They cover protecting steel pipelines from permanent ground deformation using expanded polystyrene geofoam, internal pipe lining as a mitigation tool, system modeling for seismic events, managing pipeline integrity, and seismic gas shutoff valves and excess flow valves.
What does FV stand for?
FV stands for Flow Valve (industrial control description)
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- Fighting Vipers (Sega game)
- File Viewing
- Final Vowel
- Finite Volume
- Firing Velocity
- Firm Value
- Fishing Vessel
- Fits Viewer
- Fixed-Length Vector
- Fixed-to-Variable Length Coding
Samples in periodicals archive:
PHMSA announced the start of a rulemaking designed to determine whether it should expand its requirement on distribution pipelines to install excess flow valves (EFVs).
The patented activeLock back flow valve is designed to briefly seal the melt runners of the back flow lock through a brief, jerky rotation, counter to the direction of plasticising prior to injection.
That is not as easy as it sounds, because the only control typically supplied by the machine builder is a coolant flow valve, and often that valve is not designed for accurate flow control.
The business is the only one in the North-East to service chemical pumps and flow valves in the same factory and plans to extend its activities into the water and pharmaceutical industries.
A gas-venting needle has been developed using a flow valve with no moving parts.
The compound is extruded by a hydraulically powered ram, and the rate of extrusion is monitored by a digital flow valve.