This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other meanings of D30
Samples in periodicals archive:
Tenders are invited for RC 19 - Trelex - Cone of Derbi - Civil engineering Detailed Description of product: "Changing the crossroads RC 19 - RC 12 by forming a circle with the following characteristics: - An outside diameter of 30 m, - 1050 mA earthworks, - Demolition old coatings 2 900 mA (1,150 to) - Expansion and setting foundation 1,300 mA - Laying of curbs and paved areas 390 m 115 mA, - Collectors clear waters 130 m, - New bituminous 2,700 mA (1,700 to).
KPIOS recently delivered to ABB some 117,387 m of carbon steel spirally welded pipes with a diameter of 30 inches and wall thickness of 0.
In the Japanese Agricultural Standards (JAS) for logs (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Japan 2007a), logs with a top-end diameter less than 14 cm are defined as small logs, those with a top-end diameter of 14 to less than 30 cm are defined as medium logs, and those with a top-end diameter of 30 cm or more are defined as large logs.
The coin will have a diameter of 30 mm and weigh 9.
The body of the woman was pulled out of the well, which was 85 meters deep and had a diameter of 30 cm, on March 2.
This drill has a diameter of 30 centimeters as well, and would have to be widened for the rescue.
The second drill will initially be used to enlarge the supply chute to a diameter of 30 centimetres.
It has an internal diameter of 30 metres and can house up to 150 cattle.