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As the biggest airport terminal designer in the United Kingdom, this premier architectural firm has enabled all of its employees to easily find and view UK building standards documents online -- anytime, anywhere. The staff can be confident documents are current and saves time previously spent maintaining or searching for hardcopies.Learn more about our client’s successes
One of my associate is planning for a milk dairy unit of 2000 Litrs/Hr. (or) 2.0 M^3/Hr. I want to know the over-all heat transfer co-efficient for milk in the heat exchanger/ pasteurizer and chilling of the milk, the recommended velocity for the milk, etc. max. temp. should not go above 90 Deg.C a
I got a little confusion during the stress analysis of a gas line (my first experience of stress analysis) with ASTM A-106 gr. B pipe. We know that allowable stress for A-106 Gr. B pipe is 20000 psi as per Table A-1 of B31.3. But when i generated the report it is showing that allowable stress is 350
Q1:We are doing Single V Butt Joint welding with ER80S-G for Root & Hot pass and then SAW(EA2-A2) welding on Plate(25 mm Thk).After welding we are doing Backgouging .Clarification required how much depth back gouging is accepted.After doing LPT we have to gouge more due to weld defect.and due to bac