Methodological Aspects of Theoretical Determination of the Kmz-2 Extruder Performance
Igor Priporov1, Vladimir Kurasov2, Evgeniy Samurganov3, Aleksey Tituchenko4
1Priporov Igor Evgenevich*, Associate Professor, Department of Tractors, Automobile and Technical Mechanics
2Kurasov Vladimir Stanislavovich , Head of Department of Tractors, Automobile And Technical Mechanics.
3Evgeniy Ermanekosovich Samurganov, Associate Professor, Department Of Tractors, Automobile And Technical Mechanics.
4Aleksey Anatolyevich Tituchenko, Associate Professor, Department Of Tractors, Automobile And Technical Mechanics
Manuscript received on March 30, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on April 05, 2020. | Manuscript published on April 30, 2020. | PP: 1524-1527 | Volume-9 Issue-4, April 2020. | Retrieval Number: D7266049420/2020©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.D7266.049420
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Abstract: The purpose of the research is reducing the energy consumption of the KMZ-2 extruder, which will improve its performance. The research tasks are to achieve the purpose: to consider the sunflower seeds compression in the working chamber of the KMZ-2 extruder to obtain sunflower cake; to consider the material that exits through the matrix dies; to consider the movement of the pressed material in the matrix die of the KMZ-2 extruder. On the basis of the conducted research the following conclusions were made: stabilization of the extrusion pressure of the processed material to produce a sunflower cake at the end of the process leads to its friction force reduction on the KMZ-2 extruder auger shaft; the outcoming expression on the theoretical research results allows to change the KMZ-2 extruder capacity when processing the material and with increasing the extrusion speed its performance increases accordingly.
Keywords: Extruder productivity, sunflower seeds, fragments of calathidiums and stems, sunflower cake, winding pitch, energy consumption.