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RPV

(aerospace engineering)
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RPV

(Remotely Piloted Vehicle) See UAV.
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However, attempts to use these diffusion parameters to fit experimental data at GB phosphorus accumulation in RPVs fail to succeed.
We discuss their variations on the number of radial nodes, the RPV P, and the RSCP parameter b (positive and negative) when c [not equal to] 0 in Section 4.
Similar to Asia, Europe is expected to experience high demand for new installation of RPVs and RPVHs.
(2) Drones differ from RPVs in that they are designed to fly
To be more precise, these international law regimes are wholly determinative of the best practices and professional norms by which we appropriately apply the evolving technology of drones, or remotely piloted vehicles ("RPVs').
Van Creveld maintains that the trend toward unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and remotely piloted vehicles (RPVs) combined with an increase in "low intensity conflict" mean there is no longer a compelling case for an independent air service.
(TEPCO) had begun to install a backup line for providing fresh water to the Reactor Pressure Vessels (RPVs) at Units 1, 2, and 3.
He, like most of his colleagues, loved living fully on the edge and may well represent a dying breed threatened by RPVs, changed strategy, and new weapons systems.
The meeting would discuss unprovoked firing on civilians and at border out-posts by the BSF, inadvertent border crossing, illegal defence construction and violation of Pakistani air space by Indian helicopters and remotely piloted vehicles (RPVs).
The FAA is under pressure to issue flying rights for pilotless planes to carry out civilian and law-enforcement functions, while the government is considering using aerial RPVs to patrol the border.