- Bucket Elevator with capacity from 1 tone/hour to 400 tone/hour - Chain Conveyor with capacity from 1 tone/hour to 400 tone/hour - Screw Conveyor with capacity from 1 tone/hour to 200 tone/hour
- Elevator Towers - Electrical and Manuel controlled Slide gates - Distributors with 1 in 2/3/4/5/6 out - Catwalks - Spout Pipes
Aeration system with centrifugal fan
Temperature control system
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Q:Blowing grain unto a silo?
its called a grain vac and yes it would work. a decent grain vac will set you back 15- 20,000 dollars. you would be better off using a grain auger to load the bin. you will get some shatter with the auger.
Q:I need analogies for these organelles for biology: Platids, Nucleolus, Cytoplasm, Microfliament & microtubule?
Plastids are like Silos for storing starch. Nucleolus is like a manufacturing facility that builds ribosomes Cytoplasm is like the connective tissue that holds everything in place in the cell microfilaments are like the BONES of the cell, providing structural support microtubules are like conveyor belts of the cell moving vesicles, granules, organelles like mitochondria, and chromosomes via special attachment proteins
Q:What is the meaning of the term Silo Busting?
In military-speak - a silo busting weapon is one strong enough to destroy nuclear weapons stored in a weapons silo. The silo is the protected underground tube where ICBMs are stored and prepared for launch. In business-speak - it means to break up an isolated department of an organization that operates by itself and doesn't share information throughout the company.
Q:Linear algebra problem?
okay, the problem with your substitution, is that it cancels out all variables. The pi*R^2's cancel out, and so do the other variables, leaving you with 2000 = 2000 The important thing to notice is the least amount of construction material. In mathematical terms for this equation, it means the surface area of the general dome + hemisphere shape (disregard support beams or whatnot that would be used in actual construction) For this problem, the surface area of the silo would be 2piR^2 (hemisphere) + 2piR*Y (cylinder) = A use that information and see if you can come up with a better answer. =)
Q:What do you think of this little rap?
the silo part is alittle iffy but i probably just am uneducated haha. good stuff bro
Q:What is the point of the Grain Silo on Farmville?
The grain silo, like a lot of buildings in farmville, is just a decoration.
Q:What were the symbols of the Cold War?
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Q:If a cow is tied to a silo with radius r by a rope just long enough to reach the opposite side, what is the a?
Since the cow is ties to a rope which is stuck at one end, the cow will be able to move with the rope in a circular manner. This is the maximum area that the cow can cover. Area of a circle is pi * r^2 Since the length of the rope is 'r' and this is the distance between the cow and the centre of the circle (the fixed point), the radius of this circle is also 'r'. Therefore, the area that the cow can cover is pi * r^2 = 3.14 * r^2
Q:Optimisation question? maths question?
Let: V - grain volume a - cost to build 1 sq.m of cylindrical part Volume of cylindrical part is: pi*r^2*h = V So h = V / (pi*r^2) Total cost to build the silo is: Cost = pi*r^2*a (bottom of the silo) + 2*pi*r*h*a + 2*pi*r^2*2a (semi-spherical part cost twice) = = a*(5*pi*r^2 + 2*pi*r*h) = = a*(5*pi*r^2 + 2*pi*r*V / (pi*r^2)) = = a*(5*pi*r^2 + 2*V/r) You need to find minimum of the function dCost/dr = a*(10*pi*r - 2*V / r^2) = 0 r = (V/(5*pi)) ^ (1/3) = ... h = V / (pi*r^2) = ...
Q:Otter Creek golf course or Old Silo golf course?
I can give you half an answer, anyway. Otter Creek is a great golf course! I live in Indianapolis and play a lot of statewide amateur tournaments, and Otter is so well thought of that it is our State Amateur tournament site at least every 3rd year. For 20+ years it was The State Am site every year! And the qualifying fields always swell when the tournament goes back there. It is a big, broad shouldered piece of land, framed by trees and fairway bunkers, with plenty of room to hit the ball but devilish green complexes. Make sure you play the original routing (I believe it is North and West), as there is a 3rd 9 that is OK but doesn't measure up. Don't play the absolute tip tees on holes 7 and 9, but do look back there and see where the tee boxes are. Those holes are for real from back there! While inside, go upstairs and look at all the photos from past state am champs at Otter creek. See how many you have heard of, I think you will be surprised! Have fun!