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Design Considerations for the Construction and Operation of Feed Milling Facilities. Part II: Process Engineering Considerations

Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan

Citation:  Paper number  044144,  2004 ASAE Annual Meeting . (doi: 10.13031/2013.17102) @2004
Authors:   Kurt A. Rosentrater, Gregory D. Williams
Keywords:   Facility Design, Feed Mills, Process Engineering

Feed milling facilities represent an important segment of our food production system, because they manufacture the majority of products used to meet the nutritional needs of livestock in our meat supply chain. Agri-industrial facilities such as feed mills have a number of unique design requirements. In an effort to summarize state of the art design procedures for feed milling facilities constructed in North America, an overview of these procedures and accepted standards has been assembled. Specifically, this paper focuses on process engineering considerations. Consequently, engineers and designers should become familiar with the distinctive design process for these facilities and develop an appropriate reference base from which to work.

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