Hans de Ridder

How to model a nuclear power plant??

Question by Hans de Ridder

Since energy is getting more and more expensive I am designing a nuclear power plant for in my back garden. How do I do this in Solidworks.
Is there anybody who can help me with this...

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William
Answered on 18 Mar, 2013 06:42 AM

//Hono Hans you gona go all radial active on us LoL'ss
Step one - Kidnap a Nuclear engineer
Step Two - Hire some terrorists to steal you the materials
Step Three - Put in a request on GrabCAD to have others model it for you
Step Four - Kidnap Homer simpson from the cartoon to run the station for you
Step Five - If you want I shall do a tutorial

LoL'ss
:P

 
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Hans de Ridder
Answered on 18 Mar, 2013 05:07 PM

Thank you all for your help....I humbly have to appologize for this stupidious question, but I got so irritated by all the Stupid Questions by so called engineers who ask us to do their work..."How to model a radio, how to design a car, how to model a engine, how to work with inventor...etc, etc.
I always believed the Q&A section was for serious questions and advise but now I'm not so sure anymore.....(How to be an engineer..)

PS: As soon as I have finished the model of the power plant I will post it...

@ Jeff. I finaly found the roof of my imagination and skills, sorry it isn't any higher...
@William. step 1,2 and 3 easy...but step 4 will cause me difficulties...
can I replace homer with spongebob?? haha.
@Stephen. Step by step is the beginning of a chain reaction....

signing off with greetzzz....(roger.roger)

Hans.

 
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db345104
Answered on 18 Mar, 2013 02:43 AM

hi Hans,
I searched under nuclear power plant images. found one I liked, then used something in image I could compare dimensions with.
Then I modeled it. I am really surprised that you dont know how to do this. It would be a pleasure to help you with this, just PM me .

 
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Stephen Nyberg
Answered on 18 Mar, 2013 01:39 AM

Just take it one part at a time and you will be surprised what you can accomplish on your own. ;)

 
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db345104
Answered on 19 Mar, 2013 05:53 PM

help I need a 2" rod for my project. ahh duhhh
please some one show me how to do this...

 
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db345104
Answered on 19 Mar, 2013 05:56 PM

remember, for every 10 so called engineers there is actually only one.

 
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maarten weidema
Answered on 4 Sep, 2013 02:29 PM

damned, i was realy intrested in doing this, but its a joke :(

 
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nigel perrett
Answered on 5 Sep, 2013 10:58 AM

go solar its easier but needs a big back yard
we do solar panels and an inverter system here in Queensland Australia
put them all over the roof and subsidise our power bills. I f you have enuf the power company pay you

 
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maarten weidema
Answered on 5 Sep, 2013 11:04 AM
nigel perrett
Answered on 5 Sep, 2013 11:07 AM

there's some great tesla stuff on youtube mate

 
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Sourbh
Answered on 5 Sep, 2013 11:43 AM

Little Agree with Tesla Coil But its not a permanent solution.
And Also The Solar Panel working only at Sunny days.

If Three or four day continuously raining is there means ...!!!!!!

 
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