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Application of Reverse Engineering for Modified Anchor Impeller

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One of the processes of wet area is the separation of soybean’s skin using water as its media, with the cycle time is 45.59 minutes. The object of this research is the wet area on Tempe production in Indonesian Tempe House (ITH) at Bogor City to reducing the cycle time by designing soybean peel separator machine. This research was conducted using the reverse engineering method by performing an in-depth analysis of the tools used and developing the existing peel separator equipment based on user needs. Concept screening and concept scoring are done to select one of the best concepts of 48 possible concepts. The result of the selected concept of the soybean peel separator is the need for a propulsion motor as a replacement energy source for the operator's power and the mechanisms for separating skin and soybeans using water force from the bottom of the container. After that, the concept will be done by make a prototype and testing it in Rumah Tempe Indonesia with the result of cycle time is 70.77 minutes for all processes in a wet area, which means the cycle time is decreasing 39%.
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  • Department of Industrial Engineering, Telkom University, Indonesia
  • Department of Industrial Engineering, Telkom University, Indonesia
  • Department of Industrial Engineering, Telkom University, Indonesia
  • Regional Innovation Program Study, Postgraduate Faculty, Universtas Padjadjaran, Indonesia
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