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NOCO PUMPS

Course Number: EE EE 587, Spring 2011

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NOCO 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 114 PRODUCT EMPTY ETHANOL ETHANOL EMPTY 93 NL 93 NL 93 NL DRX-7 ADDITIVE DRX-7 ADDITIVE 87 NL 87 NL 87 NL 87 NL 87 NL 87 NL TOSCO ADD. TOSCO ADD. VAPOR VAPOR VAPOR HALSO WATER WATER DISCONNECTED 3-4DCBF SUN PIPELINE/ULSD LOCATION NOCO 1-112 LOADING NOCO 1-112/113 UNLOADING NOCO 1-112/113 LOADING NOCO 1-113 UNLOADING NOCO 1-114 TANK NOCO...

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1 1 NOCO 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 114 PRODUCT EMPTY ETHANOL ETHANOL EMPTY 93 NL 93 NL 93 NL DRX-7 ADDITIVE DRX-7 ADDITIVE 87 NL 87 NL 87 NL 87 NL 87 NL 87 NL TOSCO ADD. TOSCO ADD. VAPOR VAPOR VAPOR HALSO WATER WATER DISCONNECTED 3-4DCBF SUN PIPELINE/ULSD LOCATION NOCO 1-112 LOADING NOCO 1-112/113 UNLOADING NOCO 1-112/113 LOADING NOCO 1-113 UNLOADING NOCO 1-114 TANK NOCO 1-114 TANK NOCO 1 PUMP 0FF# 1 - 114 TANK NOCO 1-118 TANK NOCO 1-118 TANK NOCO 1-119 TANK NOCO 1-119 TANK NOCO 1-120 TANK NOCO 1-120 TANK NOCO 1 PUMP 0FF# 2 - 119 TANK NOCO 1 PUMP 0FF# 3 - 120 TANK NOCO 1-303 TANK NOCO 1-303 TANK NOCO VAPOR RECOVERY NOCO VAPOR RECOVERY SUPPLY NOCO VAPOR RECOVERY RETURN NOCO 1 PUMP OFF NOCO 1- FOAM HOUSE NOCO 1- FOAM HOUSE BOOSTER PUMP INFRONT OF 112 TANK NOCO 1 PUMP OFF SUN PIPELINE RAILSIDE PUMP MFR. MARLOW (4X3) GORMAN-RUPP GOULDS (4X3) BLACKMER (3X3) SIHI PUMP(4X3) GORMAN RUPP (4X3) GORMAN-RUPP MAGDRIVE/VIKING MAGDRIVE/VIKING MARLOW (5X4) INGERSOL RAND MARLOW (5X4) INGERSOL RAND GORMAN-RUPP INGERSOL RAND MAGDRIVE/VIKING MAGDRIVE/VIKING BUSCH FLOWSERVE FLOWSERVE BLACKMER ALLIS CHALMERS JACUZZI BLACKMER BLACKMER BLACKMER SERIAL # 1408823N 751F450 2935521 929845 1338626N V216913 V216914 885854B 893139 1338626N V330692 V713651 NO: CO642000825 1106-2049 A 1106-2049 B 39779F 871-80751-01-01 91322487 39779F 831754 MODEL # RS2A31-BAR 3196 GX3C ZTN4 8016/165 63E32-B RS2A31-BAR 03-00058 03-00058 MOTOR MFR. DUTY MASTER WEG RELIANCE ELECTRIC US ELECTRIC US ELECTRIC US ELECTRIC WEG US ELECTRIC US ELECTRIC AJAX BALDOR WEG INGERSOLL RAND MARATHON MARATHON WEG WESTINGHOUSE WESTINGHOUSE GENERAL ELECTRIC US ELECTRIC GENERAL ELECTRIC GENERAL ELECTRIC WESTINGHOUSE MOTOR SERIAL # /MODEL # P21E689A 00518XP3E184T P2500581-9 F-6028-01-833 766050V01U296R046M 766050V11U234R033M 00718XP3E213T R-7508-00-087S 681497 / Y03Y0320171R-1 XP-10-215T SPEC:10F22765 NO:A083235 00718XP3E213T UV3290776 / 5K4286C2-1R1 7A145TTGN4049AA-P 7A145TTGN4049AA-P 06036XP3E364TS KR006A303002 KR006A303003 5K215CN2035AP 9420/P07P097R063R-4 5K38PN47 5K215CN2035AP CU0093602001 RS2A31-BAR A-0961-5706 03-00070 03-00070 TYPE:AC 1000 F MZ6 XXXX MK3-STD MK3-STD TYPE: 8000 1N418-9/T/A GX4A HXL6G H.P. 7.5 5 5 30 30 7.5 2 2 20 40 10 30 7.5 20 2 2 60 5.63 5.63 10 60 1 10 10 40 VOLT. 220/240 208/230 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 220/440 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 AMP. 19.8/9.9 14.3-13.0 44.6/22.3 14.5/7.5 73/36.5 73/36.5 19/9.5 51/25.5 94.4/47.2 26/13 74/37 19/9.5 52.2/26.1 138/69 17.7?8.85 17.7/8.85 26.2/13.1 26.2/13.1 26/13 89.4/44.7 RPM 3515 1750 3525 1725 3520 3520 1765 1735 1735 3500 1775 1725 1760 1765 1760 1735 1735 3555 3500 3500 1740 1780 3450 1740 725 1770 FRAME 215 184T 256T 184T 286TS 286TS 213T 145TE 145TE 256T TE 324T TE 215T 286T 213T 286VC 145TC 145TC 364/5TSC 213T 213T 215T 364TS DP 56C 215T 215T 324T EFF. (%) NEMA/ GARENTEED 87.3 91.7 86.5 86.5 93.6 87.5 90.2 93.6 EFF. (%) NEMA/ GARENTEED 91.7 89.5 91.7/90.2 93.6 92.4 92.4/92.4 87.5 91 82.4 90.2 93.6 88.5 67 RUNTIME NOT IN USE UNKNOWN UNKNOWN NOT IN USE 1/2 HR/DAY 1/2 HR/DAY 1/2 HR/DAY 2 HR/DAY 2 HR/DAY 1 HR/DAY 1 HR/DAY 1 HR/DAY 1 HR/DAY 1 HR/DAY 1 HR/DAY 1/2 HR/DAY 1/2 HR/DAY 6 HR/DAY 6 HR/DAY 6 HR/DAY NOT IN USE ONCE/YEAR ONCE/YEAR NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE MISC IMP DIA. 9 IMP DIA. 7.125 IMP. DIA. 7.5" IMP. DIA. 12.70" Gear Box S/N 800935733100 LAST UPDATED 6/2/2008 6/7/2009 6/7/2009 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 7/1/2009 NOCO 2 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 #2 FUEL OIL #2 FUEL OIL #2 FUEL OIL 93 NL DISCONNECTED 6 OIL/ASPHALT 6 OIL/ASPHALT 6 OIL/ASPHALT 6 OIL/ASPHALT 6 OIL/ASPHALT 6 OIL/ASPHALT JET A JET A ULSD #2 ULSD #2 ULSD #1 RED DYE COLD FLOW COLD FLOW ULSD #1 ULSD #2 EMPTY ENHANCER ENHANCER LUBRICITY LUBRICITY ULSD #2 CIRRCULATING PUMP #2 FUEL OIL CIRRCULATING PUMP LOCATION 102 TANK LOADING 102 TANK LOADING 212 TANK LOADING 101 TANK LOADING NEXT TO 210 TANK 107 TANK 107 TANK 126 TANK 126 TANK 10X8X15 126 TANK/TRANSFERS 126 TANK 211 TANK 211 TANK 216/214 TANK 216/214 TANK LOADING 213 TANK LOADING NOCO 2 RACK 218 TANK 218 TANK UNLOADING #2 UNLOADING 210 TANK 217 TANK 217 TANK 220 TANK 220 TANK BETWEEN NOCO 2 AND 210 TANK BETWEEN NOCO 2 AND 210 TANK PUMP MFR. GORMAN RUPP GORMAN RUPP FLOWSERVE FLOWSERVE INGERSOLL RAND VIKING PLENTY MIXER MARLOW (5X4) INGERSOL DRESSER WORTHINGTON PLENTY MIXER INGERSOL DRESSER INGERSOL RAND INGERSOL RAND INGERSOL RAND INGERSOL RAND VIKING VIKING (MAG DRIVE 1X1) MAGDRIVE/VIKING BLACKMER BLACKMER 4X4 PLENTY MIXER VIKING (MAG DRIVE 1X1) VIKING (MAG DRIVE 1X1) VIKING (MAG DRIVE .75X.75) VIKING (MAG DRIVE .75X.75) FLOWSERVE FLOWSERVE SERIAL # 1096165 1023242 1203-3937 0904-6015 889642-A 11942607 83580012-11 0599-3665 750953 662170-5 0599-3660 868115 30-868063 V2286222 V286225 607644-AB 83320624-5 V290857 773075 V216915 V216915 456356-DY 456355-DY MODEL # 65A32-B 65A32-B MK3-STD MK3-STD QS226A 26P-60-TM-25HP 4XSL-9 (HOC 3 6X4X13) D1012 28P-60TM30HP (HOC 3 4X3X13) XN215TG5308AAW (HOC 2 4X3X10) TYPE: 4RVL-20, MODEL A (HOC 2 6X4X10) 03-00074 03-00074 GX3P GXS4A 18P-45-TM 03-00060 03-00050 03-00058 03-00058 MOTOR MFR. MARATHON US ELECTRIC US ELECTRIC EMERSON US ELECTRIC BALDOR WEG US ELECTRIC US ELECTRIC PACEMAKER BALDOR US ELECTRIC MARATHON SIEMENS SIEMENS SIEMENS BALDOR BALDOR BALDOR BALDOR RELIANCE BALDOR MARATHON MARATHON MARATHON MARATHON RELIANCE RELIANCE MOTOR SERIAL # /MODEL # 310724 / 1B364UTGS26AA ID# BO9-7708-M G06-AF97-M ID# H09-AG07-H / MOD: AG07 681497 / Y03Y0320171R-2 C0604250187 MOD# 02518XP3E284T ID# 7706E / X12X277R169R-2 ID# B08-650019-M MODEL: 19403P E-2 NO: L AJ877056 C05-G 500 22-M 71910 / XN 215TCS308AA W 1MJ02864XE41 / TYPE: RGZZESD TYPE: RGZZFEAD C97T0163 / TYPE: RGZZESD F0705100947 S AG 193 488 / SPEC: M36N20-1868 S AG 193 491 / SPEC: M36N20-1868 F0410263025 F0601093325 G0C-56T17G5305B EOF-56T17615524A-P DOF-56T17G15520A-P DOF-56T17G15520A-P P18G1144B-OW P18G1144B-PW H.P. 40 40 20 40 40 30 25 40 40 150 30 25 7.5 30 20 30 2 2 10 15 7.5 1 1 0.5 0.5 3 3 VOLT. 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 113/230 190/380 190/380 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 AMP. 104/52 94.2/47.4 49/24.4 93/47 94.4/47.2 72/36 65.5/29.1 98/49 95/47.5 174/87 72/36 59.6/29.8 20/10 52/36 13/6.5 7.6/3.8 7.6/3.8 27/13.5 40/20 20.4/10.2 3.6/1.8 2.4/1.2 2.4/1.2 9.2/4.6 9.2/4.6 RPM 1780 1775 1770 3545 1775 1770 1760 3540 1775 1775 1770 1760 3505 1765 1760 1750 1725 1425 1425 1770 1760 1760 1425 1730 1725 1725 1730 1730 FRAME 364U 324T 256T 324TS 324T TF 286TC 284T 324TS, TE 324T 445T 286T 284T 215 286T 286UC 256T 56C 182TC 182TC 215T 254T 213T 56C-68 56C-68 X180TC X180TC 85.5 78.5 78.5 RUNTIME 1/2 HR/DAY 1/2 HR/DAY 1/2 HR/DAY 1 HR/MONTH NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE ONCE/5YEARS 8 HR/YEAR NOT IN USE NOT IN USE 1.5 HR/DAY 1.5 HR/DAY 1/2 HR/DAY 20 MIN/DAY 1/2 HR/DAY 1/2 HR/DAY 20 MIN/DAY 1 HR/DAY NOT IN USE 1/2 HR/DAY 1/2 HR/DAY 1.5 HR/DAY 1.5 HR/DAY 1.5 HR/DAY 1.5 HR/DAY MISC SHAFT END BEARING: SKF631222J SHAFT END BEARING: 6311-JC3 SHAFT END BEARING: 6311-JC3 RATIO 577 LAST UPDATED 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 NOCO 3 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 ASPHALT ASPHALT ASPHALT ASPHALT ASPHALT ASPHALT ASPHALT MIST ELIMINATOR NO. 6 OIL NO. 6 OIL NO. 6 OIL NO. 6 OIL / ASHPALT NO. 6 OIL / WASTE OIL RL2000 WATER NO. 2 FUEL OIL NO. 2 FUEL OIL ASPHALT ADDITIVE THERM. FLUID LOCATION TANK 130- CIRC. PUMP TANK 215- CIRC. PUMP ASPHALT LOADING A ASPHALT LOADING B ASPHALT LOADING C 5x4 ASPHALT UNLOADING 8x8 ASPHALT UNLOADING ASHPALT LOADING TANK 122 MIXER TANK 125 MIXER TANK 122 TANK 128 MIXER TANK 127 MIXER TANK 129 MIXER #6 OIL PIT WATER PUMP TANK 102 PUMP OFF TANK 102 PUMP OFF ASHPALT ADDITIVE INJECTOR HOT OIL BOOSTER PUMP PUMP MFR. VIKING LEISTRITZ 6X6 LEISTRITZ IMO IMO LEISTRITZ NEW YORK BLOWER CO. MIX MOR MIX MOR BLACKMER MIX MOR MIX MOR BURHANS-SHARPE MARLOW BLACKMER 2X2 4X4 MARLOW 4X3 VIKING DICKOW PUMPEN SERIAL # 10893880 MODEL # N34 A 0359-5875 MOTOR MFR. SEW EURODRIVE RELIANCE RELIANCE EMERSON RELIANCE RELIANCE BALDOR MOTOR SERIAL # /MODEL # TYPE DFV180L4-KS ID# 6190875-GE ID# 6347101-CF CAT#H60P2B / AT44 ID# P36G0632C ID# 5973352-HD CAT# M2394T 102136-000 101879 V08611 100 104030-1 104031-1 67451G 101086-1 101086-2 29939-6 20EVP 22731 C324 AEFY-412 C324 AEFY-350 AEFY-350 HV-10 HV-15 HXL6C NV-10 HV-10 7.5SE7S-10 CXS4A FH724 KG (6X4) NCL5 100/320 BALDOR US ELECTRIC US ELECTRIC BALDOR NO: L AD74590/SERIAL: 996C ID# F-A440-00-088 K299R029 ID# F-A440-00-025 37R15262 H.P. 30 50 60 60 60 55 60 15 10 10 40 10 10 7.5 1 30 20 0.3 30 VOLT. 230/460 460 460 230/460 460 230/460 230/460 AMP. 74/37 68 68 136/68 61 136/68 34/17 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 93/46.5 25.4/12.2 25.4/12.7 21/10.5 RPM 1760 1770 1780 1780 1785 1800 1780 3480 1150 1150 1760 1170 1170 1725 2850 1760 3500 1145 1755 FRAME 326VCZ 364T 364T 364T 365T 364T 254T 256T 256T 324T 256T 256T 213TC G564 284T 256JP TE 36C 286T EFF. (%) NEMA/ GARENTEED 95/94.5 95/94.1 95/94.5 90.2 RUNTIME 8 HR/YEAR 8 HR/YEAR 1/2 HR/DAY 15 MIN/DAY 2 HR/DAY 1/2 HR/DAY 1/2 HR/DAY 2 HR/DAY 6 HR/WEEK 3 HR/WEEK NOT IN USE 8 HR/YEAR NOT IN USE 1/2 HR/WEEK 1 HR/WEEK DOESN'T WORK 5 MIN/DAY NOT IN USE MISC IN-1760, OUT-254 RUNS CONSTANT DURING SUMMER 2008 ALUMINUM PHILADELPHIA S32730 GEARBOX LAST UPDATED 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 90.2/84.0 90.2/84 US ELECTRIC US ELECTRIC GENERAL ELECTRIC ID# 950206-135 / K3420432 5K286CC205P 230/460 230/460 230/460 51/25.5 70/35 HEATER ROOM 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 BIG RED CIRCULATING NO. 6 OIL NO. 6 OIL NO. 6 OIL NO. 6 OIL THERMAL FLUID THERMAL FLUID FUEL FEED (B) FUEL FEED (A) VFD FAN MOTOR LOCATION 3X4X10 NEXT TO BURNER 8X8 LOADING 8X8 LOADING/CIRCULATING UNLOADING 6X5 UNLOADING 4X3 4X3 2X2 HEATER ROOM OIL SKID 2X2 HEATER ROOM OIL SKID TOP OF BURNER PUMP MFR. DEAN BROTHERS ROPER ROPER VIKING IMO SIHI SIHI TUTHILL TUTHILL SERIAL # 161817 E24121 G-44622 11909215 A324AX 25925 25926 MODEL # RA3146 Q4126A A3D H118 ZTNY-6520 20209102210 20209102210 MOTOR MFR. EMERSON WESTINGHOUSE DELCO RELIANCE TAMPER BALDOR RELIANCE SEW EURODRIVE SEW EURODRIVE MOTOR SERIAL # /MODEL # S249 7404 2U5100 ID# HM419793-EJ 8-212041-1 / 404U-2EGT SPEC# 10F371X657H01 / CAT# M4109T ID# P32G0371H-VN / MN6776 DFT90L4-KS DFT90L4-KS H.P. 60 40 40 20 20 40 40 2 2 VOLT. 230/460 230/460 230/460 460 550 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 AMP. 134/67 98/49 98/49 24 20.5 90/45 6.2/3.1 6.2/3.1 RPM 3570 1765 1770 1760 1183 3520 3545 1720 1720 FRAME 364TS 324TS 324T 256TC 404U 324TS 324TS EFF. (%) NEMA/ GARENTEED 89 RUNTIME 365 DAYS 1 HR/DAY 1 HR/DAY 365 DAYS 365 DAYS 1/2 YEAR 1/2 YEAR 365 DAYS MISC 92.4/91.7 91.7 93/91.7 LAST UPDATED 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 RECOVERY 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 RL2000 RL2100 #6 OIL RL2100 RL2100 RL2100 UNLOADING/TRANSFER UNLOADING/TRANSFER UNLOADING/TRANSFER LOCATION TANK 129 - LOADING TANK 121-FILTER BUILDING TANK 121 TANK 121 TANK 121-RL SPARE TANK 121-RL SPARE IN RECOVERY SHED RECOVERY LABELED #2 IN RECOVERY SHED IN RECOVERY SHED PUMP MFR. ROPER VIKING INGERSOLL RAND BLACKMER BLACKMER BLACKMER BLACKMER VIKING VIKING SERIAL # 11765736 MODEL # HL126A HOC2 GXS3C G64A MLN4 MLN4 M125 L5126A Y-9712 40124F 302982-P 262777 N 11055839 11605612 MOTOR MFR. GENERAL ELECTRIC BALDOR US ELECTRIC SIEMENS PACEMAKER PACEMAKER US ELECTRIC US ELECTRIC GENERAL ELECTRIC MOTOR SERIAL # /MODEL # MOD# 5K254CN205AP F0310031635 93000519-543 NO: IMJ02864XE41 MOD# 519356S-E-1 MOD# 7 9365R-C-1 ID# 7509-50-U10U197R182M ID# 7509-50-U02T317R019M MOD# 5K326CS225BP H.P. 15 1.5 30 30 10 25 20 20 50 VOLT. AMP. 230/460 38.4/19.2 230/460 9.6/4.8 230/460 73/36.5 230/460 34.9 230/460 26/13 230/460 64/32 230/460 50.6/25.3 230/460 50.6/25.3 230/460 119.4/59.7 RPM 1750 1160 3500 1765 1740 1760 1755 1755 1775 FRAME 254T 213T 286JP TE 286T 215T 284T 256T 256T 326T EFF. (%) NEMA/ GARENTEED 86.5 93.6/ - RUNTIME 1 HR/DAY 1 HR/MONTH NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NORD GEAR NORD GEAR MISC 88.5 91.7 LAST UPDATED 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 BOILER ROOM 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 THERMAL FLUID THERMAL FLUID FUEL FEED FUEL FEED BOILER CONDENSATE BOILER CONDENSATE CONDENSATE CONDENSATE LOCATION BOILER ROOM (CIRCULATION) BOILER ROOM (BOOSTER PUMP) OIL SKID OIL SKID BOILER ROOM BOILER ROOM BOILER ROOM (SURGE TANK) BOILER ROOM (SURGE TANK) PUMP MFR. DEAN GORMAN RUPP VIKING VIKING BFS INDUSTRIES BFS INDUSTRIES BFS INDUSTRIES BFS INDUSTRIES SERIAL # 180238 1326997 11846301 11846302 154628-1 154628 120688 120728 MODEL # RA3146 IMP-9 GHS2JG3-B H4625 H4625 FL-571-3 FL-571-3 RC05-015-3-3 RC05-015-3-4 MOTOR MFR. MAX-SE EMERSON BALDOR BALDOR TUDORS TUDORS MARATHON MARATHON MOTOR SERIAL # /MODEL # V 136163 CVC145TTDRS316AD-9 CVC145TTDRS316AD-10 H.P. 50 2 0.8 0.8 3 3 1.5 1.5 VOLT. 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 AMP. 130/55 5.8/2.9 RPM 3345 1165 1725 1725 FRAME 184-T 56 56 145JM-74 145JM-74 56T63 56T64 EFF. (%) NEMA/ GARENTEED 86.5 RUNTIME 365DAYS 365DAYS 365DAYS 365DAYS NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE MISC LAST UPDATED 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 BIO (WAREHOUSE) 103 104 105 106 107 108 BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO HIGH PRESSURE PUMP LOCATION WAREHOUSE- BIO AREA WAREHOUSE- BIO AREA WAREHOUSE- BIO AREA WAREHOUSE- BIO AREA WAREHOUSE- BIO AREA WAREHOUSE PUMP MFR. YALE(3X3) YALE(3X3) YALE(3X3) BLACKMER (3X3) BLACKMER (3X3) CAT SERIAL # 6877 6878 T-461431 16807 MODEL # 100CVM01FCW 100CVM01FCW GX3 NPJ3B 2SF10ES MOTOR MFR. GE WESTINGHOUSE WESTINGHOUSE GE ALLIS CHAMBERS BALDOR MOTOR SERIAL # /MODEL # RD1090 / 14WK940HAS11 1778738 1778738 JE6391013 / 5K254CK318 51328246 / RGZZ SPEC 35E365-498 H.P. 5 5 5 7.5 20 1 VOLT. 220/440 230/460 230/460 115/250 AMP. 22.4/11.2 50/25 12.0/6.0 RPM 1725 1725 1725 1155 1750 3450 FRAME 254 215 215 254T 256T 560 EFF. (%) NEMA/ GARENTEED RUNTIME 2 HR/DAY NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE MISC LAST UPDATED 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 RAILSIDE UNLOADING 109 110 111 112 113 #6 OIL #6 OIL ASPHALT ASPHALT PORTABLE PUMP FOR RAIL CARS LOCATION RAILSIDE UNLOADING RAILSIDE UNLOADING RAILSIDE UNLOADING RAILSIDE UNLOADING RAILSIDE UNLOADING PUMP MFR. VIKING VIKING LEISTRITZ LEISTRITZ ROPER SERIAL # 11845847 11845846 109284001 109284002 426140 MODEL # QS4226A QS4226A L2NG 116/180 AHDKI S L2NG 116/180 AHDKI S MOTOR MFR. RELIANCE ELECTRIC RELIANCE ELECTRIC RELIANCE ELECTRIC RELIANCE ELECTRIC GENERAL ELECTRIC MOTOR SERIAL # /MODEL # ID# HM417942-EH ID# HM417942-EH MOD: P32G3324H MOD: P32G3324H 5KC1843D219AU H.P. 30 30 50 50 VOLT. 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 AMP. 36.1 36.1 117/58.8 117/58.8 22/11 RPM 1765 1765 1775 1770 FRAME 286-TC 286-TC 362-T 362-T 184TZ EFF. (%) NEMA/ GARENTEED 93.6/93 93.6/93 94.5/94.1 94.3/94.1 RUNTIME NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE MISC DRIVE BEARING: SSBC03J30X DRIVE BEARING: SSBC03J30X LAST UPDATED 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 SPARE PUMPS AND MOTORS LOCATION BOILER ROOM BOILER ROOM BOILER ROOM BOILER ROOM BOILER ROOM BOILER ROOM BOILER ROOM BOILER ROOM BOILER ROOM PUMP MFR. GORMAN-RUPP BLACKMER BLACKMER BLACKMER VIKING MOTOR ONLY MOTOR ONLY ROTO PRIME DEAN SERIAL # 1319196 736714 756974 736716 105845574 MODEL # GHS2JG3-B HRB GX3E HRB M225 3625 ACIFAHABASAAO RA3146 MOTOR MFR. EMERSON WEG PUMP ONLY WEG PUMP ONLY US ELECTRIC RELIANCE MARATHON WESTINGHOUSE MOTOR SERIAL # /MODEL # S 613995 / EL08 MOD: 01518XP3E254T MOD: 01518XP3E254T ID# F214-50-U03T344R164M ID# P3200371H-G01-VN / MN6776 MOD: 7L 284TTGS7033AA W SERIAL: EQH252701 H.P. 2 15 15 60 40 25 50 VOLT. 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 230/460 AMP. 5.8/2.9 35.8/17.9 35.8/17.9 142/71 100/50 61/30.5 130/55 RPM 1165 1760 1760 3545 3545 1760 3545 FRAME 184T 254T 254T 364TS 324TS 284T 364TS EFF. (%) NEMA/ GARENTEED 91 91 90.2 86.5 93/91.7 RUNTIME NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE NOT IN USE MISC LAST UPDATED 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008 6/2/2008

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EE 587 Mid Term Electrical Power Distribution1. A 34.5-kV, 60-Hz radial system is shown in figure P-1. Select current tap settings (TS) and time dial settings (TDS) to protect the system from faults. The time-current characteristics of the inverse-time o
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HARMONICS IN POWER SYSTEMS Red Book Revision Assignment By Daniel Olusola Krishna Chaitanya Nutukurthi9.1 Introduction Harmonic currents are a phenomenon that has existed since the beginning of the utilization of alternating current. It is only recently,
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9.7.6 Normal flow of harmonic currents Harmonic currents tend to flow from the nonlinear loads (harmonic sources) toward the point of lowest impedance, usually the utility source, figure 9-7. The impedance of the utility source is usually much lower than
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Harmonics in Power Systems Chapter 9Issued May 2010Confidentiality: The information contained in the report is the property of E. I DuPont de Nemours and Co. and is confidential and proprietary to DuPont. The information is being disclosed, in confidenc
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EE 567 Integrated Power ElectronicsDESIGN STRATERGYUC3854 Power Factor Correction IC with the 250 watt preregulator has been designed. In general R & D labs in many institutions needs a good high power DC supply with lower cost. This requirement is sati
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250 WATT PREREGULATOR USING UC3854 CHIP FINAL REPORTPREPARED FOR EE567 INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICSSTATE UNIVERSITY OF NEWYORK AT BUFFALO BUFFALO, NYI STRUCTOR: DR. D C HOPKI SDept. of Electrical Engineering University at BuffaloPREPARED BY ASHWIN KR
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EE 567 INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICS250 watt Preregulator using UC3854 chipMini ProposalSubmitted date : 28th April, 2009Submitted By Abilash Ethanur Thuppale Email:thuppale@buffalo.edu Ashwin Krishnan Hariharan Email:akh5@buffalo.eduSubmitted to Dr.
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TIMELINE DIAGRAMTASKS/NO OF WEEKS1. Finding the right PCB for the Chipset 2. Search for available components in the lab 3. Make list of not available components 4. Check in the nearby shops for the other components 5. Make another list of required compo
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1Patent umber: 6,545,237 Ashwinkrishnan Hariharan and Abilash Ethanur ThuppalePOWER FACTOR CORRECTIO USI G UC 3854 Inventor: Ashwin Krishnan Hariharan and Abilash Ethanur Thuppale App. No: 09/234,234 Filed: May 4 ,2009 References cited: US PATE T DOCUME
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Design cycle Flowchart
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Designing and investigating the operation of FAN2103 TinyBuck Integrated Synchronous Buck RegulatorFINAL REPORTSubmitted on: 26th April, 2010Submitted to Dr. Douglas C. HopkinsDept. of Electrical Engineering University at Buffalo DCHopkins@buffalo.edu
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Designing and investigating the operation of FAN2103 TinyBuck Integrated Synchronous Buck RegulatorMini ProposalSubmitted date : 26th April, 2010Submitted to Dr. Douglas C. HopkinsDept. of Electrical Engineering University at BuffaloDCHopkins@buffalo
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STATEMENT OF WORK 1. WORK PLAN Our statement of work (SOW) is to check the FAN2103 TinyBuck Integrated Synchronous Buck Regulator by modifying components on the board to make sure if it is working correctly.Sl.No. Task Student hours Required 4 hrs 1 hr 1
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EE 567: INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICS MIDTERMNutukurthi Krishna Chaitanya #36727542"I believe in honesty and ethical code of my profession. My signature attests that I have neither given nor received any information relating to this exam _"FLYBACK CONVE
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AN INTRODUCTION TO AN POWER ELECTRONICS POWER AND MODULESProfessor Douglas C Hopkins State University of New York www . dchopkins . comIntroduction to Power Electronics and Modules by Prof. DC Hopkins, www.dchopkins.com, 2010Welcome and OutlineWelcome
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EE 467/567 Integrated Power ElectronicsD r. D o u g la s C . H o p k in s D e p t. o f E le c tr ic a l E n g in e e r in g U n iv e r s ity a t B u ffa lo P r o fD C H o p k in s @ g m a il.c o mEE467/567 Integrated PowerProfDCHopkins@gmail.com 2010,
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EE 467/567 - INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICSD r. D o u g la s C . H o p k in s D e p t. o f E le c tr ic a l E n g in e e r in g U n iv e r s ity a t B u ffa lo P r o fD C H o p k in s @ g m a il.c o mEE467/567 Integrated PowerProfDCHopkins@gmail.com 201
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EE 467/567 - INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICSDr. Douglas C. Hopkins Dept. of Electrical Engineering University at Buffalo ProfDCHopkins@gmail.comE E 4 6 7 /5 6 7 In te g r a te d P o w e rP r o fD C H o p k in s @ g m a il.c o m 2 0 1 0 , D . C . H o p k
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EE 467/567 - INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICSDr. Douglas C. Hopkins Dept. of Electrical Engineering University at Buffalo ProfDCHopkins@gmail.comE E 4 6 7 /5 6 7 In te g r a te d P o w e rP r o fD C H o p k in s @ g m a il.c o m 2 0 1 0 , D . C . H o p k
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EE 467/567 - INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICSDr. Douglas C. Hopkins Dept. of Electrical Engineering University at Buffalo ProfDCHopkins@gmail.comE E 4 6 7 /5 6 7 In te g r a te d P o w e rP r o fD C H o p k in s @ g m a il.c o m 2 0 1 0 , D . C . H o p k
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EE 467/567 - INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICSDr. Douglas C. Hopkins Dept. of Electrical Engineering University at Buffalo ProfDCHopkins@gmail.comE E 4 6 7 /5 6 7 In te g r a te d P o w e rP r o fD C H o p k in s @ g m a il.c o m 2 0 1 0 , D . C . H o p k
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EE 467/567 - INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICSDr. Douglas C. Hopkins Dept. of Electrical Engineering University at Buffalo ProfDCHopkins@gmail.comE E 4 6 7 /5 6 7 In te g r a te d P o w e rP r o fD C H o p k in s @ g m a il.c o m 2 0 1 0 , D . C . H o p k
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EE 467/567 - INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICSDr. Douglas C. Hopkins Dept. of Electrical Engineering University at Buffalo ProfDCHopkins@gmail.comE E 4 6 7 /5 6 7 In te g r a te d P o w e rP r o fD C H o p k in s @ g m a il.c o m 2 0 1 0 , D . C . H o p k
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EE 467/567 - INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICSDr. Douglas C. Hopkins Dept. of Electrical Engineering University at Buffalo ProfDCHopkins@gmail.comE E 4 6 7 /5 6 7 In te g r a te d P o w e rP r o fD C H o p k in s @ g m a il.c o m 2 0 1 0 , D . C . H o p k
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EE 467/567 - INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICSDr. Douglas C. Hopkins Dept. of Electrical Engineering University at Buffalo ProfDCHopkins@gmail.comE E 4 6 7 /5 6 7 In te g r a te d P o w e rP r o fD C H o p k in s @ g m a il.c o m 2 0 1 0 , D . C . H o p k
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EE 467/567 - INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICSDr. Douglas C. Hopkins Dept. of Electrical Engineering University at Buffalo ProfDCHopkins@gmail.comE E 4 6 7 /5 6 7 In te g r a te d P o w e rP r o fD C H o p k in s @ g m a il.c o m 2 0 1 0 , D . C . H o p k
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Bio Lecture # 2 Light to chemical energy Redoxlight goes to chlorophyll, excites it Chlorophyll gives e- to e- acceptor- H2O gives e- to chlorophyll (oxidation) H2O= 2 H+2e-+1/2O2 H2O is split to replace lost eSpecial chlorophylls each lose ee- must be r
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