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KD

1. Abbr. for kiln-dried.
2. Abbr. for knocked down.

knocked down (KD)

Prefabricated, but not assembled; said of items delivered to the jobsite for assembly there.
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The adsorption ratio of MB decreased with the increase of temperature, indicating that the adsorption of MB by MC/CABs was an exothermic process.
Similarly, a potassium adsorption ratio (PAR) has been defined with K concentration replacing that of Na (U.
Table 7: Results of experiments sodium adsorption ratio and electrical conductivity.
Sodium adsorption ratio (SAR) and residual sodium carbonate (RSC) were calculated by following equations (Richards, 1954).
Paliwal [17] introduced an important ratio called Magnesium Adsorption Ratio (MAR) to assess the water for irrigation purpose.
S Salinity laboratory diagram [11] (Figs 4a and 4b) based on sodium Adsorption Ratio (SAR) vis a vis specific conductance values, the two most significant parameters of sodium and salinity hazards indicate suitability for agricultural purposes.
2] adsorption ratio through the process of photosynthesis depending on the total C[O.
The Water Quality Calculator can determine the salinity, sodium adsorption ratio, and pH of the irrigation water supplied when different sources of water are combined, says Dirk Richards of CSIRO.
Estimate sodium adsorption ratio (SAR) and exchangeable sodium ratio (ESR) in salt-affected soils.
T hese samples were analyzed for Electrical Conductivity (EC), Sodium, Calcium and Magnesium ions for determination of Sodium adsorption ratio (SAR).
In Figure 4 is shown the relationship between sodium and sodium adsorption ratio.