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AASHTO M 201 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR MIXING ROOMS, MOIST CABINETS, MOIST ROOMS, AND WATER STORAGE TANKS USED IN THE TESTING OF HYDRAULIC CEMENTS AND CONCRETES Organization: AASHTO
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This specification includes requirements for mixing rooms, where paste and mortar specimens are prepared, and for moist cabinets, moist rooms, and water storage tanks, where paste, mortar, and concrete test specimens are stored.
ASTM C511 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR MIXING ROOMS, MOIST CABINETS, MOIST ROOMS, AND WATER STORAGE TANKS USED IN THE TESTING OF HYDRAULIC CEMENTS AND CONCRETES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2013-12-01
Description: This specification includes requirements for mixing rooms where paste and mortar specimens are prepared; and for moist cabinets, moist rooms, and water storage tanks where paste, mortar, and concrete specimens are stored.
ASHRAE - 4216 - IDENTIFICATION OF MIXING EFFECTS IN STRATIFIED CHILLED-WATER STORAGE TANKS BY ANALYSIS OF TIME SERIES TEMPERATURE DATA Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 1998-01-01
ASTM C511 + REDLINE - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR MIXING ROOMS, MOIST CABINETS, MOIST ROOMS, AND WATER STORAGE TANKS USED IN THE TESTING OF HYDRAULIC CEMENTS AND CONCRETES - INCLUDES STANDARD + REDLINE (PDF) Organization: ASTM
ASTM E2408 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR RELATIVE EXTENSIONAL VISCOSITY OF AGRICULTURAL SPRAY TANK MIXES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2004-10-01
Description: This test method covers the determination of the relative extensional viscosity or Screen Factor (SF) of dilute agricultural spray mixes. The test can be used for tank mixes containing dissolved, emulsified or dispersed materials, or mixtures.
ASTM E1518 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR EVALUATION OF PHYSICAL COMPATIBILITY OF PESTICIDES IN AQUEOUS TANK MIXTURES BY THE DYNAMIC SHAKER METHOD Organization: ASTM
Date: 2005-11-01
Description: This practice may also be adapted to use with liquid fertilizers in replacement of the water diluent. Tank mix compatibility can be affected by many variables.
AWWA M32 - COMPUTER MODELING OF WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS - THIRD EDITION Organization: AWWA
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: The manual has in-depth discussion on • Model construction and development • Field data collection and testing • Model calibration • Steady-state analysis • Extended-period simulation • Water quality analysis • Transient analysis • Tank mixing analysis M32 is designed to help moders use water models as effective tools to plan, design, operate, and improve water quality within their water distribution sytems.
CEN - PREN 12831-3 - HEATING SYSTEMS AND WATER BASED COOLING SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - METHOD FOR CALCULATION OF THE DESIGN HEAT LOAD - PART 3: DOMESTIC HOT WATER SYSTEMS HEAT LOAD AND CHARACTERISATION OF NEEDS Organization: CEN
Date: 2014-10-01
Description: This standard is applicable to the following water storage systems - storage charging systems characterized by a minimised mixing zone, e.g. layer-charging storage tanks or storage tanks with external heat exchangers, and - hot water tanks and storage systems characterized by a distinct mixing zone, e.g. storage systems with internal heat exchangers, and for different uses.
DSF/FPREN 12831-3 - ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS – METHOD FOR CALCULATION OF THE DESIGN HEAT LOAD – PART 3: DOMESTIC HOT WATER SYSTEMS HEAT LOAD AND CHARACTERISATION OF NEEDS, MODULE M8-2, M8-3 Organization: DS
Description: This European Standard is applicable to the following water storage systems: - storage systems characterized by a minimal mixing zone, (such as stratified charging storage tanks or storage tanks with external heat exchangers): these systems are nominated in this standard as "charging storage systems"; - storage tank water heaters and warm water storage tanks with a pronounced mixing zone (such as DHW storage tanks with internal heat exchangers), nominated in this standard as "mixed storage systems"; and for different uses.
CSA B125 - PLUMBING FITTINGS - NINTH EDITION; UPDATE NO 1 Organization: CSA
Date: 2001-11-01
Description: This Standard applies to plumbing supply fittings of NPS-1 nominal size and smaller, plumbing waste fittings of NPS-2 nominal size and smaller, and master thermostatic water-mixing valves of nominal size NPS-4 and smaller. These devices include, but are not limited to, the following:(a) bath and/or shower supply fittings;(b) bidet supply fittings;(c) clothes washer supply fittings;(d) drinking fountain supply fittings;(e) laundry tub supply fittings;(f) lavatory supply fittings;(g) sink supply fittings;(h) water closet tank supply fittings;(i) automatic compensating supply valves (domestic);(j) pressurized flushing devices (eg, flushometer valves, flushometer tanks);(k) humidifier supply stops;(l) sediment and lawn faucets;(m) supply line stops;(n) trap primers;(o) thermal expansion relief valves;(p) bath and shower waste fittings;(q) continuous waste fittings;(r) drinking fountain waste fittings;(s) laundry tub waste fittings;(t) lavatory waste fittings;(u) sink waste fittings;(v) antisiphon fill valves; and(w) master thermostatic water-mixing valves.
ASABE EP409 - SAFETY DEVICES FOR CHEMIGATION Organization: ASABE
Date: 1989-03-01
Description: Three specific hazards to guard against are: (1) an unexpected shutdown of the irrigation pumping plant due to mechanical or electrical failure while it is unattended, causing concentrated chemicals or a mixture of chemicals and water to be drawn into the water supply, (2) an irrigation pumping plant shutdown failure while the injection equipment continues to operate, possibly causing concentrated chemicals or a mixture of water and chemicals to backflow into the water source, and/or cause an undesirably high concentration of chemicals in the irrigation system, and (3) the chemical injection system stopping while the irrigation pump continues to operate, possibly causing water to backflow through the chemical supply tank and overflow chemical onto the ground.
SAE AIR790 - (R) CONSIDERATIONS ON ICE FORMATION IN AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS Organization: SAE
Date: 2006-08-01
Description: Free water can be drained from a fuel tank if low point drain provisions are adequate. Water in solution cannot be removed except by dehydration or by converting it, through temperature reduction, to entrained, then to free water.
ASTM MNL10 - A GUIDE TO THE SAFE HANDLING OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ACCIDENTS - SECOND EDITION Organization: ASTM
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: Bulk shipments are those that equal or exceed 110 gallons liquid (415 liters) or 1000 pounds dry (450 kilograms) measure, such as tank car or tank truck. Package shipments are those that are less than 110 gallons liquid (415 liters) or 1000 pounds dry (450 kilograms) measure per package.
API 45552 - EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT FOR MARKETING AND MARINE DISTRIBUTION WORKERS IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY WITH POTENTIAL EXPOSURE TO GASOLINE Organization: API
Date: 1994-01-01
Description: Submerged filling is preferred because emissions are less than during "splash" filling, which creates air turbulence and splashing that aerosolizes some of the fuel and increases the evaporation rate. The vapors displaced from the tank will be dispersed by mixing with the air moving through the area.
API PUBL 4191 - EFFECTS OF OIL AND CHEMICALLY DISPERSED OIL ON SELECTED MARINE BIOTA — A LABORATORY STUDY Organization: API
Date: 1973-11-01
Description: Two methods were considered for mixing the oil with the seawater in the test bioassays. In the first, oil and water could be mechanically mixed to a degree that a uniform distribution of small oil globules would exist throughout the system.
EPA - 40 CFR PART 455 - PESTICIDE CHEMICALS Organization: EPA
Date: 2014-07-01
Description: (m) Interior wastewater sources means wastewater that is generated from cleaning or rinsing the interior of pesticide formulating, packaging or repackaging equipment; or from rinsing the interior of raw material drums, shipping containers or bulk storage tanks; or cooling water that comes in direct contact with pesticide active ingredients (PAIs) during the formulating, packaging or repackaging process.
CPC - CEMENT MANUFACTURER'S HAN - CEMENT MANUFACTURER'S HANDBOOK Organization: CPC
Date: 1979-04-07
Description: STORAGE AND TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT 32.01 Drum Dryers 32.02 Slurry Pumps 32.03 Bucket Elevators 32.04 Belt Conveyors 32.05 Screw Conveyors 32.06 Water Pumps 32.07 Storage Tanks 32.08 Drag Chains 32.09 Jaw and Gyratory Crushers 32.10 Stacks and Chimneys Part VI.

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