Wastewater Management

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 Industrial Wastewater Management  Guide
 Decentralized Wastewater Management  Paper
 Sustainable Wastewater Management  Handbook
 Creative Community Design and Wastewater Management  Report
 Financing Wastewater Management  Book Chapter
 Urban Wastewater Management  Paper
 On-Site Wastewater Management  Guide
 Handbook on Wastewater Management for Local Representatives Handbook
 Introduction to Wastewater Management Book Chapter
 Sanitation and Urban Wastewater Management Book Chapter
 Wastewater Systems – Augmentation Handbook Handbook
 Planning and Commissioning Wastewater Treatment Plants Manual  

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 Home Water Treatment  Paper
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 Granular Bed Water Filters  Paper
 4-Stage Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System  Manual

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 Designing a Water Purification System for a Developing Community in Algeria  Paper
 A simple high efficiency solar water purification system  Paper
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 Purification of Brackish Water using Hybrid CDI-EDI Technology  Paper
 Water Purification Handout
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 Water Supply Affloat  Book Chapter
 Water Supply Systems and Evaluation Methods  Handbook
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 Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal Manual  Manual
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 Emergency Water Supply Planning Guide for Hospitals and Health Care Facilities  Guide
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 Water Treatment Mathematical Formula  Notes
 Primer for Municipal Wastewater Treatment Systems  Paper
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 Electrodialysis Treatment of Surface and Waste Waters  Paper
 Advanced Waste Water Treatment  Lab Module
 A Guide to Drinking Water Treatment Technologies for Household Use Guide
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 The Use of Phosphates For Potable Water Treatment  Paper
 Water Supply, Water Treatment Manual
 Planning and Commissioning Wastewater Treatment Plants Handbook

Programmable Logic Controllers and Industrial Automation book (PLC book)

Programmable Logic Controllers and Industrial Automation book (PLC book)
PENRAM Publishing
Author: Madhuchhanda Mitra
Samarjit Sen Gupta


I Introduction

What Is A PLC
Technical Definition Of PLC
What Are Its Advantages
Characteristic Functions Of A PLC
Chronological Evolution Of PLC
Types Of PLC
Block Diagram Of PLC
Processor Software / Executive Software
Ladder Language


Input And Output Contact Program Symbols
Numbering System Of Inputs And Outputs
Program Format
Introduction To Logic
Ladder Design
Solved Problems
Solved Problems


Timer And Its Classification
Characteristics Of PLC Timer
Classification Of PLC Timer
On Delay And Off Delay Timers
Timer-On Delay
Timer Off Delay
Retentive And Non-Retentive Timers
Format of a Timer Instruction
Solved Problems
PLC Counter
Operation Of PLC Counter
Counter Parameters
Counter Instructions Overview
Solved Problem


Comparison Instructions
Discussions On Comparison Instructions
Solved Examples
Addressing Data Files
Format Of Logical Address
Addressing Format For Micrologic System
Different Addressing Types
Data Movement Instructions
Logical Instructions
Solved Problems
Mathematical Instructions
Solved Problems
Special Mathematical Instructions
Data Handling Instructions
Program Flow Control Instructions
Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) Instruction


Classification Of I/O
I/O System Overview
Practical I/O System And Its Mapping
Addressing Local And Expansion I/O
Input-Output Systems
Sinking And Sourcing
Discrete Input Module
Specifications Of Discrete Input Module
Discrete Output Modules
Operating Principles Of Output Modules
Specification Of Discrete Ouput Module
Sourcing And Sinking Output Module
Advantages And Disadvantages Of Output Modules
Specifications Of Analog Input Module
Types Of Analog Input Module
Special Input Modules
Analog Output Module
I/O Modules In Hazaradous Locations
Power Supply Requirements
Power Supply Configuration
Power Line Conditioner
Full Wave Bridge Rectifier


Evolution Of Industrial Control Process
Types Of Communication Interface
Types Of Networking Channels
Parallel Communication Interface
Serial Communication Interface
Balanced And Unbalanced Systems
Communication Mode
Synchronization And Timing In Communication
Synchronous And Asynchronous Transmissions Compared
Standard Interface
Serial Interface RS 232C
Serial Interface RS 422
Serial Interface EIA 485
Different Recommended Standards Compared
Software Protocol
Industrial Network
Network Topology
Media Access Methods
Open System Interconnection (OSI) Network Model
Network Components
Control Network Issues
Advantage Of Standardized Industrial Network
Industrial Network
Bus Network
Device Bus Network Vs. Process Bus Network
Controller Area Network (CAN)
Proprietory Network
Smart Distributed System
Interbus – S
Seriplex Bit-Wide Device Bus Network
AS-I Interface
Application Of Profibus For Real PLC Communication


Utility Of Automation
General Structure Of An Automated Process
Examples Of Some Simple Automated Systems
Selection Of PLC

Available   at     : PENRAM

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How To Troubleshoot With A PLC

How To Troubleshoot With A PLC

Neal Babcock,
How to Diagnosis and Correct Problems with RSLogix 500 and RSLogix 5000

Pub Year : 2009

With “How To Troubleshoot With A PLC”:

• You will learn how to SAFELY make changes to a system without overriding machine safety or personnel safety programming.
• You will understand the value of backing up the program, so that the machine can be restored to “as it was” condition
• You learn how to make temporary changes to a program to test new components or ideas
• You have to know how to QUICKLY get an idea of where the problems exists
• Provides you with more than enough “PLC basics” to get you going

“How To Troubleshoot With A PLC” removes the barriers that keep you from going online with a PLC system and correcting the problem.


PLCs – The Programmable Controller
The Allen-Bradley SLC Family of PLCs
SLC Rack
SLC Power Supply
SLC Processors
SLC I/O Modules
RSLogix 500 Ladder Logic
The Dialect of SLC PLCs
Connecting To The SLC And Going Online
The Allen-Bradley Family of ControlLogix PLCs
RSLogix 5000 Software
Getting The RSLogix 5000 Software
RSLogix 5000 Ladder Logic
Connecting To The ControlLogix PLC And Going Online
The Overall Method
Developing A Clear Goal And A Concise Plan
The 6 Steps to Creating a Clear Goal
The 6 Steps to Developing a Concise Plan
Troubleshooting And Diagnosing Existing Equipment
The Automated Drill Press
Evaluate the Symptoms
Troubleshooting the Logic
Searching the Program
Upgrading An Existing Machine With New Components Or Programming
The Automated Batching System
Know How to Get Back to Where You Started
Always Know How To Return A Program To Its Original State.
Modifying an Existing or Enhancing a Program
Confirming That The System Is Running Properly
What If You Don’t Have The Exact Replacement Part?
Troubleshooting With RSLogix 5000
Finding The Problem
Investigating An Analog Input
Tracking Down Intermittent Problems
Modifying A Program To Trap Faults With The Automation Controller
Accepting Rung Edits In RSLogix 5000
Forcing an Output
You Have Found The Problem – What Are The Options?
Troubleshooting Tips

Available   at     : Modern Media

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Automating with SIMATIC S7-1200

Automating with SIMATIC S7-1200

Hardware Components, Programming with STEP 7 Basic in LAD and FBD, Visualization with HMI Basic Panels


Introduction into STEP 7 Basic and into project handling
• Hardware components S7-1200
• Device configuration and network planning
• Operating conditions and running the user program
• Programming in LAD and FBD
• Variables and data types
• Description of all program functions
• Online operation, program test and diagnosis
• Communication via PROFINET and point-to-point connection
• Visualization with HMI basic panels

Available   at     : PUBLICIS

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Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems – Plumbing Systems and Design

Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems
Plumbing Systems and Design 22006; Vol. 5: No. 1
by Anon

This continuing education article on medical gas and vacuum systems begins with a system designer?s checklist, tailored to help meet specific client needs and with steps for new construction and for additions to existing facilities. A primary consideration is to locate and count the number of inlet/outlets (stations). Codes do not mandate the number to be provided. Guidance is available in American Institute of Architects, National Fire Protection Association, and ASPE publications. Flow rates are dealt with next. Flow rates and diversity factors vary for individual stations in each medical gas system, and system use also varies as a function of several factors. Tables present outlet rating charts for medical gas-vacuum piping systems to assist in calculations. Medical-gas stations are often included along with other services in patient head-wall systems. These are sometimes the provenience of the plumbing engineer and sometimes included in other sections of the specifications. Other types of medical gas dispensing equipment include special ceiling-mounted medical gas outlets and high-pressure nitrogen dispensing equipment, often used to power surgical tools and other support equipment. An example detailing ceiling outlets, surgical ceiling columns, surgical gas tracks, and articulating ceiling-service centers used to supply medical gas to surgery rooms is presented. Medical gas storage is the last major topic. The designer must determine storage capacity, pipe sizing, and location(s) for the source. Sources for oxygen, nitrous oxide, and medical compressed air have unique characteristics, and each of these gases is detailed separately as regards storage. Each system consists of primary and reserve storage. Oxygen may be sourced in a bulk system or a cylinder-manifold-supply system. Each has special considerations. Nitrous oxide is most generally sourced in a cylinder-manifold system, with many of the same consideration as for oxygen cylinder-manifold supply. System demands for nitrous oxide can be more difficult to calculate. In addition to a high-pressure cylinder-manifold system, medical compressed air may be generated on site from atmospheric air with a special compressor system. Compressor types designed specifically for use in medical applications include the reciprocating and rotary screw (positive-displacement) types and the centrifugal (dynamic) type. These compressor types are rated differently; equations and conversion factors are presented so that more direct comparisons among them can be made.

Available  at   : ASPE Publications

Designing Combined Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems – Plumbing Systems and Design

Designing Combined Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems.
Plumbing Systems and Design 22006; Vol. 5: No. 1
by Roy, Matthew

Combination standpipe and sprinkler systems are commonplace in most multi-occupant residential and commercial buildings. In these and other light and ordinary hazard occupancies, National Fire Protection Association, NFPA, standards allow the combined system to share the same piping, with the result of reduced installation costs and system maintenance requirements without compromised reliability. When used together in the past, the applicable standards, NFPA 13 (the standard for sprinkler system installation) and NFPA 14 (the standard for standpipe and hose system installation), produced system designs with conflicts and inconsistencies. The author believes that the most recent versions of the standards work well together when applied to light and ordinary hazard class buildings. Based on assumptions regarding local code requirements and use of the pipe method schedule of design, this article discusses how to employ both NFPA 13 and NFPA 14 in the design of light or ordinary duty combination standpipe and sprinkler systems. The author first presents approaches to design found in the individual standards, concluding that the two closely agree regarding calculation of water supply requirements. He presents an eight-step procedure for designing a combined system and provides an example using a 10-floor multi-usage residential and commercial building.

Available  at   : ASPE Publications