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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 8, Issue 2 (2019)

Performance evaluation and energy consumption analysis of dairy industry by milk pasteurization

Author(s):

Balwant Singh, Suresh Chandra, Sunil, Tarun Kumar, Ratnesh Kumar, Vikrant Kumar, Vipul Chaudhary and Rahul Kumar

Abstract:
Energy audit provides the route that helps to get better utilization out of the available resources. The need is to evolve the right strategy for energy saving measures to achieve economical and environmental benefits. Also energy saving is as good as environment saving. Conducting Energy Audit in dairies is not the suppressing the demand for energy use, but providing ways for efficient use of energy and steep rejection of its wastage. Energy is a decisive component of dairy industry. Dairy industry depends on fossil fuels for energy supply. Pasteurization is a relatively mild heat treatment, in which food is heated below 100°C. The aim of experiment was to investigate average quantity of milk, electricity consumption in per day. The data was analyzed of November 2016, December 2016, and January 2017 for New Alfa pasteurizer. The highest average quantity of milk, electricity consumption and thermal energy in shift B of November was 523.87 kg., 17.48 (KW) and 159.45(KJ×103) respectively. The lowest average quantity of milk, electricity consumption and thermal energy in shift A of November was 488.67 kg., 16.37 (KW) and 140.24 (KJ×103). Followed by The highest average quantity of milk, electricity and thermal energy consumption in December was 331.05 kg., 11.05 (KW) and 91.74 (KJ×103) in shift B and the lowest collection of milk 141.46 kg., Electricity consumption average 4.65 (KW) and thermal energy consumption 38.64 (KJ×103) in shift A of New Alfa pasteurizer. New Alfa pasteurizer’s highest average quantity of milk in January (2017), 703.92 kg., electricity consumption average was 23.49 (KW) and thermal energy consumption 197.12 (KJ×103) in shift B while lowest average collection of milk, electricity, and thermal energy consumption was 396.67 kg., 13.24 (KW) and 111.04 (KJ×103) in shift A respectively.

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How to cite this article:
Balwant Singh, Suresh Chandra, Sunil, Tarun Kumar, Ratnesh Kumar, Vikrant Kumar, Vipul Chaudhary and Rahul Kumar. Performance evaluation and energy consumption analysis of dairy industry by milk pasteurization. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(2):2236-2240.

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