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daniel iordache
daniel iordache
06:37 May-05-2004
oil storage tank -evaluation

hello.
does anyone know how to evaluate laminations that where found in first course of 30000 bls oil storage tank .

subject oil storage tank -30000 bls

first course content 12 plates-

for each one at ut survey have been found 7-20 areas affected by lamination wide fro 20 x20mm to 800 x 500mm at depthes from 5 to 10 mm - nominal thickness is 14-15mm.

is rejected or accepted
-i will send the original report

thanks daniel



 
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Luis Alca
Luis Alca
03:15 Jun-06-2005
Re: oil storage tank -evaluation
Hello:
I'm working in a thermoelectrical plant and we are involved in the maintenance of the oil storage tanks, your question is very interesting for me because that problem is not very know here, however our plant has 40 years old and I think maybe we have those problems.
I think is very late to answer your question but we would be very happy if you can send us the report.
Thanks Luis!!

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: hello.
: does anyone know how to evaluate laminations that where found in first course of 30000 bls oil storage tank .
: subject oil storage tank -30000 bls
: first course content 12 plates-
: for each one at ut survey have been found 7-20 areas affected by lamination wide fro 20 x20mm to 800 x 500mm at depthes from 5 to 10 mm - nominal thickness is 14-15mm.
: is rejected or accepted
: -i will send the original report
: thanks daniel
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
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abuzeid
abuzeid
02:00 Aug-24-2006
Re: oil storage tank -evaluation
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: hello.
: I need to send me acopy of the methods of oil storage tank maintenance
thanks


 
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