BIO Web Conf.
Volume 10, 2018Contemporary Research Trends in Agricultural Engineering
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Engineering and Technology|
|Published online||26 March 2018|
Models of adaptation of the milking machines systems
Lviv National Agrarian University, Faculty of Mechanic and Power Engineering, Lviv-Dubliany, Ukraine
* Corresponding author: Dmytriv_V@ukr.net
Two systems of milking machines were considered - biotechnical and vacuum. Methodology for estimation of efficiency of the "machine-animal" biotechnical system was worked out. The dependences of the efficiency parameters of the technical system operation were analyzed. The KMMO operator load factor of the milking machine was proposed. The factor characterizes the technological process of the machine milking. The analytical dependences were worked out for the simulation of the productivity of milking machines and oscillation of the vacuum-gage pressure. As to the simulation results, when the vacuum pipeline diameter was increased the oscillation of the vacuum-gage pressure decreased. The results of analysis and theoretical researches on technological process of the cow machine milking gave a possibility to define the requirements to the improvement of technological process and technical equipment, which will provide the increase of efficiency of the milking systems. Usage of the developed cyber-physical system of the machine milking of cows will increase the productivity of the milking machine in 1.26…1.85 times. At the vacuum gage pressure oscillation of ΔPvp = 2500 Pa the suction ability of milking machine will be E=4.093 m/s accordingly. The defined index of efficiency of the adapted systems functioning of the milking machine is KBTS2 = 55.3.
Key words: milking machine / mathematical model / vacuum / amplitude / load factor.
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