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Modelling and optimisation of vacuum collection system for cruise ship kitchen garbage


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Pollution of the marine environment by ship garbage is an urgent problem to be solved at home and abroad. The ship kitchen garbage vacuum collection system is a new environmental protection scheme for garbage disposal. It has many advantages, such as using a pipeline instead of manual operation, creating high-level sanitary conditions, realising completely closed garbage collection and transportation, eliminating cross-pollution, saving space and so on. In this paper, the system is modelled, and the calculation of pipeline pressure loss, the vacuum degree of the vacuum tank and the energy consumption of the system are briefly introduced. In order to reduce the energy consumption, an algorithm for the emptying and discharging port is presented. In order to solve the problem of optimising relevant parameters, the vacuum transport mechanism of garbage is studied based on an optimisation model of the pipe network, and the experimental platform of a simulation device is set up. In engineering, this is of great significance to the design of cruise ship garbage collection and treatment systems and the development of supporting technology

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  • Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, No.2 Mengxi Road, Jingkou District, 212003 Zhenjiang, China
  • Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, No.2 Mengxi Road, Jingkou District, 212003 Zhenjiang, China
  • Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, No.2 Mengxi Road, Jingkou District, 212003 Zhenjiang, China
  • Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, No.2 Mengxi Road, Jingkou District, 212003 Zhenjiang, China


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