GV

(redirected from Gate valve)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

vessel

(ves'el) [Fr. vessel fr. L. vascellum, a little vessel]
A tube, duct, or canal to convey the fluids of the body. Synonym: vas

blood vessel

Any of the vessels carrying blood (arteries, veins, and capillaries).

chyliferous vessel

See: lacteal

collateral vessel

A vessel parallel to the vessel from which it arose.

conception vessel

Abbreviation: CV
In acupuncture, a meridian that runs down the midline of the body from the chin to the perineum.

conduit vessel

One of the large blood vessels that conducts fluid from the heart to the systemic circulation. The elasticity of these vessels is an important factor in the development of hypertension.

governor vessel

Abbreviation: GV
One of the meridians used in acupuncture and shiatsu. It runs along the center of the back of the body.

great vessel

One of the large blood vessels entering and leaving the heart.

lacteal vessel

See: lacteal

lymphatic vessel

See: lymphatic

mixing vessel

An animal infected by more than one influenza virus at a time and in which the genes of the virus may assort themselves in novel, potentially hazardous combinations.

nutrient vessel

One of the vessels supplying specific areas such as the interior of bones.

radicular vessel

A branch of a vertebral artery supplying a cranial nerve root.

governor vessel

Abbreviation: GV
One of the meridians used in acupuncture and shiatsu. It runs along the center of the back of the body.
See also: vessel

GV,

n the governor vessel, an acupuncture channel running from the tailbone to the upper lip along the back of the body.
Enlarge picture
GV.
References in periodicals archive ?
In the gate valve, seats, as well as the gate are free to move.
3) Gate valve solid wedge, rising stem, 150 lbs, raised face.
We are specialists in this field of gate valves and one of only a few companies left in the US able to comply with manufacturing valves of USA made of steel.
Resilient Seated Gate Valves - Tyco Resilient Seated Gate valves are designed for use in a fire protection system for on/off operation.
GNB is launching its new low-cost wedge-gate pendulum valve line and is displaying several new and innovative gate valves.
This specialist in solving dry material handling problems announced the addition of the StopTight manual and pneumatic knife gate valves for dry solids, granules, and powders.
The LineClear Lateral, says the company, is an economical alternative to expensive knife gate valves, which were previously used to combat the accumulation of "blow-by" material.
The company offers a full line of pinch valves, check valves, knife gate valves, pressure sensors, air diffusers and rubber products.
Reiss, located in Peterborough, England, manufactures knife gate valves and serves the pulp and paper, water/wastewater, power, cement manufacturing, and new construction industries.
In comparison, pneumatic versions of competitive double-dump gate valves require large volumes of shop air for operation.
Solar and wind energy drive the gate valves of stormwater holding tanks, most of which are located in areas without a normal power supply.
The businesses being acquired serve customers in the worldwide oil and gas production, pipeline and process markets, and their product offerings include ball valves, check valves, actuators, gate valves and plug valves.