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In order to design an effective mini air compressor, the pumping capacity must be considered in advance. The designed mini air compressor must also be cost effective, portable, lightweight, easy to operate, and safe for use.
A mini air compressor is a small device that can be used easily and moved from one place to another with ease. According to the requirements of a mini air compressor, it should be lightweight. A mini air compressor is small in size and making it light weight enhances its portability too. The compressed air is also expected to be released at a higher speed. As a result, the air requires adequate compression so that it is released at the intended speed. The time required to use the mini air compression is also shorter because it is used in filling air gadgets that requires low quantities of air, for instance, a flat tyre, air mattresses, and beach balls among others (Jacobs 2010).
One needs to understand the pressure that is required to be generated by the air compressor. One measures the pressure within one of the car tires using the air pressure gauge stored within the car’s glovebox. The value you acquire from the gauge is 29psi. Convert it to a more convenient unit for pressure measurements as follows:
A mini air compressor does not require any specialized skills to use. When designing the gadget, simple and easy to understand technology must be used to ensure it is easy to operate. The designed product must also be safe to use because safety of users is a basic quality assurance requirements. A sizeable gadget is also advisable because it should be portable and its cost needs to be reasonable and affordable. Designing a small gadget will require slightly small amounts of funds to implement. This translates to reasonable costs of the material (Jacobs 2010).
Designing a gadget like a mini air compressor applies high-tech knowledge. However,
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The calculations performed in Appendix One will include the number of egress points and the maximum occupancy calculations for a structure. The calculations in Appendix Two will review smoke control calculations. Appendix Three will explore the external fire spread calculations and constants.
Though the architectural requirements are taken for consideration, this does not take in the other parameters like the overall appeal and the personal design preferences on the look of the structure from the client. The engineering aspects alone are considered in this report.
Also, the different, material combinations that exist in the selection of a car port is also included here. Finally the engineering of the car port system and the inputs required for this exercise like preparing a bending moment and shear force diagrams are also presently.
Normally, line graph is used to present discharge in over time and a bar graph is usually used to plot rainfall with time. There are factors that control the shapes of a hydrograph. Weyman. (1975) included in his statement that the different shapes are shown in a hydrograph and the main components are labelled accordingly.
As a matter of fact, the majority of disasters are somehow related to water. Floods, storms, hails, tsunamis, rise in the water of oceans and a host of other global events are brought about through the destructive action of water. This project composes the discussion on the studies that have been made in the conduct of rivers, particularly on the use of storm hydrographs.
In real storm events, flow of water is constantly changing as floodwater is stored out of the river and return to its original level as water subsides. The prediction of the behavior of water in the environment is more complex. The run-off generated by rainstorm will depend on the soil type.
Weyman. (1975) concluded that the different shapes are shown and the main components are labelled accordingly. Peak rainfall and peak discharge are two different graphs. Lag time is the term for the difference betseen the peak rainfall from the peak discharge.
It is fascinating to note that the birth of civilizations came about in riversides. From the Nile River in Egypt to the Yangtze River in China, settlements began to be established by reason of sustainability. Rivers brought forth the creation of floodplains through the erosion of sediments from higher elevations and their deposition in the river's vicinity forming a fertile area suitable for agriculture.