The cutting team of 26 women spent 182 man-days to cut the fabric and the stitching team of 8 spent 40 man-days to put the apron together.
What does MD stand for?
MD stands for Man-Day
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of MD
We have 294 other meanings of MD in our Acronym Attic
- Mail Destination
- Mail Drop
- Main Deck
- Main Droite (accoridion, right hand side)
- Maintainability Demonstration
- Maintenance Diagnostic
- Maintenance Drop
- Major Depression
- Make Directory (MS-DOS command)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Like other Reserve or Guard members, IMAs can volunteer for man-day tours or deployments.
TI2 has dedicated 1,600 of the total 3,550 man-days of training it has provided during its inaugural year to Nationals.
Also, a quarter of all security breaches took between two and ten man-days of effort to investigate and rectify the attack.
The estimated direct cost of absenteeism is based on an average cost of EUR100 per employee per man-day lost on wages, benefits and replacement costs, ISME said.
Turner said potentially 2,000 Reservists on military personnel appropriation man-day orders or Reserve personnel appropriation man-day orders will reach or exceed 1,095 days by September 2008.
they show that in the case of a car door, traditional engineering testing would require 172 hours of test time, 117 man-days of labor, $124,000, multiple prototypes, and would result in the discovery of 1 failure mode, while MEOST requires 16 hours of test time, 38 man-days of labor, $44,000, and just a few prototypes)--what is perhaps more important is their step-by-step review of how managers and engineers who actually may think they're pursuing a high-quality path to development and production are actually wandering down non-productive paths.