COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION OF THE FUNCTIONING OF CONVEYOR BELTS AUTOMATED SYSTEM CONTROL IN A COMPOUND FEED FACTORY
In order to ensure a leading position on a competitive market with a very diversified demand and offer, every compound feed factory aims to obtain top-quality final products at a low production cost. Therefore, the technological flow activities must be carried out at optimal parameters, avoiding any loss of materials or time.
OneÂ very important activity in this technological flow is the transport of raw materials from the bunkers to the installations for grinding, then for mixing according to the needed recipe and then at the installations for granulation.
To avoid the loss of raw materials on the route or the blockage of conveyor belting, this article presents experimental research done for the computerized simulation in view of the implementation of automatized control devices, based on rotative magnetic sensors which transmit stop signals to the transporting system in case of modification of the normal functioning rythm of that conveyor belt.