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:Any old missile silo crew members on here?
My father was posted in a missile silo with a Titan II nuclear warhead on it. He told me that at one point in 1968 they conducted a test where as the doors were opened and the keys we all in (3 keys in total) but that's as far as it went.
Q:please help with this math??????
V top=(2pi/3)R^3 V cyl=30piR^2 Vr=piR^2[30+(2R/3)] God bless you.
Q:Anyone know of any old silos in eastern CT or RI?
interesting ... good luck
Q:Does anyone have any intel on Saddam Hussein's secret missile silo in Heaven?
They can't find heaven so they are going to really struggle to give you directions. Anyway, didn't he hide them in Narnia?
Q:Grain that is stored ina grain elevator is unreactive. If a spark is placed near fine dust in the silos, howev?
I guess you're asking why this is so. Or are you asking is this so? If you are looking for answers you really ought to start by asking unambiguous questions. I'll answer both possibilities. It is so. Big bangs can come from ignited grain dust in silos. Grew up in farm country with lots of soya bean and corn silos around. Occasionally one would go boom and ruin the farmer's day. As to why the dust will go boom, but the grain lying in a pile will not; it's because the dust is surrounded by air with oxygen in it, while the grain is exposed only on the top of the pile. In fact the surface area of dust relative to the volume (mass) of the dust is rho = A/V = 4 pi r^2/4/3 pi r^3 = 3/r This means that as the bit to burn gets smaller and smaller when r gets smaller and smaller, there is relatively more surface area exposed to the air and the oxygen it contains. And the more surface area there is relative to the mass (volume) of the bit, the more rapid it will burn. The very rapid burns are called explosions. So if grain were to ignite, it would burn more slowly than the dust with its higher A/V ratio. We used to have those, too; slow burns in the silos.
Q:Which branch of the military controls the nuclear weapons of the USA?
None. The Commander In Chief Controls the Weapons.
Q:How Hard is it for a country to make a nuke?
It's not difficult if you have the technology, but what is difficult, is to make a rocket that is big enough to launch it. Not only that, but you must test firing one with a similar load to a nuclear bomb. That could take you years to develop!
Q:How can you Start and/or Finish these sentences?
preparing for a bathtub whilst i found out I walked interior the incorrect homestead. The 18 y/o daughter of the government of Police freaked out and stated as 911. The incident would be broadcast on law enforcement officials quickly. examine your close by television handbook for date, time, and channel
Q:can the top brass of the military and/or president bypass missile silo soldiers?
In order to launch those missiles you need authentication codes and multiple people to turn the keys simultaneously. That being sad the President does have the authority to launch a retaliatory strike against a nation that attacks us or our allies first. However the soldiers on the ground do not have the authorization codes that have to input into the missiles to make them active, that's why the codes exist in the first place. It guarantees no one goes nuts and launches on their own. It's also why you need multiple people to launch a missile.