Guide to Storage Tanks and Equipment

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Wiley, Aug 13, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 588 pages
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Guide to Storage Tanks and Equipment has been designed to provide practical information about all aspects of the design, selection and use of vertical cylindrical storage tanks.  Other tanks are covered but in less detail.  Although the emphasis is on practical information, basic theory is also covered.

Guide to Storage Tanks and Equipment is a practical reference book written for specifiers, designers, constructors and users of ambient and low temperature storage tanks.  The book is aimed at everyone who has technical problems as well as those wanting to know more about all aspects of tank technology and also those who want to know who supplies what, and from where.

Steel storage tanks are an important and costly part of oil refineries, terminals, chemical plants and power stations.  They should function efficiently and be trouble free at their maximum storage capacity  to ensure that these installations can have their planned maximum production capacity.

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At present I am involved in further work on floating tank. Hence I am interested in the floating tank part of this book which is in p-156 to p-173. This part is not available for preview. Request you to allow me to read this part and I shall furnish you a review report and attempt good suggestions.
Sincerely yours,
Biswajit Balomajumdar

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About the author (2004)

Bob Gardner is the author of "The Complete Advanced Pilot," "The Complete Multi-Engine Pilot,"" "and" The Complete Private Pilot," He is a piloting instructor with more than 35 years of experience and a former director of ASA Ground schools. He lives in Renton, Washington.

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