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PostPosted: Sat May 06, 2006 2:59 pm    Post subject: equipment design Reply with quote

hi engineers..... i am a new member her .......actually i am
undergraduate student i am doing my graduation project about equipment
design of vertical separator ....i want to know the steps for designing
the separator or send me sample of vertical separator design
........thank u
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PostPosted: Sun May 07, 2006 3:47 am    Post subject: Re: equipment design Reply with quote

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hi engineers..... i am a new member her .......actually i am
undergraduate student i am doing my graduation project about equipment
design of vertical separator ....i want to know the steps for designing
the separator or send me sample of vertical separator design
.......thank u

There are two methods which are likely to work pretty well here. I like to

divide them up into the old style solution and the new style solution. Both
yield pretty good results.

Old method

Step 1. Decide you need to know about vertical separators
Step 2. Realize that your problem statement didn't specify if you need to
separate small apples from big ones, powder from rocks, or one hydrocarbon
from another.
Step 3. Get a little clarification and revise your problem statement.
Step 4. Look in your textbook for clues as to what to do and what to look
up.
Step 5. Wander on over to the nearest technical library and check out the
Kirk Othmer encyclopedia.
Step 6. Check the trade jounals related to the topic.
Step 7. Gather all the information and try to put it together into one
cogent block.
Step 8. Write your paper.
Step 9. Hand the paper in
Step 10. Get your grade.

New method
Step 1. Decide you need to know about vertical separators.
Step 2. Google vertical separators
Step 3. Realize that the world must have been working overtime to put
information on vertical separators onto the net
Step 4. Pick the top couple dozen references, and get an idea of what it is
all about
Step 5. Google associated terms to get a better idea
Step 6. Check out the trade journals in the library and on the net
Step 7. Gather all the information and try to put it together
Step 8. Type your paper and submit it electronically.
Step 9. Realize that your professor wanted a paper on a different type of
separator. Wish you did the old method Step 2 and 3 before you jumped into
it.
Step 10. Find out that your professor checked your paper to make sure you
didn't copy anything from any source on the net before he actually graded
it.
Step 11. Thank your lucky stars that you didn't copy and paste anything
Step 12. Get your grade.

There is a method that won't work all that well:
Step 1. Decide you need to know about vertical separators
Step 2. Ask an imprecise, blanket question on a newsgroup asking for help on
homework without giving evidence that you actually put your own effort into
the adventure


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