This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other meanings of PRV
We have 54 other definitions for PRV
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Several new design features for the MR-104G engine were demonstrated in this testing series, including a newly developed 120-volt series-redundant propellant valve, a 120-volt/40 watt catalyst bed heater, a new chamber pressure transducer and an integral thruster mount configuration.
Instead of hydraulics, future propulsion systems might use EMAs to control major propellant valves.
The test of the engine's primary control functions accomplished all primary objectives, including engine startup, propellant valve commanding, thrust vector control functioning and shutdown sequencing.
The cutting-edge engine technology integrates an injector-igniter assembly with two propellant valves resulting in an engine weight that is comparable to an earth-storable reaction control engine.
of Buffalo, NY, as the supplier to design the propellant valve for the engine.
Instead of hydraulics, future propulsion systems may use EMAs to control major propellant valves, so gaining performance data in "real world" testing has significant value.