expiratory reserve volume

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expiratory reserve volume

[ek′spī·rə‚tȯr·ē ri¦zərv ‚väl·yəm]
(physiology)
At the end of a normal expiration, the quantity of air that can be expelled by forcible expiration.
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ERV data were linked, using county and municipality codes, to Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) codes.
A total of 62 workers -- 30 in one facility and 32 more in another facility -- underwent ERV tests as well.
Green Building Advisor Musings of an Energy Nerd--HRV or ERV retrieved on January 28th 2013 from http: //www.
At RH set-points of 50% and 55%, A/C with a desiccant wheel dehumidifier (Case 5), and A/C with an ERV and high-efficiency DX dehumidifier (Case 8) stand out as the two options resulting in the smallest increase of source energy consumption.
The ERV will be operated by trained specialists and will carry all portable emergency response equipment and self-sufficient items and can be off-loaded at the emergency site.
We decided that we'd make it a bit generic, because there are a lot of tight areas where people will want to be able to access where you would need a small ERV to go.
The cost per transaction for checking accounts against the state database through ERV is significantly less expensive than using a 3rd party.
While other ERVs do not filter the incoming fresh air, the core in the RecoupAerator(R) also acts as a MERV 8 filter," said Kinzelman.
In summer operating mode, ERVs work in reverse; they use the coolness of the outgoing air-conditioned air to precool the incoming air.
The ERV ductwork in these houses was configured to exhaust from two locations in the main area and supply to all bedrooms.
Control of ERVs during cooling season is important because cooling energy consumption may actually increase when an uncontrolled ERV is used in an HVAC system (Mumma 2001; Zhang and Niu 2001; Rasouli et al.
The makeup air air-handling unit has an ERV (not like the one discussed earlier) and a chilled water cooling coil with modulating gas heat.