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UNIVERSITY OF MALTA Faculty of Engineering Department of Manufacturing FINAL YEAR PROJECT B.ENG. (Hons.)

Supporting Documentation

Design of a Portable Water Purification System by Lawrence Farrugia

MAY 2011


Table of Contents Section

Page

Quality Function Deployment Matrix

2

Function Means Tree

4

Conceptual Designs

7

Material Selection for Pipe Segments

12

Material Selection for Structural Frame

23

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis

32

Technical Drawings

34

System Renders

64

2


Quality Function Deployment Matrix

3


Total Power In nput

Material

Processing Capacity

Mass

Size

Standardisatiion

Selling Pricee

Quick Assemb bly 

215 242 180 111 139 220 274 598 86

Less than 2000 W

Material Selection Proceess 

2100 litres of water every  y day

Less than 300 kg

Less than 1 cubic metree

Upgradeability/Scaalability

Ease of Monito oring

Washable Un nits

110 110 141 83

Stan ndard mechanical, electrical l and flow  interface Meaasuring instruments such as  s pressure  gauges

Planning and Design

Simple Assem mbly

Phase

Maxim mum Selling Price Less than 5000 Euros

Redundanciees

2 6 6 8 5 8 6 4 10 4 4 7 8 Total Identiccal Unit Procesess within thee same water  treatment stage

Easy to Operate  Mobility Compact Low Cost  Low Energy Consumption Safe to operate  Assembly of individual modules carried out by unskilled  personnel Weather proof Effective Treatment of Water  Durable  Cater for peaks in the demands  Interchangable parts Self Suffecient Importance e

9

3

1

Manufacturing Use

4


Function Means Tree

5


Air Function

A

Land Means

To transport the system

Sea/Lake To provide mobility to the system

Structural Frame

To provide assembly of system elements

Mounting Clamps

Cable Ties

UV Irradiation Clips

To Treat Water for Microbiological Contamination

Chlorination

To provide chemical Disinfection Chemical

Ozone To treat water originating from freshwater body

Portable Water Treatment System GAC Reverse Osmosis

To have water free from chlorine

Micro Filtration To Treat Water for Inorganic Contaminants

Nano Filtration To have water with low turbidity

Ion Exchange

Multimedia filters

Coagulation and Flocculation

To have water free from chlorine

GAC

Micro Filtration Micro Filtration To Treat Water for Organic Contaminants

Rapid Gravity Filtration Ultra Filtration

To have water with low turbidity Slow Sand Filtration

6


Coarse Screening To Remove large debris from Water

Fine Screening

Aeration To Treat Water for Taste and Odour Adsorption

Submersible Pump To Provide fluid at a specific pressure Booster Pump

Internal Combustion Engine

To generate internal combustion

Fuel

To Store Electrical Energy

Batteries

To cause coagulation of collodial particles

Chemical Coagulant

PhotoVoltaic Cell A To provide electrical power Wind Turbine

Water Turbine

Mains Operated

Rapid Gravity Filtration

To Treat Water for Turbidity and Colour

Slow Sand Filtration

Coagulation and Flocculation

Microfiltration

7


Conceptual Designs

8


Membrane Modules   

   

Threaded Membrane  End Caps

Adapter Collar  with internal 

Concept C2.1     External Thread of Membrane End Caps           

Concept C2.2  External Threaded Fittings for End Caps 

End Cap  

End Cap   Eccentric  Lock   

Concept 2.3  End Caps fitted with screw threads   Geometrical  Constraints

Concept 2.4  Eccentric Internal Lock of End‐Cap     

Flexible Strap 

Membrane Module 

V Shaped  Support  Concept C2.6  Geometrical Constrain  

Concept C2.5  Straps   

9


CartridgeModules     Cartridge  Filter Housing 

Screw Insert  Cartridge Filter  Cap  

U Type  Clamps  

Cartridge Filter  Housing  

Concept 3.1  Internal Screw Thread 

Concept 3.2  U‐Clamps   

Flexible Strap 

Hinges

Cartridge Filter Housing

V Shaped  Support 

Concept 3.3  Hinges 

Concept 3.4  Straps  

    Ultra Violet Membrane Modules    UV  Filter

U‐Type Clamp  

U‐Type Clamp     Concept 4.1  U Clamp 

Concept 4.2  U Clamp (style II) 

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Flexible   Strap                   

UV Modul

U type  clips 

Concept 4.3  U clamp (snap fit) 

V Shaped  Support  Concept 4.4  Straps  

;  Flow Modules   

  Concept C1.1  Pipe Flange   

Concept C1.2  Pipe  Thread   

Concept  C1.3  Push Fits  

Concept C1.4 

11


Structural Module 

Butt Joint      Concept  5.1  Butt Joint 

Concept 5.2  Geometrical Fitting 

Concept 5.4  Male to Female screw thread 

Concept 5.3   

Concept 5.5  Geometrical Constraint 

12


Material Selection for Pipe Segments

13


14


15


16


17


18


19


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21


22


Density Price  Tensile Strength  Corrosion resistance to fresh water  Corrosion resistance to sea water  Resistance to Degradation by UV  Resistance to Strong Acids Resistance to Strong Alkalis  Recycleable 

1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Total Weight 3 4 6 8 7 3 3 1 1 Total 

Relative Total Weight 8.3 11.1 16.7 22.2 19.4 8.3 8.3 2.8 2.8 36

Stainless Steel

Soda‐lime glass 

Silica glass 

Polyvinylchloride (PVC)

PTFE

Nickel‐based super alloys

Borosilicate Glass 

Weight Density  8.3 Price  11.1 Tensile Strength  16.7 Corrosion resistance to fresh water  22.2 Corrosion resistance to sea water  19.4 Resistance to Degradation by UV  8.3 Resistance to Strong Acids 8.3 Resistance to Strong Alkalis  2.8 Recycleable  2.8

2.263 1.483 16.667 22.222 19.444 8.333 6.667 2.778 2.778

7.363 11.111 1.076 22.222 19.444 8.333 6.667 2.778 2.778

8.258 1.780 1.563 22.222 19.444 8.333 8.333 2.778 2.778

11.603 10.565 1.413 22.222 19.444 8.333 6.667 2.778 2.778

8.333 0.642 0.694 22.222 19.444 6.667 8.333 2.778 2.778

2.119 0.594 13.889 22.222 19.444 8.333 6.667 2.778 2.778

7.971 0.030 0.764 22.222 19.444 8.333 6.667 2.778 2.778

Total Score

82.635

81.773

75.490

85.803

71.892

78.824

70.987

23


Material Selection for Structural Frame

24


25


26


27


28


29


30


31


Tensile Strength  Specific Cost  Density  Corrosion Resistance to Fresh Water  Corrosion Resistance to Weak Acids  Corrosion Resistance to Weak Alkalkis  Resistance to Degradation by UV Weldabilty Machinability Formability Recycleable 

0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Tensile Strength  Specific Cost  Density  Corrosion Resistance to Fresh Water  Corrosion Resistance to Weak Acids  Corrosion Resistance to Weak Alkalkis  Resistance to Degradation by UV Weldabilty Machinability Formability Recycleable 

Total Score

Weight 1.1 1.3 1.9 1.7 0.4 0.4 1.3 0.7 0.7 0.2 0.4

Total Weight 6 7 10 9 2 2 7 4 4 1 2

Relative Total Weight 1.1 1.3 1.9 1.7 0.4 0.4 1.3 0.7 0.7 0.2 0.4

Total

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Age Hardening  Wrought Al 

Cast Al Alloys 

Non Age  Hardening 

3.8 7.7 18.5 16.7 3.7 3.0 13.0 4.4 7.4 1.4 2.8

2.2 7.7 18.5 16.7 3.7 3.0 13.0 4.4 7.4 1.4 2.8

2.1 4.8 18.5 16.7 3.7 3.0 13.0 4.4 7.4 1.4 2.8

82

81

78

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Failure Mode and Effects Analysis

33


Failure Modes and Effects Analysis Part

Function

Potential Failure Mode

Potential Effects of Failure

Deformation of Housing

Considerable Leakage of Water

8

Deformation of Housing

Restriction of Flow

5

Water Treatment Unit Processess

UV Unit Processes

Rusting Housing

Encapsule UV Lamp Rusting

Degradation by UV

UV Lamp

Membrane Unit Process

Water Treatment Unit Processess

Cartridge Filter Unit Processes

Sediment Filter

Activated Carbon Adsorpion

Housing

Membrane Filter

Elimination of Colloidial Particiales

Pipelines

Convey Flow from one water treatment stage to another

Structural Frame

Material Selection Prolonged exposure to Excellent resistance to high intensity UV degradation by UV Irraidaiation Irrddiation

High water trubidity

Dirty Filter

Pressure Build-up

4

Blockage of filter pores

Tearing of Filter Material

Permeation of Contaminated Water

10

Permate Water with unaccaptable Taste, Colour and/or Odour

3

Considerable Leakage Tearing of Vessel Wall of Water

Degradation by UV

Water leakage

Fouling of Membrane Filter

Increase in pressure losses

Fouling of Membrane Filter

Increase in pressure losses

3

Permeation of Contaminated Water

10

Permeation of Contaminated Water

10

7

Tearing of Vesssel Wall

Considerable Leakage of Water

8

Tearing of pipe wall

Considerable Leakage of Water

Water leakage

Water leakage

Deformation of Frame

Compromised Structural Integretity

Plate Tearing

Reduced strength of mechanical connections

Proved connections between structural frames

Shearing of Rivet

Reduced strength of mechanical connections

Bearing Failure of Rivet Material

Rivet Material Deformed

Provide Electrical Connection between a unit and power source

Loose Electrical Connections

Provide support to system elements

Pressure Relief Valve Washable Filter Presence of large solid Preliminary Fine particles in water Screens as a pretretment source

Filter lifetime exceeded

Pressure Relief Valves 8 Material Seletion High Tensile Strength Material Selection Excellent resistance to 7 UV Degradation degradation by UV Irrddiation Failure Modes and Effects Analysis Provide Sediment Feed water with very 3 filters as a prehigh turbidity treatment

Water leakage

Loose Pipe Connections

Design Guideline Sediment Filter is always a predecessor of UV Filter

Pressure inside vessel exceeds design limit

Degradation by UV

Degradation by UV

Square Sections

6

Internal walls of UV Material Selection unit, subject to a Excellent resistance to prolonged exposure to degradation by water and other freshwater chemicals

10

Provide Treatment for a wide variety of contaminants Tearing of Membrane Material

Encapsule Membrane Filters

10

Current Design Controls Prevention

Pressure inside vessel Pressure Relief Valve exceeds design specification Detachment of UV unit Multiple straps used to attach the unit to the from Module straps Assembly

Low UV Radiation Intensity

No more adsorption is possible - filter is Improvement completely Taste,colour and Odour impregnated with contaminants Encapsule Sediment/Carbon Adsorption/Ion Exchange Filters

Water leakage

2

Potential Cause(s) of Failure

Permeation of Microbiological Contaminants

Degradation of Membrane Material

Membrane Filter Housing

Pipework

Source of UV Irradiation

Increase in pressure losses as a result of increase in the surface Output water contains microbiological contaminats due to ineffective UV irradiation

Severity

Biological Growth of Bacteria

Use of Anti-Fouling Chemicals during membrane cleaning

Design Guideline Finse Screens are Presence of very large always employed as a particulate pre-treatment for membrane filters Design Guideline Presence of high Activated Carbon chlorine Concentration Adsorption as a pretreatment Material Selection Excellent resistance to UV Degradation degradation by UV Irrddiation Pressure inside vessel Pressure Relief Valve exceeds design limit

Occurence

Current Design Controls Detection

Detection

RPN

Recommended Action(s)

6

Pressure Relief Valve becomes engaged

2

96

Monitor and record pressure readings

3

Quality Assurance

4

60

Samples should be taken and tested

7

Testing for prolonged exposure to high intensity UV

5

70

Monitor and record pressure readings

7

Testing for prolonged exposure to freshwater

3

210

Visual Inspection of internal vessel walls

6

Testing for prolonged exposure to high intensity UV Irradiation

180

Consider using more rigid material constrints

5

300

Implement UV lamp check, during preventive maintanace. Implement sampling point, for water quality testing

2

64

Replace/Wash Filter

2

40

Replace/Wash Filter

5

75

Filter Replacement

80

Ensure that setting of pressure relief valve is set at a value which is

126

Change of Material use more rigid /specific material constraints

6

8 2

Testing of Water Samples

Pressure Gauge Setting on Pressure Releif Visual Inspection of Water output from process

5

5

Testing of Water Samples

5

Pressure Releif valve engaged

6

Testing for prolonged exposure to high intensity UV Irradiation

7

Pressure Measurement from Pressure Gauge

2

42

8

Visual Inspection of Membrane Filter

3

72

4

Water Sampling Points and Pressure Measurements

8

320

Replace Membrane immediately

5

Water Sampling Points

5

250

Visual Inspection of Membrane

6

252

Change of Material use more rigid /specific material constraints

2

96

Ensure Correct Setting of pressure relief valve

6

6

Testing for prolonged exposure to high intensity UV Irradiation Pressure Relief Valve Engaged

2

3

Wash Membrane Filter and Install Sediment Filters Wash Filters and ensure constant monitoring of pressure losses

6

Testing of Water Pipes, under designed water pressure

4

192

Change of Material use more rigid /specific material constraints

7

Inspection after Assmebly

4

84

Position pipe duct correctly

6

Testing for prolonged exposure to high intensity UV Irradiation

210

Change of Material use more rigid /specific material constraints

7

Compressive Loads Exceed beyond Material Specifications

Materials Selection High Compressive Strength

1

Testing of Frame Under Compressive Load

3

21

8

Material Subject to Material Seletion Tensile Loads that are beyond the material High Tensile Strength specification

1

Testing of Frame

3

24

1

Testing of Frame Under Shear Load

8

Pressure inside vessel exceeds design limit

Material Seletion High Tensile Strength

3

Incorrect pipe connection during assembly

Selection of Interfaces

7

UV Degradation

Material Selection Excellent resistance to degradation by UV Irradiation

8

Excessive Tensile Stress

Material Selection and Rivet Dimension

Reduced strength of mechanical connections

7

Excessive Compressive Stress

Material Selection High Compressive Strength

1

Testing of Rivet Under Compressive Load

No electircal signal transmitted

7

In correct connection during assembly

Selection of Interfaces

6

Power Check after Assembly

5

Change Frame Specification and verify that material supplied is as specified Change Frame Specification and verify that material supplied is as specified

24

Change Rivet Diamater and verify that material supplied is as specified

3

21

Change Rivet Diamater and verify that material supplied is as specified

4

168

Implement more rigid quality checks

3

Electrical Connections

Rivets

Electrical Terminals

34


Computer Aided Design Drawings

35


Water Sampling Valve

Vertical Support

яБо 82 ,0 0

900,00 1143,00

160,00

1197,79

240,00

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240,00

Concentrate

Permeate

63,50

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Horizontal Support (2)

Feed Horizontal Support (1) DRAWN

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TITLE

Membranne Filter Module

DATE DRAWN

24/03/2011

SIZE

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A ( 0.40 : 1 )

A

DRAWN

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TITLE

Membranne Filter Module

DATE DRAWN

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SIZE

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Water Sampling Valve

350,52 ,90

Short Vertical Support

яБо88

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722,02

Water Out Water In Short Horizontal Support

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Long Horizontal Support

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

Ultra Violet Filter Module

DATE DRAWN

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SIZE

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B(1:2)

B

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Ultra Violet Filter Module

DATE DRAWN

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Water Sampling Valve

Vertical Support

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Horizontal Support 222,00 240,00

306,28

DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

Cartirdge Filter Module

DATE DRAWN

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SIZE

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Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

Cartirdge Filter Module

DATE DRAWN

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SIZE

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Integrated Pump Controller

Water In

Booster Pump Horizontal Support (2)

Water Out Horizontal Support (1)

377,00

340,00

DRAWN

417,00

210,00

141,00

Horizontal Support (3)

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

Booster Pump Module CME 1-6

DATE DRAWN

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Vertical Support


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Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

Booster Pump Module CME 1-6

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Water Inlet

120,00

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Water Out

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160,00 Horizontal Support (1)

Vertical Support

Horizontal Support (2)

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TITLE

Submersible Pump Module SP 1A-9

DATE DRAWN

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Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

Submersible Pump Module SP 1A-9

DATE DRAWN

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100,84

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80,00 203,00 21,00

360,00

Vertical Support

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116,00

44,00

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Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

Submersible Pump Module SP 1A-9

DATE DRAWN

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C(1:2)

D

C DRAWN

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Submersible Pump Module SP 1A-9

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57,15

Pressure Gauge

92,04 Water In

Water Out

DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

63,50

TITLE

Pressure Relief Valve

DATE DRAWN

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E ( 1.33 : 1 )

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TITLE

Pressure Relief Valve

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System Configuration 1

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Lawrence Farrugia

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System Configuration 1

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Lawrence Farrugia

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System Configuration 1

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Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

System Configuration 1

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H ( 0.24 : 1 ) F ( 0.24 : 1 )

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DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

System Configuration 1

DATE DRAWN

24/03/2011

SIZE

10/04/2011

Drawing 19

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DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

System Configuration 2

DATE DRAWN

24/03/2011

SIZE

10/04/2011

Drawing 20

A4

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REV

DWG NO

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DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

System Configuration 2

DATE DRAWN

24/03/2011

SIZE

10/04/2011

Drawing 21

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DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

System Configuration 2

DATE DRAWN

24/03/2011

SIZE

10/04/2011

Drawing 22

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DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

System Configuration 2

DATE DRAWN

24/03/2011

SIZE

10/04/2011

Drawing 23

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DWG NO

1:5

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DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

System Configuration 2

DATE DRAWN

24/03/2011

SIZE

10/04/2011

Drawing 24

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760,21

938,00

DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

System Configuration 3

DATE DRAWN

24/03/2011

SIZE

10/04/2011

Drawing 25

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DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

System Configuration 3

DATE DRAWN

24/03/2011

SIZE

10/04/2011

Drawing 26

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DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

System Configuration 3

DATE DRAWN

24/03/2011

SIZE

10/04/2011

Drawing 27

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

System Configuration 3

DATE DRAWN

24/03/2011

SIZE

10/04/2011

Drawing 28

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DRAWN

Lawrence Farrugia

TITLE

System Configuration 3

DATE DRAWN

24/03/2011

SIZE

10/04/2011

Drawing 29

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Final Year Project Supporting Documentation  

Design of a Portable Water Purification System