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What does EEV stand for?
EEV stands for Electronic Expansion Valve
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We have 37 other meanings of EEV in our Acronym Attic
- Eclaireuses et Eclaireurs Unionistes de France (French)
- Enhanced End Use Monitoring
- European EIAS (Electric Image Animation System) Usergroup Meeting
- East-European University Network
- EAU-EBU Update Series (European Board of Urology and the European Association of Urology)
- Estados Unidos (Spanish: United States)
- E-Energy Ventures Inc (stock symbol)
- Eastern Equine Virus
- Electronic Employment Verification
- Electronic Engine Valve
- Electronically Enhanced Vision
- Emergency Escape Vehicle (US NASA)
- Energy Efficiency Verification (Canadian Standards Association)
- English Electric Valve
- Enhanced Environmentally Friendly Vehicle
- Entreprise en Vie (French: Enterprise Life)
- Entretien Espaces Verts (French: Green Spaces Maintenance)
- Equine Encephalitis Virus
- Espace Équestre du Velay (French equestrian group)
- Estimation Error Variance
Samples in periodicals archive:
The 7 Series 700A11 includes these other design features: * Electronic expansion valves employed for optimal refrigerant control.
Modeling Assumptions * The mechanical dynamics of the compressor and the electronic expansion valve are significantly faster than the two-phase heat exchanger dynamics and can be modeled with algebraic relationships.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] According to Master-Bilt, the master controller on the walk-in refrigeration system offers up to 15% energy savings due to the electronic expansion valve and demand defrost feature.
A new electronic controller from Danfoss, used in conjunction with the company's electronic expansion valve, and a plate heat exchanger, can deliver liquid at a temperature or delta-t selected by the user.
Electronic Expansion Valve The electronic expansion valve (EEV) used in this study consists of a needle valve controlled by a stepper motor.
Also, electronic expansion valves, rare at this low capacity end of the market, ensure precise capacity control.