In short, no.
The V correction is to compensate for the fact that not all planets' GHA increases at the same rate, so instead of making GHA increment column for each planet in the tables, there is one for all planets and the v correction allows for any differences between a particular planet and the average rate. Sometimes the planet's GHA increases a little faster than average (positive v correction) and sometimes a little slower than average (negative v correction).
In contrast, the d correction is simply the difference between the declination from one hour to the next, so the result in the increments and corrections table is simply a linear interpolation of that difference. Therefore the d correction is always in accordance with the general trend in declination.
I hope that helps, just shout if you're still stuck.