DWV


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DWV

(Dielectric Withstanding Voltage) The amount of voltage that an insulator (dielectric) can handle without conducting electricity.

DWV

Abbr. for drainage, waste, and vent.
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Hypoplasia of cerebellar vermis is observed in both DWM and DWV (14,28).
1) Corpus callosum agenesis with left inferior cerebellar hypoplasia was noted in one case of DWV in our study.
In summary, the findings described here demonstrate the first report of infection of Bombus atratus with DWV, SBV and BQCV in commercial bumblebee colonies of Argentina.
DWV is part of a continuum of rare developmental abnormalities of the posterior brain fossa.
The system has been approved for the rehabilitation of existing DWV pipe lines (clay, cast iron, PVC) and can be utilized for both commercial and residential applications.
DWV said the thesis focuses on the characterization of these materials' catalytical activity for oxygen adsorption and the measurement of their electrochemical properties.
Other PVC alternatives include ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), a rigid black pipe used in DWV applications.
End-use applications will continue to include: profile extrusion--baseboards, picture frames, door and window moldings, free foam, "Celuka," and coextrusion; pipe extrusion--cellular core coextrusion DWV sewer, etc.
The main exception is conduit for DWV (drain, waste, vent) applications, where suppliers are developing new lubricant formulations to support growing interest in PVC foam-core pipe.
The entire DWV system is joined together by and includes traps to prevent unwanted odors (sewer gas) from escaping into the house; vent stacks to provide equalization of air pressure.