Does not include self-generators not selling to the Grid. The table presents the private agents that currently constitute the regular electricity system the grid. To complete the picture of the sector, two more groups have to be included. The first, also private, is constituted by a group of producers self-generators who co-generate electricity for their own IDB, OVE. October , pp. Paredes pp.

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Site plan of the proposal c It should also clearly mention about the acquisition of land, Provision of electric and water supply etc. Plinth area Estimate Based on Rough Cost Plinth area of a building means Length x Breadth roofed portion only excluding plinth offsets. The estimates are prepared on the basis of plinth areas of the various buildings proposed to be constructed. The rates are being arrived at the dividing the total cost of construction with its plinth area. For example if total cost of a building is Rs. Using this rate as basis of the next construction, approximate or rough cost of the proposal can be arrived at by multiplying the plinth area of the proposed building with this plinth area rate. The following documents are attached with the estimate.



TEMA standards are applicable for the design of shell and tube heat exchangers in a limited range of specifications. Table 3. Thulukkanam, , p. Parameter Limit Inside diameter 60 in. In the first approach, the detailed calculation and analysis of all stresses are not required, and a set of equations based on the previous successful experiences can be used for dimensioning of the most commonly used parts. The second approach requires the analysis of all the stresses based on specific criteria.


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