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    Title: Computerized Planning of Surface Ratios in a Milk Extraction Plant
    Authors: Suárez del Villar, Alexis
    Álvarez-Sánchez, Ana
    Galarza-Tipantuña, Alexander
    Issue Date: 2023
    Publisher: Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems. Volume 619 LNNS, Pages 349 - 360. 2023. 4th International Conference on Advances in Emerging Trends and Technologies, ICAETT 2022. Riobamba. 26 October 2022 through 28 October 2022
    Abstract: The research is carried out on the milk extraction process of a farm that has been showing a decrease in monthly income, negatively affecting profits, the economic deficit is affected by the milk sales price of 0.32 dollars per liter being lower than that of competitors, the lack of real historical data on the amount of milk extracted, losing control of expenses, and that the plant is not suitable for the process of extraction and storage of milk, causing the milk to be sold at times at 0.29 dollars per liter. There are multinationals that have submitted proposals for the purchase of the milk product; to close these contracts they ask for compliance with the technical standard: Guide of good practices for milk production, technical resolution No. 0217 fifth revision. 0217 fifth revision, was applied as a solution the systematic planning of the plant layout (SLP) using a methodology based on the application of the Relationship Diagram in CORELAP software, and the Method of the Elimination of the double sense of movements, selecting the second alternative, in addition, A mechanical milk extraction equipment is implemented with a milking capacity of 50 cows in 10 500 s, this is achieved by milking two cows at the same rhythm, the production time is reduced by 75% going from 55827 s to 13950 s, with this time 127 Lt are increased in the daily extraction going from 1373 Lt to 1500 Lt, and the personnel requirement is reduced from 5 to 3 operators.
    URI: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-031-25942-5_28
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