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construction of a wooden book shelf

A bookshelf is a component fabricated for the purpose of storing or packaging books, files and other important documents. The main aim of constructing this project is to produce a wooden bookshelf which will provide a lasting solution to the problem facing libraries, offices, churches and homes in packaging and storing book items and other items.... Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

comparative analysis of coal and coconut activated carbon

The experiment was carried out to analyze comparatively coal and coconut activated carbon. The coal sample used in bituminous and with density of 1300kg 1m3 tile coconut shell was used. Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

process and quality factors in laundary and toilet soap production

This projects is aimed at knowing the process and quality factor in Laundary and Toilet Soap Projection. Various factors affected the quality of the soap produced. These include the method used in production, types and nature of oils used, the percentage of the additives in the soap and the ratio at which oils are mixed to react with alkali. Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

construction of a hydrocyclone

The hydrocyclone is a separating device used for the separation of dust particles from air, which has no moving component parts. This mechanism can also be defined as a system of winds circulating about a center of relatively low barometric pressure and on the earths surface, blowing inward in spiral form. This project is constructed for the separa... Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

production of plant mirror using local raw material

This project “production of plane mirror using local raw material” is meant to study the possibility of producing plane mirror using sand rich in silica as its major local raw material. Plane mirror is produced by casting one side of a sheet glass. Presently in Nigeria, sheet glass is not used easily produce and as such, the local raw material ... Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

construction of a pilot motorised mixer

The construction of the mixer involves the preliminary measures and calculations on the surface area of the metal sheet. Some basic workshop practices was carried out during the construction such as the marking out of the metal sheet, cutting of different sizes of the sheet, welding of the prints, assembling of the components parts and painting of... Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

construction of soap cutting table, soap mould and soap cutters

The construction of soap cutting table, mould and cutters became inevitable as it’s importance in our industries and society could not be over emphasized. When one considers the money at hand, he decides whether to start from the primary production level or secondary production level. Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

construction of propeller agitator

Propeller agitator is a specialized of various types of substances. It consists of three basic components which are the shaft, blade and the vessel. In the construction, mild steel was chosen due to it’s inherent properties. After the procurement, the following constructional operations were carried out which included marking out, center punc... Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

construction of soap moulds, table and cutters

A mould can generally be defined as a pattern constructed for the production of the same shape and size. The constructional material differs from one operation to another. When one considers the money at hand, he decides whether to start from the primary production level or secondary production level. Referring to the project, the aim is for the es... Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

construction of flow nozzle

The project title “fabrication of flow nozzle” was done by a selected group of ND II Chemical Engineering Students and the practiced objective (aim) of the project was centered on constructing a nozzle that is capable of transporting fluid from one to the other, to determine the charge in velocity of the moving fluid across two given areas of t... Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

short-term lime pretreatment and enzymatic conversion of sawdust into ethanol

The utilization of lignocellulosic biomass as feedstock for the production of fuel ethanol has attracted considerable interests in the last few decades. The emergence of new technologies has provided hope for fuel ethanol potential uses. Lignocellulose is a valuable alternative energy source. The enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomas... Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

construction of portable wheel-barrow

After detailed study on machines and levers, the construction work started as follows:- Making out, pattern development, cutting filling, drilling, machining, assembling, welding and finishing. Detailed procedures carried out is located at the sequence of operation in subsequent pages. The machine has scale of 1:5 in all parts of its dimensions. Ho... Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

construction of table top liquid extraction unit

A table top liquid-liquid extraction unit was constructed. The project also involved the repair and servicing of peristaltic suction pump, by painting it, replacing the connecting cord to the power supply, refilling of the work out suction plates, teeth and general servicing of the equipment. The glass absorption columns were provided as well as tw... Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

fabrication of candle mould with twentyfour (24) holes

The candle mould has twenty four (24) holes which could produce twenty four (24) quality candle sticks Aluminum, a non ferrous metal was used as the construction material for the mould the type of casting technique used was green sand mould method.In the process of moulding the pattern was placed in the flask which contained the green sand. The fla... Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

the use of local pigments and extenders for formulation & production of emulsion paint

The major aim of this project research work is to produce emulsion paint from locally sourced pigment & extenders. The materials used for the production was of local source. The major raw materials used for the production of the emulsion paint: water, titanium iv oxide, calcium carbonate, kaoline, calgon, natrosol, biocide P.V.A, ammonia, deformer ... Continue Reading

Chemical Engineering

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