Acknowledge, List of Figures and Tables Sample-Writing Report and Other Documents-Handout, Exercises for Effective Business Report Writing. B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology
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This is sample file for acknowledgment writing. Priya Jaisingh provided this to teach how to write acknowledgment in projects and thesis. It includes: Training, Report, Networking, Acknowledgement, List, Figure, Table, C...
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Microsoft Word - ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.doc

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

It brings me great pleasure for an opportunity to work &submit my training report on

PANIPAT REFINERY. For this I deeply indebted & sincerely thankful to

Mr. N.R. Chaudhary & Mr. Gayakwad of Panipat refinery for their help, invaluable

guidance and elating encouragement throughout the course of present work.

I am also thankful to Mr. Sandeep Rishi in Panipat refinery for his timely advice & help

which was a constant source of inspiration.

I acknowledge with thanks

Er. Avnish Kumar

Er. S.Chko

For their keen interest & a lot of co-operation during my training period.

I would like to acknowledge the co-operation of various other staff member of the

Refinery who helped me in completing my training.

Finally, I am deeply thankful to my parents and teachers who helped and inspired me in

completing this project.

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List of Figures

Fig. 1.1 Short view of panipat refinery 1

Fig. 1.2 a organized commissioned in 1998 2

Fig. 1.3 Product from Panipat refinery 4

Fig. 1.4 view of LPG Plant 4

Fig. 1.5 A View of State-of-the art Effluent 6

Fig 1.6 a view of environment friendly system 7

Fig. 1.7 fire safety system 9

Fig. 1.8 education required by refinery 11

Fig. 1.9 product from naphta 13

Fig 2.1 programmable logic controller 14

Fig 2.2 view of inter functioning units of PLC 19

Fig. 2.1.1 Fire Alarm System 32

Fig. 2.1.2 Electronic Thermal Sensor 34

Fig. 2.1.3 Smoke Sensor 34

Fig. 2.2.1 Resistance Temperature Devices(RTD) 39

Fig. 2.2.2 Level Measurement Meter 43

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LIST OF TABLE

Table 1.1 processing unit design 2

Table 1.2 Expansion project 3

Table 1.3 major product from refinery 3

Table 1.4 crude processing 6

Table 1.5 Energy Factor (MBN) 8

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CONTENTS

CERTIFICATE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I LIST OF FIGURE II LIST OF TABLE III Introduction 1 1.1 Products from Refinery 3 1.2 Panipat Refinery - The Eco-Friendly Refinery 5 1.3 Refinery Performance Crude oil 6 1.4 Awards 7 1.5 Quality Management 7 1.6 Environment Management 7 1.7 Energy Conservation 8 1.8 Fire fighting facilities designed for 8 1.9 Refinery Performance 9 1.10 Accreditations 9 1.11 Quality Management 9

1.12 Project Management 9 1.13 Prism- Panipat Refinery Integrated System of Management 10 1.14 Community Development Programmes 11 1.15 Health & Hygiene 11 1.16 Drinking Water 11 1.17 Education: 12 1.18 Empowerment of Women 12 1.19 Youth Welfare 12 1.20 Projects Under Implementation 12 1.21 Naphtha Cracker Complex 12 2.1 PLC History 15 2.2 Development 16 2.3 Programming 16 2.4 Functionality 17 2.5 Features 18 2.6 User interface 20 2.7 Communications 20 2.8 Programming 20

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2.9 PLC compared with other control systems 21 2.10 Digital and analog signals 23 2.11 Example 23 2.2.1 Elements 25 2.2.2 Applications 25 2.2.3 History 26 2.2.4 The Network Centric Era of the 1980s 28 2.2.5 The Application Centric Era of the 1990s 29 2.3.1 General 2.3.2 Features

32 32

2.3.3 Description 33 2.4.1Main Features: 35 2.4.2 Functions 35 2.4.3 Options 36 2.4.4 Parameters of the System 36 2.4.5 Page/Talk Systems 37 2.4.6 Applications 37 2.4.7 Installation and Connectability 37 2.4.8 Features 38 2.5.1 Thermocouple Temperature Measurement Sensors 39 2.5.2 Infrared Temperature Measurement Devices 39 2.5.3 Bimetallic Temperature Measurement Devices 40 2.5.4 Fluid-Expansion Temperature Measurement Devices 40 2.5.5 Change-of-State Temperature Measurement Devices 40

2.6.1 Introduction to Level Measurement 41 2.6.2 Float Switches 42 2.6.3 Non-Contact Ultrasonic Sensors 42 2.6.4 Contact Ultrasonic Sensors 42 2.6.5 Capacitance Level Sensors 43 Result 44 Conclusion 45 References 46

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TRAINING REPORT

ON

NETWORKING

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the award of degree

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY

IN

ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BY

HEAD OF DEPT. Ankit Kalra

ELECTRONICS & COMM. DEPT. ROLL NO. 1809611

HARYANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE

JAGADHRI

KURUSHETRA UNIVERSITY, KURUSHETRA

SESSION:JULY-DECEMBER 2011

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TRAINING REPORT

ON

NETWORKING BASICS

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the award of degree

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY

IN

ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BY

HEAD OF DEPT. PALAK GULATI

ELECTRONICS & COMM. DEPT. ROLL NO. 1809246

HARYANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE

JAGADHRI

KURUSHETRA UNIVERSITY, KURUSHETRA

SESSION: 2009-2013

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