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Broadfoot, R; McFeaters, J; Stephenson, R (Sugar Research Australia, 2014)This project aims to develop a highly adaptable 'whole of sugar factory' process model that includes the capability to incorporate a variety of adjunct processing options e.g. cogeneration, biofuel production from molasses, ...
Determine the optimum tube dimensions for Robert evaporators through experimental investigations and CFD modelling: final report 2012/054 Broadfoot, R (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2017)Experimental investigations were undertaken in a single tube pilot evaporator for nine tubes of three different lengths and three different diameters to determine the optimum tube dimensions for Robert evaporators. Heat ...
Develop a blueprint for the introduction of new processing technologies for Australian factories: final report 2015/043 Broadfoot, R; Rackemann, DW; Moller, DJ (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2018)Several overseas factories are using technologies that reduce their process steam consumptions to very low levels, e.g. lower than 32% on cane, which are much lower than achieved by the most steam efficient Australian ...
Developing a new methodology for competency based training courses for shift supervisors in sugar factories: revised final report QUT032 Broadfoot, R (Sugar Research Australia, 2014)The provision of effective training of supervisors and operators is essential if sugar factories are to operate profitably and in an environmentally sustainable and safe manner. The benefits of having supervisor and operator ...
Impact of low pressure vapour on pan stage productivity: Appendix 6 for Develop a blueprint for the introduction of new processing technologies for Australian factories: final report 2015/043 Broadfoot, R (Sugar Research Australia, 2018)Australian pan stages predominantly use large unstirred batch pans which make it difficult to reduce the process steam consumption of the factory to below 38 to 40% on cane, as these pans typically require process steam ...
Broadfoot, R; Dodd, R (2015-06)Pan stage operations have a major influence on the quality of shipment sugar production, the processing efficiency of the centrifugal and dryer stations, the sugar recovery from final molasses and the steam consumption of ...
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