Previsione dei consumi energetici per macchine di filatura e tessitura
SET Web consente agli utilizzatori di prevedere i consumi di alcuni (some) tipi di macchinari per filatura e tessitura grazie al modello di prevsione messo a punto dall'istituto di ricerca DITF in collaborazione con ENEA nel progetto SET.
The application was born to check the performance of existing machines according to the different workloads that are usual in a real factory environment against literature data that are embedded on two models (one for spinning and one for weaving).
The demo is in https://www.em2m.enea.it/ESET/performance/DEMO2.asp?Op=0&li=en
The service may be accessed by users that has joint the SET community of firms that share anonimous data about their energy consumption): more info at https://www.em2m.enea.it/ESET/imple/pgcl.asp?lingua=en&p=631
SET WEB offers two reliable energy benchmark models, mainly for the textile processing stages spinning and weaving. These Web applications allow the evaluation of the expected consumption on a machine/technology based approach. The set-up of these models was very challenging because of the fact, that every textile process itself, and consequently its energy consumption, depends on many parameters. Regarding the spinning process it is absolutely essential to mention all relevant parameters influencing the energy consumption. Otherwise false and deceptive benchmark statements are the result. For example, higher consumption for one production of kg 100% cotton yarn, does not mean that this production is worse than another consuming less without knowing the relevant technical parameters of the product and the underlying spinning process. Different production technologies and yarn counts might be very different and lead to different consumptions. This is just to expose the importance of considering all relevant energy influencing factors.
The same course of action was used to develop a model for the process stage weaving. In advance all energy influencing parameters in weaving were defined. In the field of weaving it was possible to develop a product independant benchmark model using a generic measure, the so called 'weft insertion meter'. This generic parameter enables the correct consumption comparison for very different products. Attention has to be payed when another process energylike compressed air is needed for the production, as for air-jet weaving frames. However this problem was also professionally challenged applying a dedicated air-jet weaving model.
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