Project Management Information System

Project Management Information System basically consists of :-

1.       Scheduling Tool

2.       Work Authorization System

3.       Configuration Management System

4.       Information collection and distribution system

5.       Interface to other online automated systems

6.       Costing tool

7.       Resourcing tool

8.       Performance indicators

9.       Database

10.   Project records

11.   Finances

Innovations for the day-to-day applications

An Easy-to-Load Toilet Paper Holder
A Scent-Based Alarm Clock
A Sofa That Turns Into Bunk Beds
A Pillow With a Hole For Your Glasses
A Knife That Warms Butter As It Spreads
A Mug with a Customizable Temperature
Containers That Remind You When Food Is about to Expire
A Strainer That Attaches to the Pot
A Piggy Bank That Tracks Your Money
Voice-Activated Lights
A Backpack with a USB Charger
A Foldable Cutting Board
A Spike That Automatically Waters Your Plants
A Chip Bag Resealer
An Instant Voice Translator
A Time-Locking Container
Waterproof Socks
A Super Portable Water Bottle

Flow control elements employed in valve design

There are four basic types of flow control elements employed in valve design.
1. Move a disc, or plug into or against an orifice (for example, globe or needle type valve).
2. Slide a flat, cylindrical, or spherical surface across an orifice (for example, gate and plug valves).
3. Rotate a disc or ellipse about a shaft extending across the diameter of an orifice (for example, a butterfly or ball valve).
4. Move a flexible material into the flow passage (for example, diaphragm and pinch valves).