TVCS

(redirected from Thrust Vector Control System)
AcronymDefinition
TVCSThrust Vector Control System (US NASA)
TVCSTorrens Valley Christian School (South Australia)
TVCSTri-Valley Central School (Grahamsville, NY)
TVCSTest Valley Community Services (Hampshire, UK)
TVCSThree Vortex Combustion System (Kubota)
TVCSTrend Virus Control System (software; Trend Micro, Inc.)
TVCSTemecula Valley Charter School (Canada)
TVCSTerrorism and Violent Crime Section
TVCSTeays Valley Christian School (Scott Depot, WV)
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 27, 2019-: Thrust Vector Control System (TVC) Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2025 | Key Players: BAE Systems PLC, Orbital ATK, Parker-Hannifin
Latest Study on Industrial Growth of Global Thrust Vector Control System (TVC) Market 2019-2025.
It is characterized by a large number of carbon fiber parts, such as wipers, as well as reconfigured work of adaptive suspension, steering and thrust vector control system. In Europe, "Shiron" is worth at least 2.5 million euros.
Because Zeppelin wanted to give the piloting back to the pilot, the company installed the thrust vector control system that, with the use of the three engines, gave the pilot full control of the airship even at zero airspeed.
Video from Iran's TV show that there is a failure of the missile's thrust vector control system 19 seconds into its powered flight.
The crossover switched to the TNGA modular architecture, like the Camry, got a thrust vector control system and an eight-band automatic (for the Japanese market, only the variator).
To improve stability in the corners helps the thrust vector control system, slowing down the inner wheels.
The EcoBlue version is equipped with a thrust vector control system that brakes the inner front wheel while cornering.
The SUV is equipped with all-wheel drive 4Drive with a thrust vector control system and DCC adaptive shock absorbers.
It is distinguished by a large number of parts made of carbon fiber (even the wipers are made of this material), as well as the reconfigured work of the adaptive suspension, steering and thrust vector control system. In May of this year, the hundredth copy of the hypercar was assembled .
The Aerojet Rocketdyne CCE SRM provides thrust to separate the Crew Capsule from the booster in the event of a launch failure, while the thrust vector control system, designed and manufactured by Blue Origin, steers the vehicle through the required maneuvers during motor operation.
Moog for thrust vector control systems; Bechtel for launch facility expertise; Orbital ATK for propulsion subsystems; and Aerojet Rocketdyne for propulsion subsystems.