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PROYECTO TANQUE DE ENFRIAMIENTO DE LECHE. UNIVERSIDAD DISTRITAL. INGENIERIA MECANICA. AIRE ACONDICIONADO Y REFRIGERACION. PROYECTO N° 1. DISEÑO DE UN TANQUE DE ENFRIAMIENTO PARA LECHE. 1. Objetivo:diseñar una instalación para enfriamiento de leche de ordeño, teniendo en cuenta las siguientes condiciones: 2. Condiciones. temperatura de entrada al sistema: 36°C. Temperatura requerida para refrigeración: entre 2 y 4 °C. Capacidad de producción de la instalación: litros de leche por dia. Horas de ordeño: 5 am y 4 pm. Producción primer ordeño: litros de leche. Producción segundo ordeño: litros de leche. Condiciones ambientales: Lugar Subachoque. Disponibilidad de agua: agua a 18°C. 3. Entregables: 3.1.Memorias de cálculo de la instalación. Incluye: 3.1.1. Planteamiento del problema y alcance del mismo. Normas colombianas e internacionales para enfriamiento de leche. 3.1.2. Cálculos para selección de los equipos: preenfriador de placas, compresor, condensador, evaporador, válvula de expansión o tubo capilar. Tubería de conducción de refrigerante desde la unidad compresora hasta las unidades de condensación y de allí hasta el evaporador. Tuberia, sistema a de lavado del tanque, sistemas auxiliares. Incluir fuentes consultadas con referencia de los catálogos utilizados para la selección de cada componente. 3.1.3. Plano de la instalación con la localización de los equipos, dimensiones de la bodega, vistas de planta y alzada o las que considere necesarias. Solamente se debe incluír el plano del cuarto de máquinas.
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4. Bibliografia. Manual tanque de enfriamiento. Libro tanques de enfriamiento banco de la republica- 5. Anexos de interés. 5.1.Hoja de requerimientos. RTE4309A Design and install on-farm milk cooling and storage Unit Descriptor This competency standard covers the process of identifying the relevant key factors in the design and installation of farm milk cooling and storage equipment to meet year round needs of the dairy, given fluctuating seasonal conditions and inputs. It includes the skills to maintain the cooling and storage system and a demonstrated knowledge of the planning process including the variables that affect the correct selection of this equipment. ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA 1 . Determine cooling and storage system requirement s 1. Available water supply is identified and analysed in line with cooling requirements for quality and quantity. 2. Components of the on-farm dairy milk cooling and storage requirements are identified to meetstandard industry guidelines and herd and dairy factory needs. 3. Design considerations, including the siting of components, are identified and recorded. 4. OHS hazards are identified and risks assessed in line with workplace OHS and industry standards and reported to the supervisor.
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