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VVVice Versa
VVVillage Vanguard (jazz club: in Greenwich Village, New York, NY)
VVVibo Valentia (postcode, Italy)
VVValó Világ (Hungarian TV show)
VVVillage Voice (newspaper)
VVVägverket (Swedish National Road Administration)
VVVittorio Veneto (Italian city)
VVVenae (Veins)
VVVince Vaughn (actor)
VVVerification & Validation
VVVisual Verification
VVVaricose Veins
VVVivenda (Portuguese: house; postal usage)
VVVertical Velocity (amusement park ride)
VVVacuum Volume
VVVelocity Vector
VVVino Vitae (St Louis, MO wine retailer)
VVVibovalentia (Italy)
VVValue Village (Seattle, WA)
VVVertical Visibility
VVVineyard Vines (Stamford, CT clothing retailer)
VVVile Village (Lemony Snicket)
VVVictoria Vesna (media artist)
VVVenture Voice
VVVoice Verify
VVVirtual Vault (computer security)
VVVery Virulent (disease)
VVVal Venis (WWE wrestler)
VVVenous Volume
VVVíctor Valdés (Spanish soccer player)
VVVision Vancouver
VVVertical Transmit, Vertical Receive (antenna polarization)
VVVoetbalverenging (Dutch: Football Club)
VVVapor Volume
VVViernes Verde (Guatemala rock band)
VVVirgo Vestalis (Latin: Vergin Vestal, epigraphy)
VVVerbesserungs-Vorschlag (German: Suggestion for Improvement)
VVVai e Volta (Portugese)
VVVisiting Vehicle
VVVideo Victory
VVViolence and Vengeance (gaming)
VVVelogenic Viscerotropic (strain of Newcastle Disease virus)
VVVeronaville (Neighborhood in the Sims 2 computer game)
VVVines Vikings (Texas high school)
VVVocoded Voice (type of Frequency Shift Keying)
VVViewPort Vivarium (Edstrom Industries animal research software product)
VVNavy Composite Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1920s to 1950s)
VVVenus Vitrix (Latin: Venus the Winner, epigraphy)
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From Equation (4), one can show that the mean vapor volume fraction [f.sub.v](the vapor phase fuel volume in a unit of space) is proportional to:
However, the relative vapor volume fraction can be obtained as shown in Equation (11).
The vapor volume quality ([Q.sub.g.sup.v]), defined as the vapor volume over the cylinder volume, is calculated using Equation 10.
The mechanism was simply the normal decrease of vapor volume at the time of reduced load, thus permitting an increase of liquid volume in the chiller.
Using the formula, percent increase in path area equals 100 x (|Vol.sub.F~ - |Vol.sub.I~)/|Vol.sub.I~, where |Vol.sub.I~ is initial post throttling vapor volume and |Vol.sub.F~ is the final volume vapor at atmospheric conditions, it is possible to calculate the increase in path area corresponding to the increased volume of the vapor stream due to total particle sublimation.
Technological innovations include FlavorMax cartomizers, which they say provides 25% more vapor volume than most leading brands--about 360 puffs from each cartomizer--comparable to up to 1.5 packs of traditional cigarettes.