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09/05/2010 3:08 AM

I want a design calulation of 50 m3 hori, tank for hsd storage . Pl advise

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09/05/2010 10:38 PM

Sure. Let's work out the money first.

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09/06/2010 1:42 AM

You can refer any good machine design or mechanical engineering hand book. Relevant data and step by step procedures are given. You can refer the chapter design of pressure vessel.

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09/06/2010 5:46 AM

what diameter tank do you want?

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09/06/2010 11:09 AM

First, please advise what "hsd" stands for?

Secondly, send advance payment to cover initial consulatation and design services. $50K USD should cover it.

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09/07/2010 11:57 AM

In the OP's context, I believe 'hsd' is short for hazardous which should increase your initial fee. I would go no less than $100k USD.

I mean... sure, 50 cubic meters capacity is not all that much, but horizontal storage of hazardous material is a lot more complicated than vertical storage… more exposed surface area you know.

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09/07/2010 12:18 PM

Javahead, perhaps you're correct in that I should "up" my consultation fee considerably, since the word "hazardous" may have possibly crepted into the overall picture. Since it may involve storage of hazardous materials I believe a $250K initial engineering fee deposited in my Swiss bank account is warranted, especially to cover Hazmat insurance, and other unforeseen factors. In light of that this fellow, the OP, is located outside the USA, then I feel that payment for the remaining engineering fees will be required at the 50% Complete Design Phase line....I don't plan on being stiffed by no body, if you know what I mean.

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