Reclamation Manual: Design and construction, pt. 2. Engineering design: Design supplement no. 2: Treatise on dams; Design supplement no. 3: Canals and related structures; Design supplement no. 4: Power systems; Design supplement no. 5: Field installation procedures; Design supplement no. 7: Valves, gates, and steel conduits; Design supplement no. 8: Miscellaneous mechanical equipment and facilities; Design supplement no. 9: Buildings; Design supplement no. 10: Transmission structures; Design supplement no. 11: Railroads, highways, and camp facilities, Volume 10, Parts 1-2
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APPROVED basic BOLT breaker BUREAU CANAL checking circuit CLAY closed color complete CONCRETE conductors Conduit connected construction Contact CONTACTOR Continued CONVENTIONAL DENVER DEPTH detail device dimensions direction drawings duct ELECTRICAL DRAFTING STANDARDS ELEVATION equipment FEET field Figure finish flow FORMERLY functions given GROUND HEAD heater holes illustrated inches indicates LAND length lettering lighting lines loadings machine maps marks material meter motor negative normally notations NOTES operated original pencil Phase PIPE placed PLAN plug POINT position potential power plant prepared PROFILE PROJECT RECLAMATION RECOMMENDED reducible reference reinforcement RELAY reproduced revised ROCK scale SCREWS Sheet shown side SIGNS STAND STEEL structural SURFACE switch SYMBOLS SYSTEM terminals THREAD tracing transformer tube TYPICAL UNITED Valve views voltage WATER Weights weld WIRING DIAGRAM SYMBOLS Δ Δ Δ
Page 26 - TYPE ARE OF SAME SIZE UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN. 3. SYMBOLS APPLY BETWEEN ABRUPT CHANGES IN DIRECTION OF JOINT OR AS DIMENSIONED (EXCEPT WHERE ALL AROUND SYMBOL IS USED). 4. ALL WELDS ARE CONTINUOUS AND OF USER'S STANDARD PROPORTIONS, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN.
Page 26 - In plan or elevation, near, far and both sides locations refer to nearest member parallel to plane of drawing and not to others farther behind. 2. In section or end views only, when weld is not drawn, the side to which arrow points is considered near side. 3. Welds on both sides are of same size unless otherwise shown. 4. Symbols govern to break in continuity of structure or to extent of hatching or dimension lines. 5.