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re·sid·u·al vol·ume (RV),
the volume of air remaining in the lungs after a maximal expiratory effort.
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re·sid·u·al vol·ume (RV) (rē-zid'yū-ăl vol'yūm)
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[Studies on the operative factors affecting the reduction of chronic subdural hematoma, with special reference to the residual air
in the hematoma cavity].
When the OBOGS shut down with the rest of the ECS, residual air
remained in the system.
Plus, the low operating pressure means that residual air
can hold a great deal, making the air cleaning process more effective.
After the palletizing process, the stack press increases stack stability by removing residual air
from the bags.
molecules present in the spacecraft's Low Earth Orbit (LEO) will catch the sheet and pull the object out of the sky much faster than is normal.