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Grid Interactive Solar Powered Automated Bottling Plant Using Microcontroller

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Rupal Srivastava

National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur, India
e-mail: 12rupal12@gmail.com

Niraj Kumar

National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur, India
e-mail: nirajmodiece@gmail.com

Anjali Barnwal

National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur, India
e-mail: anjalibarnwal480@gmail.com

Shiva Nand Singh

National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur, India
e-mail: snsingh.ece@nitjsr.ac.in

Abstract

In this study, attempt has been made to develop digital controller using a microcontroller to automate the bottling plant and to make it user-friendly for village entrepreneur of our country to increase the production of bottles filled with edible oils, country liquor alcohol, mustered oils, fruit juice, Jam, and Jelly, etc. In this era of rural industrialization, technological revolution/automation conventional plants with the manual bottle filling system are shrinking day by day due to high cost, low efficiency. As a result, the need for automated machinery is increasing in a very fast manner. To hold out the commitment of timely delivery of product and to meet the demand, hi-tech automated production even in rural areas has become essential. The grid interactive 1kW solar power supply as provided by the rural grid for 24x7days ensures the continuous production of this product. The field of automation has a notable impact in the rural society of our country. The design of the controller for automated bottling plant with limited capacity with 200 bottle capacity per shift in a day using microcontroller ATMEGA32, have been developed. The simulation study of functional and operational test on prototype unit has been performed, and the results have been found an encouraging one. The cost economy of prototype unit has been computed and analyzed, and the impact study has been carried out in rural society.

Keywords

Automatic bottle filling;
Bottling plant system;
Grid interactive solar power supply;
Microcontroller based bottle filling;
Process automation

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Cited as

Rupal Srivastava, Niraj Kumar, Anjali Barnwal and Shiva Nand Singh, “Grid Interactive Solar Powered Automated Bottling Plant Using Microcontroller,” International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 9-14, 2017. https://ijoaem.org/00201-7

 DOI: https://doi.org/10.24999/IJOAEM/02010007

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