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The results of research pneumatic electromagnetic pulsator combined with collector

    Petro Yatsunskyi   Affiliation

Abstract

This article demonstrates the results of experimental research one of the pulsators. Its main difference from others is a pneumatic electromagnetic pulsator in combination with a collector. Therefore, this article describes in detail the process of studying the pulsator. The planned experiment was carried out on by Factorial experiments with multiple factors. The influence of factors (the ripple frequency n, the milk ejection q and the ratio between strokes t/T) on the vacuum pressure in the inter wall chamber of teat cups was studied. The regression equation of the dependence response criterion on factors is modeled. This dependence is demonstrated graphically. Also there is a contour graph which is for more detailed information.


Article in English.


Pneumatinio elektromagnetinio pulsatoriaus su kolektoriumi tyrimo rezultatai


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Šiame straipsnyje yra pateikti vieno iš pulsatoriaus eksperimentinio tyrimo rezultatai. Esminis išskirtinis šio pulsatoriaus bruožas – kolektoriaus buvimas. Buvo atliktas išsamus faktorinis eksperimentas. Tiriamas tokių faktorių, kaip pulsacijų dažnio n, pieno išskyrimo q ir taktų santykio t/T, poveikis vakuuminiam spaudimui vidinėje melžimo mašinos kameros sienelėje. Buvo suformuluota regresinė lygtis, vaizduojanti faktorių priklausomybės atsako kriterijų. Ši priklausomybė pavaizduota grafiškai. Taip pat yra pridėtas kontūrinis grafikas detalesnei informacijai pademonstruoti.


Reikšminiai žodžiai: melžimo mašina, pulsatorius, elektromagnetinis pulsatorius, kolektorius, vakuuminis spaudimas, pulsacijos dažnis, išmesta pieno masė, faktoriai.

Keyword : milking machine, pulsator, electromagnetic pulsator, collector, vacuum pressure, ripple frequency, milk ejection, factors

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Yatsunskyi, P. (2022). The results of research pneumatic electromagnetic pulsator combined with collector. Mokslas – Lietuvos Ateitis / Science – Future of Lithuania, 14. https://doi.org/10.3846/mla.2022.15162
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