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Economical utilization of hot water - an important precondition for an efficient utilization of waste heat in milk cooling

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Abstract

Indispensable both in the field of hydroecological and energy policies is the economical utilization of hot water. Hydroecological process analyses in specialized dairy cattle plants have shown that the specific mean annual abstraction of hot water (50/sup 0/C) may be reduced to 14 l per cow and per day. The proportionate contribution of different operational sectors and methods to arrive at the standards are pointed out. Economizing dairy cattly plants reducing hot water consumption as indicated and reaching average milking outputs of >= 1 l per cow and per day may thus bridge the summer season by heat recovery processes producing a sufficient quantity of hot water and allowing a shutdown of all heating units. At present the majority of dairy cattle plants cannot yet dispense with supplementary water during the remaining months. The hot water consumption rate is highest at the end of shifts. In double-shifted dairy cattle plants the estimated maximum hourly consumption amounts to 12 per cent of the average daily consumption. (orig.).
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Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1985
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
DE-85-014592; EDB-86-016836
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Agrartechnik; (German Democratic Republic); Journal Volume: 35:3
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; AGRICULTURE; HEAT RECOVERY; COOLING; DIAGRAMS; ENERGY CONSERVATION; HOT WATER; MILK; TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE; WATER HEATERS; APPLIANCES; BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS; BODY FLUIDS; ENERGY RECOVERY; FOOD; HEATERS; HYDROGEN COMPOUNDS; INDUSTRY; MATERIALS; OXYGEN COMPOUNDS; RECOVERY; WATER; 320204* - Energy Conservation, Consumption, & Utilization- Transportation- Sea & Water
OSTI ID:
6272181
Research Organizations:
Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften der DDR, Iden-Rohrbeck. Inst. fuer Rinderproduktion
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
German
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: CODEN: AGRAD
Submitting Site:
HEDB
Size:
Pages: 115-119
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Kaiser, E, and Pflug, C. Economical utilization of hot water - an important precondition for an efficient utilization of waste heat in milk cooling. Germany: N. p., 1985. Web.
Kaiser, E, & Pflug, C. Economical utilization of hot water - an important precondition for an efficient utilization of waste heat in milk cooling. Germany.
Kaiser, E, and Pflug, C. 1985. "Economical utilization of hot water - an important precondition for an efficient utilization of waste heat in milk cooling." Germany.
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title = {Economical utilization of hot water - an important precondition for an efficient utilization of waste heat in milk cooling}
author = {Kaiser, E, and Pflug, C}
abstractNote = {Indispensable both in the field of hydroecological and energy policies is the economical utilization of hot water. Hydroecological process analyses in specialized dairy cattle plants have shown that the specific mean annual abstraction of hot water (50/sup 0/C) may be reduced to 14 l per cow and per day. The proportionate contribution of different operational sectors and methods to arrive at the standards are pointed out. Economizing dairy cattly plants reducing hot water consumption as indicated and reaching average milking outputs of >= 1 l per cow and per day may thus bridge the summer season by heat recovery processes producing a sufficient quantity of hot water and allowing a shutdown of all heating units. At present the majority of dairy cattle plants cannot yet dispense with supplementary water during the remaining months. The hot water consumption rate is highest at the end of shifts. In double-shifted dairy cattle plants the estimated maximum hourly consumption amounts to 12 per cent of the average daily consumption. (orig.).}
journal = {Agrartechnik; (German Democratic Republic)}
volume = {35:3}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Germany}
year = {1985}
month = {Jan}
}