E3S Web of Conf.
Volume 216, 2020Rudenko International Conference “Methodological problems in reliability study of large energy systems” (RSES 2020)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Published online||14 December 2020|
On the issue of drawing up the energy balance of a fat-and-oil enterprise
1 Bukhara engineering technological institute, associate professor of the department of Power Eninineering, DSc, Uzbekistan, Bukhara region, 200100, Bukhara, street Murtazaev, 15
2 Bukhara engineering technological institute, PhD student department of Power Eninineering, Uzbekistan, Bukhara region, 200100, Bukhara, street Murtazaev, 15
3 Bukhara engineering technological institute, PhD student department of Power Eninineering, Uzbekistan, Bukhara region, 200100, Bukhara, street Murtazaev, 15
The article deals with the issue of drawing up the energy balance of a fat and oil enterprise. The results of experimental studies are presented. The energy balance of the average consumed power in kWh and in MJ was compiled in order to obtain a generalized energy balance at the company "EUROSNAR" LLC. A nomenclature is proposed that fully covers production processes and corresponds to the currently accepted indicators of accounting and control in a market economy, and a nomogram for determining the specific consumption of heat energy per ton of seeds and oils for production in general.
It has been substantiated that one of the ways to solve the problem of improving the reliability and accuracy of forecasts of indicators of the energy balance of an industrial enterprise is their forecasting, taking into account the relationship with other indicators characterizing the production process. When implementing this method, the foundations of the theory of probability and mathematical statistics were used.
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