VT

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AcronymDefinition
VTVermont (US postal abbreviation)
VTVictoria
VTVirtual Tourist (travel website)
VTVirginia Tech (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
VTVatican City
VTVirtual Terminal
VTVideo Toaster
VTVeterinary Technician
VTVision Therapy
VTVacuum Tube
VTVideo Text (screen text)
VTVideo Tape
VTAir Tahiti (French Polynesia, IATA airline code)
VTTidal Volume
VTVirtualization Technology
VTVisual Testing
VTVentricular Tachycardia (also seen as V-Tach; cardiology)
VTVocational Training
VTTraining Squadron (US Navy)
VTVertical Tab
VTVisual Thesaurus
VTVisualization Tool (graphical user interface; software)
VTVideo Terminal
VTTorpedo Squadron (US Navy)
VTVirtual Tape
VTVia Technologies (computer hardware; Taiwan)
VTVerification Test
VTVatu (national currency of Vanuatu)
VTVirtual Tributary
VTVoltage Transformer
VTVideo Teleconference
VTVal Thorens (French ski resort)
VTVisible Transmittance
VTVirtual Time
VTVertical Tank (Steel Battalion game)
VTValtatie (Finnish: Road)
VTVale Transporte (Portuguese: transportation voucher)
VTVisa Touch (Japan)
VTVariable Time (proximity fuze)
VTValid Time (weather forecasts)
VTViterbo, Lazio (Italian province)
VTVariable Transmission (Honda, Toyota)
VTVosper Thornycroft (UK defense contractor)
VTValley Transit
VTVirgin Trains (UK)
VTVanderpool Technology (Intel)
VTValidation Test
VTValidation Testing (system testing)
VTVerb Transitive
VTVoice Tube
VTVisiting Teacher
VTVoting Trust
VTViscous Traction (Lamborghini Diablo AWD system)
VTVapor Trails (Rush album)
VTVoice Terminal
VTThermal Voltage (transistors)
VTVoltage Terminal
VTTuning Voltage
VTVodka/Tonic (drink)
VTVariable Transformer
VTVirtual Therapist (various companies)
VTVegetable-Tanned (leather)
VTVariable Trim
VTVehicle Tests
VTTorpedo and Bombing Squadron (US Navy)
VTVerification Team
VTVolume Temperature
VTVestsjællands Trafikselskab (Danish: Western Sealand's Public Traffic Company)
VTViejo Testamento (Spanish: Old Testament; Bible)
VTTorpedo Plane Squadron (US Navy)
VTVenom Time (laboratory test)
VTVaried Time
VTVisual Tuning
VTVelocity Track
VTVerdantine (gaming, Asheron's Call)
VTTorpedo and Bombing Plane Squadron (US Navy)
VTNavy Torpedo Squadron (US Navy; 1920s to 1950s)
VTVehicle Ticket (civil court code)
VTVariable Trainer (animation)
VTViceroy’s Territory (India)
VTVile Temptress
VTVamp Team (gaming)
VTVirtual Tracker
VTVanquished Tolerance (Countstrike gaming clan)
VTVacuum Tuberculin
VTVentilatory Threshhold
VTNavy & Marine Training Aircraft Squadron
VTMaximum Airtow Speed (aviation)
VTVagrant Terror (band)
VTVinTech Network
VTVinayagar Tharmanithiyam (Sri Lankan non-governmental organization)
References in periodicals archive ?
This study shows that when the solar electricity generation of the STPV window is taken into account by operating the STPV windows at the maximum power point rather than assuming open-circuit conditions, the SHGC is reduced between 2% (for a STPV window with visible transmittance of 40%, STPV_WIN40%) and 23% (for a STPV window with visible transmittance of 6%, STPV_WIN6%).
NFRC 200, Procedure for determining fenestration product solar heat gain coefficient and visible transmittance at normal incidence.
The STPV glass prototypes are named based on their (front) visible transmittance.
The design variables considered in the model include building location, window size (expressed as window-to-wall ratio: WWR), glazing visible transmittance, shading transmittance and window orientation.
Their direct visible transmittances are shown in Figure 2 as a function of solar incidence angle.
The measurements included the visible transmittance of the skylight and the indoor daylight illuminance.
Recognizing this gap in skylight performance measurements, we adopted an experimental procedure to measure the skylight visible transmittance and skylight daylight illuminance under real sky conditions.
The skylight visible transmittance is defined as the ratio of the transmitted energy flux exiting from the skylight aperture opening to the flux incident on the horizontally projected skylight surface.
m] = measured skylight visible transmittance for the global light
For single-sample measurements, the relative errors in the measurements of the visible transmittance and indoor average illuminance are expressed as follows (Kline and McClintock 1953):
RVT = relative error in the measurement of the visible transmittance