E3S Web of Conf.
Volume 216, 2020Rudenko International Conference “Methodological problems in reliability study of large energy systems” (RSES 2020)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Published online||14 December 2020|
Development of energy characteristics of electric drives of technological equipment and normalization of electric consumption of 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 covers the development of energy characteristics of electric drives of technological equipment and normalization of electric consumption of fat-and-oil enterprise. The results of experimental research of energy characteristics of the consumed power P and specific electricity consumption d depending on hourly productivity A on the widely used oil-extracting units of MPSH types at “EVROSNAR” LLC enterprise are given. Nomenclature that fully covers the production processes and corresponds to the currently accepted indicators of accounting and control under the conditions of in-factory economic accounting and a nomogram for determining the specific consumption of electricity per ton of seeds and oils in general for manufacturing is proposed.
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