SVC


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SVC

abbr.
superior vena cava
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However, unlike to the majority of the cases of SVC syndrome, the chest X-ray (posteroanterior view) did not show any obvious mass lesion, mediastinal widening, or hilar enlargement, which resulted in a diagnostic dilemma regarding aetiology of the current case.
Thinspace has successfully provided the end-to-end secure and easy access solutions which is aptly suited to SVC Bank's environment, addressing all micro and macro requirements.
The award of Madinah East, Hail-2 and Al Jouf-2 SVC projects to Siemens is another milestone in the continuous relationship between the two companies and has made Siemens a key player in the SVC market of Saudi Arabia.
Composed of a stainless steel frame, the SVC offers manufacturers a streamlined design for clutter-free workspaces, simplifying operations.
One of the most employed FACTS in the power systems are Static VAR Compensators (SVCs), in recent years SVC has been adopted widely since dynamic reactive-power control gives significant advantages for power system operation.
Performance analysis of the SVC has shown that it can achieve high compression ratios (Wien et al.
Medium-voltage SVC systems allow operators to increase motor size at any location without resorting to expensive and time-consuming utility upgrades.
R] is the time constant of the SVC regulator (in s), [B.
According to IBM, its SVC controls growth, improves storage administrator productivity, helps clients make better use of existing storage and can improve an infrastructure's availability and resiliency.
SVC isn't the only area team with a chance to make an impact.