Istrazivanja i projektovanja za privreduJournal of Applied Engineering Science


ISSN: 1451-4117

E-ISSN: 1821-31977
Volume 2 number 4 - 5, pages: 67 - 74

Aleksandar Maric 
DP “ Branko Perišić” Kruševac , Serbia

Srecko Curcic 
Faculty of Technical Sciences Čačak, Serbia

The line for bread production can function properly only if the production – technological process is carried out completely. Namely, bread production cannot “stand“ interruption, so the planned quantity of products must be produced every day. Thus, successful line functioning is very important during exploitation. However, some machines in “special “ mode of operation can be omitted from the production process, or substituted by other machines, but the production capacity and bread quality remain satisfactory. Automatic line for bread production installed in D.P. “Branko Perišić“ in Kruševac served as an example in this work where I have suggested the definite ways how to realize the function of aim of the line in those circumstances, taking into consideration the basic parameters of the line.

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