Plant Engineer's Reference Book

Plant Engineer's Reference Book

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* Useful to engineers in any industry * Extensive references provided throughout * Comprehensive range of topics covered * Written with practical situations in mind A plant engineer is responsible for a wide range of industrial activities, and may work in any industry. The breadth of knowledge required by such professionals is so wide that previous books addressing plant engineering have either been limited to certain subjects or cursory in their treatment of topics. The Plant Engineer's Reference Book is the first volume to offer complete coverage of subjects of interest to the plant engineer. This reference work provides a primary source of information for the plant engineer. Subjects include selection of a suitable site for a factory and provision of basic facilities (including boilers, electrical systems, water, HVAC systems, pumping systems and floors and finishes). Detailed chapters deal with basic issues such as lubrication, corrosion, energy conservation, maintenance and materials handling as well as environmental considerations, insurance matters and financial concerns. The authors chosen to contribute to the book are experts in their various fields. The Editor has experience of a wide range of operations in the UK, other European countries, the USA, and elsewhere in the world. Produced with the backing of the Institution of Plant Engineers, this work is the primary source of information for plant engineers in any industry worldwide.21.4.2 Minimum oil In a minimum oil circuit breaker only the arc control device is enclosed within an oil-filled housing. This housing is supported ... Capital cost 2. Physical size 21.4.4 Sulphur hexafluoride gas (SF6) Sulphur hexafluoride gas ( SF6) has a high ... Low maintenance 3. Size and few ... In metal-enclosed assemblies the equipment is contained within an earthed metal enclosure. In metal-cladanbsp;...


Title:Plant Engineer's Reference Book
Author:DENNIS A SNOW
Publisher:Elsevier - 2013-10-22
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