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What does V stand for?

V stands for Venturi

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BREEDER PROFILE Contender Vic Venturi 11yo chestnut gelding by Old Vic out of Carmen Lady (Torus) Breeder: Robert Brabazon IT WAS down to sound advice that breeder Robert Brabazon acquired the dam of Grand National hopeful Vic Venturi, but had he ignored later opinions Brabazon might still own the 11-year-old.
As elaborated by American artists a decade later, the Pop idea was again brought into architectural discussions, especially by Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, where it served as a bridge to postmodern design (e.
The Venturi 2000 was introduced as a result of customer feedback which provided two data points to the company; the first being that most users of the pneumatic Venturi 1990 only have access to the typical household variety 115 volt electricity, and the second being that the Venturi 1990 is a great system for blasting when the compressed air supply is reasonably clean and dry and when one is using the same source of compressed air rather than taking the machine from plant to plant and using various air supplies that differ in pressure.
This article highlights the differences between a high-energy venturi wet scrubber and a pulse jet baghouse, including a comparison of cupola particulate control operating costs and the incremental cost of upgrading a wet system to a higher efficiency baghouse.