tank bottom

tank bottom

[′taŋk ‚bäd·əm]
(chemical engineering)
The liquid material in a tank below the level of the outlet pipe; often a mixture of the stored liquid with rust and other sediment.
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Tenders are invited for charges for incineration of sludge at bpcl dkn the below scope of work supercedes the above: scope of work: charges for disposal of tank bottom sludge (petroleum) through incineration process as per kspcb norms.
Invented by Glenn Shreffler, executive VP of engineering for MATCOR, the SPLSandAnode is the only impressed current linear anode designed specifically for tank bottom replacement projects.
Sedimentation accumulation due to solids settling on the tank bottom can result in agitator bogging; and scale formation often causes increased sedimentation buildup, due to solids being "glued" together into large lumps by precipitates.
Remaining debris in tank bottom obstructs the flapper seal
Some of the advanced and conventional NDT services provided by Axis are: Automated High Temperature Ultrasonic Corrosion Mapping, Time-of-flight diffraction (TOFD), Phased Array, Acoustic Emission, Long Range Ultrasonic Testing (LRUT), Small range Ultrasonic Testing (SRUT), Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) Tank Bottom Floor Testing, Exchanger Tube Inspection (ECT/RFT/MFL/IRIS), Boroscopic Inspection, Positive Material Identification, Vaccum Box Testing, Conventional Radiography Testing, Digital Radiography Testing, Magnetic Particle Testing, Ultrasonic Testing, Penetrant Testing, etc.
The range has also been used successfully on vertical and horizontal bead mills, solvent recovery, tank bottom recirculation, heat transfer supply, enhanced oil recovery as well as crude and hot oil transfer.
Models A and B (Figs 4 to 6) were modelled from part of the tank bottom.
The leak has the potential to clog ventilation channels, undermining the ability to moderate the heat in the tank and leading to greater corrosion of the tank bottom.
This type of impeller generates a radial flow, a stream impinging from the blade is directed horizontally to the vessel wall and divided into two flows: one downward to the tank bottom and redirected vertically to the impeller, the other upward to the free surface of liquid and going along the impeller shaft forming then two recirculation loops.
In the morning the tank will have started to ferment, pushing skins to the top of the manhole, resulting in the tank bottom looking like Humpty Dumpty.
In contrast to welded arrangements, the Type 2033 tank bottom valve highlights another area of Burkert expertise, the solid machined block.
A few days later I noticed the bream hanging head downwards, slowly sinking towards the tank bottom and thought it was dying from the infection.