4. Galvanized farm/ chicken house/ poultry silo - used in chicken house
a. well used and automatically used for broiler/breeder feeding
b. for chicken feed storage
c. different capacity from 2.5tons to 25tons
d. one silo could supply 2 chicken house
e. 2 silos could supply one chicken house
f. one way/ two way/ three way boot for silo to meet different requirement
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Q:A dairy farmer uses a storage silo that is in the shape of the right circular cylinder.?
V = pi * r^2 * h V = 72 * pi h = 8 72 * pi = pi * r^2 * 8 9 = r^2 3 = r d = 2r d = 6
Q:Radar level measurement device..?
I would say not - the amount of consolidation in the upper levels of the powder would vary the penetration of the radar and thus report with different levels of confidence (in other words - take a single reading now, just after loading and another reading after the power has settled for an hour and find the reading vary by many inches.
Q:When people call themselves beancounters what does that mean?
Q:What are these silos near the ANZAC bridge? (pic inculded)?
Jeremy, I remember those and asked about them myself, they are grain handling silos for bulk ships. You guys are main exporters of grain around the world. To your second question, I don't think that would be a good idea, being on the waterfront, think they would be covered by Australian Customs and Quarantine Services, and would have a rotating shift of security, coming under a government facility I would assume, you would be arrested.
Q:what is the meaning of the different designs at the top of brick silos?
Probably just decorative, I dont think they have any meaning in the same way as say hex signs on barns have
Q:2 math Questions Easy 10 points Help!?
1. 1/3= 33% (1 divided by 3 is .33333, which is the same as 33%) 1/2= 50% (1 divided by 2 is .50, which is the same as 50%) so 33%+50%= 83%, not 100% so the silo will not be full. 2. 2/3= .666666% (2 divided by 3 is .666666, which is the same as 66.666%) He had 67% left to read. 1/4= 25% (1 divided by 4 is .25, which is the same as 25%) So you need to find out how much 1/4 (25%) of 2/3 (67%) is. so 2/3 X 1/4= 2/12 when simplied it is 1/6
Q:pros and cons on nuclear weapons?
nuclear warheads sit in silos not being used, even with regular maintenance. They eventually become millions of tonnes of Very toxic waste, which have to be cut up and stored in lead lined barrels somewhere stable and deep for over Ten Thousand Years. The up-keep of that level of secure storage is expensive in the Extreme Nuclear weapons as we know them are will be replaced by newer and probably nastier technology During the Cold War is was Called MAD (Mutually Assured Destruction). It only worked when your enemy had a country and was as scared of death as you are. But our World has changed. The Enemies no longer have fixed countries, nor do they fear death. So not only is there nowhere to fire your rockets at, but the fear of having the weapons is no longer a deterent
Q:what is the differences between farm building and farm structure?
A windmill and many varieties of silos are farm structures, but they are not farm buildings. The same can be said for a two or three sided structure built to be a windbreak for livestock. There are also feeders for livestock that are not buildings, but are structures...racks to hold bales of feed up off the ground, trough systems that deliver food and water, feed mixers are all examples. Also, some farms dig out areas of hillsides/ridges to put silage in and cover them with plastic or tarps to reduce moisture damage...these would be structures and not buildings. Damming a creek to make a pond to water stock would be a farm structure and is clearly not a building. The differences are in the use, complexity of design and materials.
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The Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo De Silos CDs were Chant, Chant 2, Chant 3
Q:Determining the volume of a silo?
After finding the volume in ft^3 MULTIPLY by 44.4. (Each ft^3 has 44.4 lbs of matter - 2 fT^3 = 88.8 lbs., 3 ft^3 = 133.2 lbs., ans so on)