document
IVDIntravenous Drip (medicine)
IVDIndelible Vision Design (Boston, MA)
IVDInternal Vapor Deposition
IVDIndirect View Display (military aviation)
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et al., "A Study on the Development of an Intake Valve Deposit Test Method," SAE Technical Paper 1999-01-3581, 1999, https://doi.org/10.4271/1999-01-3581.
[14.] Meng, Y.-J., Guo, S.-H., Yan, G.-X., Xie, J.-H., Xu, X.-H., "Study on formation characteristics of intake valve deposit from domestic gasoline", Xiandai Huagong - Modern Chemical Industry Volume 31, Issue SUPPL.
Intake valve deposits (IVD) have been extensively studied over the past 20 years.
and Koehler, D., "Intake Valve Deposits - Effects of Engines, Fuels & Additives," SAE Technical Paper 881645, 1988, https://doi.
et al., "Impact of Fuel Additives on Intake Valve Deposits, Combustion Chamber Deposits and Emissions," SAE Technical Paper 2011-01-1980, 2011, https://doi.org/10.4271/2011-01-1980.
Succinimides are also used as intake valve deposits control additives [4, 16, 17].
For fuel to impact intake valve deposits in GDI engines, it would have to arrive at the valve via one of two methods: