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Volume 329, 2020International Conference on Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment: Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (ICMTMTE 2020)
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|Published online||26 November 2020|
A biotechnological system of root crops preparation for farm animals
1 Tambov State Technical University, 392000, Sovetskaya st., 106, Tambov, Russia
2 Tambov State Tambov State University named after G.R. Derzhavin, 392000, Internatsionalnaya st., 33, Tambov, Russia
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It is known that the modern approach to studying complex, multidimensional and interrelated physical or biochemical systems is using system analysis with mathematical modeling methods for describing quantitative laws at all levels of hierarchy. Preliminary analysis has shown that a livestock breeding complex as a whole or any separate technological process can be considered as a multi-level system. In this case, a more complex system is determined not by a larger number of its elements, but by complexity of their properties and relationships at different stages (or levels) of the hierarchical structure. It was determined, that the developed approach to analyzing technological lines for delivery and preparation of root crops allows to consider and solve not only the problem of optimal functioning of the system in producing target products from technical and economic standpoints, but also to establish rational links of the system with the external environment, that is, to assess its environmental efficiency. Therefore, this task becomes the most relevant in developing new technologies and structural schemes aimed at creating low-waste or non- waste production lines with the maximum use of raw materials and energy resources within the system.
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