The former are required to achieve high-accuracy transport of the 8-12 ton in-vessel components from their entry point to their operational position in the vacuum vessel.
What does IVC stand for?
IVC stands for In-Vessel Component
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We have 164 other meanings of IVC in our Acronym Attic
- In Vitro Bleeding Test
- Israel Visual Basic User Group
- Internationale Vereinigung der Bergführerverbande (Germany)
- Chief Investigator (USCG Rating)
- Identity Verification Certificate
- Ignatian Volunteer Corps (Baltimore, Maryland)
- Illinois Vehicle Code (law)
- Illinois Virtual Campus
- Immediately Vital Cargo
- Imperial Valley College
- In-Vision Continuity
- Incoming-switched Virtual Circuit (Nortel)
- Indennità di Vacanza Contrattuale (Italian: Contractual Holiday Allowance)
- Indirect Vector Control
- Individual Vehicle Controller
- Indus Valley Civilization (Bronze Age)
- Inferior Vena Cava
- Inland Valley Consortium (aka Consortium for Sustainable Use of Inland Valleys)
- Inner Vacuum Chamber
- Inspiratory Vital Capacity
Samples in periodicals archive:
The team is working closely with representatives from the IO Cooling Water Section and In-vessel Component Division to establish draining and drying parameters.
In March four outstanding issues with the design of the ITER vacuum vessel and its in-vessel components were identified.