Sugar Y Azucar

1975
Sugar Y Azucar
Australia_s Research Institute Doubling Computer Capacity --------------. 1975.  The Sugar Research Institute in Mackay, Queensland purchased a new computer, an IBM System/370 Model 115. The computer will be used for data processing associated with the development of a computer model of an entire sugar factory, a project which is designed to take much of... Read More
1976
Sugar Y Azucar
Labor-Intensive Technologies in Sugar Production, an Economic Evaluation Forsyth, D.J.C.  1976.  The article reports in brief the result of a major program of applied research on the economics of sugar making technology, directed specifically at making a comprehensive and definitive evaluation of earlier recommendations that labor-intensive techniques were... Read More
1976
Sugar Y Azucar
Causes of Color Formation and the Clarification Station and Influence of Bagacillo in Raw Juice on Resulting Crystal Color Suzor, N.L.C.  1976.  A survey and assessment conducted on the process occurrences and malfunctions contributing to the high penalty rates sustained by the crystal color of the raw sugar produced at Honokaa. The research indicates the... Read More
1976
Sugar Y Azucar
Application of the Continuous Vacuum Pan to the Third Strikes Riviere, M. and Pithois, P.  1976.  A continuous vacuum pan was installed by Fives-Cail Babcock at the Quartier Francais Sugar Factory, Reunion, during the 1973 crushing season. In these experiments, the B and C sugars are mingled with runoffs from strikes of higher purities constituting magmas... Read More
1976
Sugar Y Azucar
Application of Statistical Methods as Used in Experiments for the Evaluation of Flocculants Jones, E.G. and Lopez-Oña, J.V.  1976.  A statistical approach to experiments in a sugar refinery will frequently force a more complete and comprehensive evaluation of the experimental objectives, and lead to a more precise experiment that would otherwise have been... Read More