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What does CD stand for?

CD stands for Conceptual Design

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1: Preparation of investment project "Construction of sewerage network and treatment plant effluent / WWTP / and complete reconstruction of the water supply network Rakitovo the following tasks: Task 1: Develop a conceptual design for the WWTP effluent gr.
In addition to Foster + Partners, the partnership selected Rogers, Stirk, Harbour + Partners (Lord Richard Rogers), OMA (Rem Koolhaas) and Zaha Hadid Architects to participate in the final, conceptual design phase of the competition over the summer.
The OMT's mission is to proactively manage and mitigate obsolescence problems in the V-22 weapon systems with the goal of increasing operational capabilities, reducing total ownership cost, and reducing the effects of diminishing manufacturing sources and materiel shortages (DMSMS) from conceptual design through retirement, in accordance with the following policies and guidance: DoD 4140.
The abBA collaboration has developed a conceptual design for a new type of field-expansion magnetic spectrometer to measure neutron decay correlation coefficients, a, b, B, and A, with a polarized pulsed cold neutron beam [1,2].
VECO, through a joint effort with Fluor, will provide engineering, conceptual design and evaluation for route possibilities from the North Slope to central Alberta, Canada.
The team is performing comprehensive ground demonstrations design to reduce risk and verify system performance under a 38-month program definition and risk reduction contract awarded in August 1999 to define requirements and complete conceptual designs for an operational SBIRS Low system.
Will The Art of Landscape Detail help lecturers make students understand and internalize the formative role of detail during the conceptual design stage?