MDD

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AcronymDefinition
MDDMajor Depressive Disorder
MDDMaximum Daily Dose
MDDManic-Depressive Disorder (now called Bipolar Disorder)
MDDModel-Driven Development (software engineering)
MDDMedical Device Directive
MDDMap and Driving Directions
MDDMaximum Dry Density (construction)
MDDMaryland-Delaware-DC (Washington, DC)
MDDMarque de Distributeur (French: private brand)
MDDMate Demate Device (places Space Shuttle on/off 747 carrier aircraft)
MDDMal de Debarquement Syndrome (French: Sore Disembarkation Syndrome; vertigo)
MDDMedical Devices and Diagnostics
MDDMillion Dollar Dream (record label)
MDDModel Driven Development
MDDMine Detection Dog
MDDMateriel Development Decision
MDDMineral Deposits Division (Geological Association of Canada)
MDDMirrored Drive Door (Apple Power Mac)
MDDMetal Detection Device
MDDMovement for Democracy and Development (Central African Republic)
MDDMajor Design Decision
MDDMySQL Database Diagram (computing)
MDDMeteorological Data Distribution
MDDMaintenance Due Date
MDDManagement Division Director
MDDMarca del Distribuidor (Spanish: Brand Distributor)
MDDMovement for Direct Democracy (Prague, Czech Republic)
MDDModel Device Driver
MDDMerchant Defined Data
MDDMulti-Dimensional Databases (computing)
MDDMultiple-valued Decision Diagram (generalized version of Binary Decision Diagram)
MDDMarketing and Distribution Devision (Premier Farnell; UK)
MDDMatson, Driscoll & Damico, LLP
MDDMelting Degree Days
MDDMission Description Document
MDDMechanical Dough Development
MDDMultiple Differential Detection
MDDMinimum Distance Decoding
MDDMulti Domain Diffusion
MDDMaintenance Data Documentation
MDDMaine Driving Dynamics
MDDMacDonald-Detweiler
MDDMaterial Delivery Date
MDDMode Description Document
MDDMaterial Data Document
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The addition of soil stabilizing agents may also change the optimum moisture content (OMC) and maximum dry density (MDD) of the soil.
Summary of the Characteristics of Laterite Sample Soil property Percentage composition /classification Particle gradation Gravel 15 Sand 44 Silt and clay 41 Consistency Liquid limit, LL 57.66 Plastic limit, PL 37.41 Plasticity index, PI 20.25 Natural moisture content 7.96 Classification of laterite USCS MH (sandy elastic silt with gravel) AASHTO between A-5 and A-6 (silty-clayey soil) Compaction (Moisture-Density) Maximum dry density, kg/[m.sup.3] (UNS) 1970 Optimum moisture content, % 27.5 Maximum dry density, kg/[m.sup.3] (SS) 1930 Optimum moisture content, % 26 Mineralogical test Kaolinite (A[l.sub.2]Si[O.sub.5](OH[4.sub.)]) 53.26 Quartz (Si[O.sub.2]) 46.74 Table 2.
The liner thickness is 10 cm compacted to the maximum dry density and optimum moisture content.
The curves of the optimum moisture content and maximum dry density can be acquired by performing the compaction tests.
The proctor test was conducted to obtain the optimum moisture content and the maximum dry density of sand.
However, evaluation on the maximum dry density of the failed slope sample has revealed that it is a suitable slope material thus the slope has not failed due to low maximum dry density.
Standard Proctor compaction tests were carried out to determine the optimum moisture content and maximum dry density of all fly ash-soil mixtures according to ASTM D698-12e2 [22].
The Standard Proctor compaction test method (ASTM D698-07) was performed to see the effect of moisture content on the given density and to find the maximum dry density of the matrix soil.
The specimens were prepared at 95% of maximum dry density of the modified compaction test, and compacted in five layers using 4.5 kg hammer dropped from a height of 45 cm.
Afterwards, the maximum dry density and optimum moisture content of the S/S treated contaminated marine mud and sediment were determined according to the standard Proctor compaction test (BS 1377-4: 1990) as shown in Figures 2a and 2b, respectively, and summarized in Table 3.
Maximum dry density and optimum moisture content for each coal ash mixtures with different proportion of fly ash and bottom ash is summarized in Table 3.
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