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Identifying components

Identifying components

Identifying components

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Hi everyone! I am doing a work about producing steel and wonder if anyone could help me figure some things out. (I have put a printscreen attached in this post)
I need to know what engines are those nearby the yellow percentage rectangles and I also need to know what those yellow percentage rectangles refer to.
Another thing, what is the interest of measuring Nm3/h? Isn't that Force*Flow?
Would be very grateful if someone could help me handling these questions.

RE: Identifying components

Miguel....you posted in the wrong forum. Try one of the mechanical engineering forums. This one is for concrete discussions.

RE: Identifying components

they appear to be valves and percentage of valve opening

RE: Identifying components

Good to see you are okay Ron!

RE: Identifying components

Thanks,BigH....No damage at our place, just debris. Neighbor has structural damage and numerous trees down....onward to cleanup! We got power back yesterday, so not bad overall.

RE: Identifying components

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Mike McCann, PE, SE (WA)


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