Cellular Automata by E. F. Codd, Robert L. Ashenhurst

By E. F. Codd, Robert L. Ashenhurst

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129 Hydraulic 30 pipe joint Used for hydraulic pipes. Lap-welded wrought iron Pipes of large and medium bore for conveying water are made from this material. Solid drawn steel Used in the making of large and medium bore pipes for steam. Brass For small size pipes as used in lubricating systems. Metals used Galvanised steel/aluminium alloy sheet in the manufacture of ducting. Plastics Polythene, PVC, nylon, etc. are examples of plastics utilised for the making of flexible pipes. Brazed cone SCREWED B R A S S PIPE C O U P L I N G S A N D FITTINGS A number of types of screwed pipe couplings are available and these may be used with copper pipes of up to about 40mm bore.

The joint may be 'face-to-face' or sealed with a washer or gasket. Heavy-duty pipe joints have screwed and welded flanges with flanges and bolts which are larger than those used in low or medium pressure joints. A common type of hydraulic pipe joint has two-bolt flanges of heavy construction and a soft copper sealing ring which fits into a recess in one of the flanges. Flanged pipe bends are available with various ratios of bend radius to pipe bore. 130 Flanged pipe bend S O L D E R E D COPPER PIPE F I T T I N G S ( C A P I L L A R Y PIPE F I T T I N G S ) These fittings, designed for use with copper pipes, contain solder and only require to be heated by a blowlamp to make the joint.

L Reducer Pipe SCREWED I R O N PIPE JOINTS A N D FITTINGS These are made of wrought iron or malleable cast iron and they have ends to suit screwed fittings. They are used for water, air and gas mains. The pipe ends are threaded and their fittings are provided with internal matching threads. To ensure perfect sealing the threads are treated with various jointing materials and cements before assembly. The main types of fitting are: Socket A threaded sleeve for joining straight pipes. Elbow For joining pipes at right angles.

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