Not certain if this is what you're asking but I'll have a go anyways.
Just so you know your first set is correct (use of small tsu with any of these consonants, although I don't think I've ever seen a double B or C in Japanese but I may be mistaken and you've forgotten cch combinations), however the second is a bit off.
For instances of a double N or double M (such as sonna [like that] or honma [Kansai-ben spoken equivalent of hontou/masculine name] these are written with the ん character (so そんな and ほんま, respectively).
As for vv and ww, these sounds don't exist in Japanese. A clear W sound (consonant, not vowel) is normally denoted with a う (such as 思う, omo-wu, to think). Due to the nature of how it's pronounced you can't really double it up, same goes for V which at any rate is restricted to foreign loan words as it's not a naturally occurring sound in the Japanese language.