Include the wall plate, column, manhole, roof ladders and so on.
(1) wall plate
Our steel is hot galvanized, which makes it durable and weather resistant. Our advanced bolts with spherical washer and the resisting-worn rubber are used to ensure the tightness and using period.
The column, made by the Z-bar, is used to reinforce the silo body. It is connected by junction panels.
(3) Manhole and Roof Ladders
There are inspection door and ladders inside and outside the silo body. It is convenient and accessible for any maintenance work.
Roof is made up of radiated beam, roof cover board, tension ring, ventilator scoop, roof cap, etc.
A whole grain storage system
(the following drawing is designed by our sales, our engineer will finally give a design of your needed grain storage system in CAD format after determination )
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Q:Math..please help. I'm desperate?
Okay, you've got to combine a couple of equations here: Surface area of a cylinder = 2πr^2 + 2πrh So, because you won't be painting a flat top or a bottom, we'll ditch that part of the equation, leaving us with 2πrh. Now, since we've got a half-sphere as our top, we need to use the surface area of a sphere equation, which is 4πr^2. BUT, since we only have half of a sphere, lets divide that by 2. (4πr^2)/2 So now, to find the surface area of the WHOLE thing, combine our two equations. Silo + Top 2πrh + (4πr^2)/2 Now insert your values, plug and chug. 2π9(<---Because the radius is half of the diameter)32.4 + (4π(4^2))/2 583.2π + (4π16)/2 583.2π + 32π is the surface area. To find volume, we use even MORE equations. We'll need the volume of the cylinder, which is π(r^2)h And the volume of a sphere, which is (4/3)π(r^3) But remember, since we only have half of sphere on top, we'll need to divide that equation by two. ((4/3)π(r^3))/2 Once again, we'll combine the equations. Silo + Top π(r^2)h + ((4/3)π(r^3))/2 And then plug and chug. π(9^2)32.4 + ((4/3)π(4^3))/2 π(27)(32.4) + ((4/3)π(64))/2 π874.8 + 42.67π is the volume. Remember to add your units! They should be feet squared for surface area and feet cubed for volume.
Q:How to demolish a silo?
Well, it seems that you have picked up the best answer already, while I still want that you can consider Muyang, and it can give you best solutions on silos.
Q:Is it feasible to have rocket launches from below ground?
The silos in the ground are sort of like a pipe inside a pipe with a space between the two pipes. When the rocket ignites the rocket gases bounce off a curved deflector at the bottom of the silo and the gases are directed up the hollow space between the two cylinders. This protects the rocket from the hot gases and yet keeps it all underground until the concrete lid is taken off
Q:Question related to precal?
This is a more tedious question than it first appears to be. The volume of the silo is the volume of the cap plus the volume of the cylinder. V = 4/6πr³ + (25 - r)(πr²) (I assumed that the height of the cylinder was r less than the entire silo height of 25). No matter how you slice it, this is a cubic equation that in simplest form is r³ - 75r² + (3)(935)/π = 0 This can be solved by graphing or by methods more fully explained in the source below. The radius you found is close, but it's not right. Try substituting it back into the original equation and see what you get.
Q:BEST ANSWER 10 POINTS!!!! What can you do for cheap and fun?
Go rockclimbing at your local rockcliming silo, or if you live by mountains, go real rockclimbling. Get foam swords and have an epic battle. Sneak some people into the drive in. Camp out. Go to the 12:00 first showing of a movie dress up for it. Get your nails done. make your own movie. Form a band have a garage concert. Have a picnic, chinese style. Have a cookoff. Waterballooon fight. Make your own slip n slide. Make a fort. Have a Danceoff.
Q:film about nixon's last days?
That might be Seven Days In May with Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas.
Q:why is the spacing smaller ?
Internal pressure in the silo pushes down and sideways. there is more pressure at the bottom than at the top. So there needs to be more structural strength at the bottom. Wingman
Q:What do you think of this name?
OMG that name is horrible! No no no no no no!!!!!! You need something that can just slide off the tongue easily, and sound beautiful at the same time. Siloah sounds like your a damn hoe. And plus that fact that they just placed a random 'A' makes it sound like a classy stripper name. Might as well name her Candy or Crystal haha.
Q:I dont get geometry help me please?
A cylinder, if you take a cross section, is a circle. You can think of it as a tall circle. So, you find the area of the circle, then multiply it by the height to find the volume.
Q:Is there usually anything buried underneath a farm silo?
rats and a host of all boogeymen that hang out on farms