Silo Engineering Grain Silo 500T - 8000T
600 - 10000m3
D7 - 25m
10 - 90T
Packaging & Delivery
|Delivery Detail:||30 days after down payment|
Diameter: 3.5 - 25 m
Height: 5 - 25 m
Thickness: 2.0 - 4.0 mm
Capacity: 100 - 8000 ton per silo
Material: galvanized steel
(Galvanized rate ≥ 275g/m2)
Datas for Silo Engineering Grain Silo 500T - 8000T
δ1.0mm, Galvanized steel
Ø1.5-3.0m, Checkered steel plate
Upper tension ring
Ø1.5-3.0m, Carbon steel plate
Bottom tension ring
Ø3.0-25m, Carbon steel plate
δ4.0mm, Carbon steel plate
δ6.0mm, Carbon steel plate
δ4.0mm, Carbon steel plate
Ø3.0-25m, 1”(metric), steel tube
Gal. rate >= 275g/m2
δ2.0 - δ4.0mm
|Gate|| ø600 mm|
12pcs/silo - 84pcs/silo
[6.3, [8.0, [10, [12, [14, [16, [18, [20,
|δ6.0 - δ14.0mm Q235 STEEL|
δ6.0 - δ14.0mm Q235 STEEL
"H" Section steel
* Completely impermeable
* Minimal build-up on internal wall
* Low maintenance
- Q:Where are reserve nukes stationed if they're not being transfered to silos etc?
- Nunya damn bidness!
- Q:Have large diesel generatros from missile silo. need manual or info on set up.?
- I would try CAT they are putting out a lot of generators l8tly to Subdivisions.
- Q:What Call of Duty 4 map has the Well you can fall into?
- Countdown, in the middle missle silo wear the smoke is coming out of, just run into the smoke.
- Q:How many times can a guy blow his load in 24 hours????
- It depends on the tanker size and the silo and load eg PFA, cement, flour. All which are blown into hoppers. That's what you asking Right!
- Q:whats the response to LAWS FALL CALK ASK NUDE SILO LOT BLOB RUNS JOVE PELT PURE SLOT PENT OX FLOP MERE GUT NIB
- My response would be: WRITE A BETTER QUESTION IN ENGLISH.
- Q:Question about hacking?
- no to either of them lol... The only way you would be able to do it is if you had physical access to the closed loop systems that they use (so unless you are somehow inside a nuclear silo or in outer space, you cant hack them). hacking in the real world is vastly different from in movies lol just because its in a movie doesnt mean its possible in real life...
- Q:What are those tall things that farmers put feed in?
- A silo.
- Q:Calculus optimization problem?
- π (r^2) (h) + 2/3 π r^3 =497 solve for h h= 497/pi r^2 - 2r/3 Surface area = 3pi r^2 + 2pi r h = 3pi r^2 + 2 pi r [ 497/pi r^2 - 2r/3] Surface area = 3 pi r^2 +994 /r - (4/3)pi r^2 dS/dr = 3pi (2r) -994/r^2 -(4/3) pi (2r) = 0 6pir--994/r^2 - (8/3)pi r = 0 6pi r^3 -994 -(8/3) pi r^3 = 0 (10/3) pi r^3 = 994 r^3 = (994)(3/10)(1/pi) =94.92 r= (94.92)^(1/3) r =4.5616 h= 497/pi r^2 - 2r/3 = 497/pi (4.5616)^2 - 2(4.56)/3 =4.56 d^2S/dr^2 =6pi +1988/r^3 -(8pi/3) = 10pi/3 +1988/r^3 > 0 for r=4.56 This shows the surface area has been minimized. r=4.6 h=4.6 (after rounding to 1 decimal place)
- Q:Does the UK have nukes?
- Knock yourself out:
- Q:Finding Diameter with only Height and Volume?
- You are given the volume, the height of the cylinder, and the overall height. Remember the volume of a cone is: 1/3 x Hcone x Pi x r^2 and the volume of a cylinder is: Hcylider x Pi x r^2. First we have to figure out the height of the cone. We know the overall height, and the height of the cylinder. Hsilo = Hcylinde + Hcone. 10 ft = 6 ft + Hcone. Hcone = 4 ft Now we can find the diameter of the silo. Assuming the diameter(and radius) of both the cone and the cylinder are the same V = 1/3 x Hcone x Pi x r^2 + Hcylider x Pi x r^2 Plugging in all of the known values gives us: 144 ft^3 = 1/3 x 4ft x Pi x r^2 +4 ft x Pi x r^2 144 ft^3 = 4/3 x Pi x r^2 +4 ft x Pi x r^2 144 ft^3 = 16.755 x r^2 Solving for r we have r = 2.93 ft So the diameter is two times r or: D = 5.86 ft - I hope this helps!
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