E3S Web Conf.
Volume 284, 2021Topical Problems of Green Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (TPACEE-2021)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Agribusiness and Soil Management|
|Published online||12 July 2021|
Modeling the process of grinding feed by the method of damage accumulation
Petrozavodsk State University, 185910 Petrozavodsk, Russia
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The efficiency of the process of grinding meat and bone feed depends on a number of design and technological parameters of the grinder operation. One of the most significant issues and at the same time the least studied one is the influence of the number of cycles of loading meat and bone feed with the working bodies of grinders on the particle size of the finished meat and bone feed. To study this issue, the authors proposed a method for modeling the process of grinding meat and bone feed using a stochastic B-model of cumulative damage, which is based on an understanding of the process under study at the macroscopic level and experimental data. The constructed B-model made it possible to determine the optimal number of cycles of loading meat and bone feed with the working bodies of the grinders, at which the required particle size of the finished meat and bone feed is 3...5 mm, and there is no unnecessary energy consumption of the grinding process. This number is equal to 12...18 cycles. The results obtained by the B-model are in good agreement with the experimental data. The constructed B-model of the grinding process of meat and bone feed will further help optimizing the operation of the cutting device and reducing energy consumption for the operation of the grinders as a whole.
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