simulasi analisis perancangan pada mesin pemarut batang sagu dengan variabel kerapatan mata pisau
perancangan pada mesin pemarut batang sagu dengan variabel kerapatan mata pisau
Keywords:solidwork, mesin pemarut sagu, mata pisau
AbstractAbstract The sago grater machine is a machine that is used to process sago sticks in the form of blocks into powder as the basic material for making sago flour. This sago processing machine consists of several main components, namely the motor, hopper, sago pusher, filter, chopper blade and pulley. The sago grater engine is planned to use a combustion engine with a power of 5.5 HP, and 1400 RPM rotation, while pressing the sago stem to the grating blade is planned to use a 12V linear motor. In this study, the density of the blade used in the grater of sago stalks has several variants, namely: blade density 1 (D1) = 2.2cm x 1cm, blade density 2 (D2) = 2.2cm x 2cm, density machine blade knife 3 (D3) = 2.2cm x 3cm. The grated powder is carried out in stages to separate the coarse powder and the fine powder. This research is expected to be able to find the effect of rotation, blade density, and compressive force on the sago flour processing machine on the fineness of the grated product and fuel consumption. To simplify the process in a design that will later be developed by displaying a design that is assisted by the presence of a 3D model of the construction display of the simulation tool which is described by simulation. By using the software SolidWorks Version 2018.
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