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NPFP Project - Final Workshop: New paradigms for the design, manufacturing and operation of food processing and packaging equipment

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On Tuesday 29 May from 2.30 pm at GAMMA Room – Pavilion 5 (FieraMilano), NPFP project “New paradigms for the design, construction and operation of machines and plants for the food industry” is going to present and discuss the technological innovations developed during the project and applied in the design, construction and operation of machines and plants for the food industry:

Paradigm 1 (P1): “Design and manufacture by new technologies” based on the integrated use of net-shape manufacturing technologies, new materials, unconventional joining technologies

Paradigm 2 (P2): “Process control by processed food properties” based on the integrated use of experimental and numerical methods

Set of “demonstrators” exemplifies concretely technical and economical benefits.

Industries affected by project results: Food (process, packaging, bottling, heat exchanger, automation), Advanced machining (ceramic materials, 3D printing, laser treatments, adhesives, FSW, impulse laser, ultrasonic systems), Regulatory (hygienic design of food machinery and plants – EHEDG)

Project web site: www.npfp.it/en

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NPFP Project - Final Workshop: New paradigms for the design, manufacturing and operation of food processing and packaging equipment

  1. 1. “NPFP” project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund POR-FESR 2014- 2020 of Emilia-Romagna Region www.npfp.it New paradigms for the design, manufacturing and operation of food processing and packaging equipment 14:30 Introduction to “NPFP” Project Prof. Alessandro PIRONDI - Centro Interdipartimentale SITEIA.PARMA, Università di Parma The project aims at developing and applying new paradigms to achieve breakthroughs in the design, construction and operation of machines and plants for the food industry. The new paradigms have been implemented to a pre-industrial demonstration level. PARADIGM 1 DEMONSTRATOR ELEMENTS Aimed at the rationalization of components and cost, increase of yield and of hygienic design 14:45 Rotary manifold used in filling machines Filippo DAZZI - SIDEL 3D printing and bulk ceramic components for improved cleanability and longer maintenance interval 15:00 Filling machine reduced laminar flow tunnel assembled by adhesive bonding and/or Friction Stir Welding Filippo DAZZI - SIDEL Bonding and Friction Stir Welding for the assembly of AISI 316 carpentry as alternatives to TIG welding 15:15 Ultrashort-pulsed-laser textured tunnel and pipe outer surfaces Dott. Gianmarco LAZZINI - Centro Interdipartimentale SITEIA.PARMA Pulsed-laser treatment to increase surface hydrophobicity PARADIGM 2 DEMONSTRATOR ELEMENTS Aimed at modeling and interpretation of the phenomena involved in the physical treatment of food products, for a more efficient and effective automation of food processing 15:30 Corrugated surface heat exchangers Prof. Fabio BOZZOLI - Centro Interdipartimentale SITEIA.PARMA Experimental identification of heat exchange models and optimization 15:45 Twin-screw pasta extruders with optimized performance Prof. Roberto MONTANARI - Centro Interdipartimentale CIPACK Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) models for design and optimization 16:00 “Digital” homogenizer for milk and derivates Ing. Leonardo MAGGI – GEA Mechanica Equipment CFD simulation and real-time direct control of homogenization degree VERIFICATION OF HYGIENE AND SANITARY REQUIREMENTS AND OF PROCESSES QUALITY 16:15 The evaluation of the hygienic design of food-contact materials developed in NPFP project Prof. Davide BARBANTI – Centro Interdipartimentale SITEIA.PARMA Laboratory tests and techniques 29 May 2018, 14.30 – 16:30, Pavilion 5 - GAMMA Room The event is free of charge, limited places available Participants have to send an e-mail to ricerca@confind.emr.it Laboratories and Innovation Centres Participating companies

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