CONSTRUCTION OF A CHEMICAL RACK, STUDY APPARATUS

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CONSTRUCTION OF A CHEMICAL RACK, STUDY APPARATUS

 

ABSTRACT

The construction of the 500 gallous (2,250 litre) of water is a project which has definite mathematical patterns. The choice of a cylindrical pattern of design involved the application of mathematical deductions to analyse the size of materials required.

The introductory and scope of the project emphasized the construction and installation of a reservoir for water that could supply a community with water. The tank’s installed and kept on a circular stand bass t avoid the reshape of the bottom and of the tank.

The project studied the industrial applications of the project with specific  choices of material of construction. The sequence of construction and the procedure of installation suggested that the project has been completed for use in the storage.

The cost of fabrication of this cylindrical type is cheaper than what is obtained in the open market. The cost effectiveness of the construction makes the project very necessary; the recommendation for improvement on future constructions.

TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE

1.0              INTRODUCTION

1.1       SCOPE OF THE PROJECT

CHAPTER TWO

2.0              types of reservoirs

2.1       industrial and domestic use of reservoir

2.2              materials of construction for different types –

of reservoirs

2.3              design factors for construction

CHAPTER THREE

3.0              Procedure for construction of 500 gallons 2250 liters8

3.1       installation procedure for the tank

3.2              cost estimate/evaluation

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0              RECOMMENDATIONS

Conclusion

References

CHAPTER ONE

1.0              INTRODUCTION

Reservoirs are forms of storages vessels.

Reservoirs are used for different purposes ranging from use in the chemical industries to use in the domestic homes of different chemical and physical properties others are used for the storage of solids and semi-finished items.

They are reservoirs that are designed in the form of silos for the storage of Agricultural equipments and even industries products.

Some reservoirs are sued in the cryogenic storages. Storage containers that are used for storing cryogenic substances are designed 10 percent volume larger than the substance so as to reduce rapid build up of pressure in the container.

The major problems of most reservoirs is leakage. Leakage usually result when controlled resulting to the collapse of a section. It might equally result from the rushing of a part of the container.

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