Kosona Chriv

Kosona Chriv

  • Adalidda

  • Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh
Model Design and Simulation of Automatic Sorting Machine using Proximity Sensor

Authors: Bankole I. Oladapo,V.A. Balogun, A.O.M. Adeoye, C.O. Ijagbemi, Afolabi S., Oluwole, I.A. Daniyan, A. Esoso Aghor, Asanta P. Simeon

Journal Title: Engineering Science and Technology, an International Journal

Publisher: Elsevier

Society/Institution: Karabuk University

The automatic sorting system has been reported to be complex and a global problem. This is because of the inability of sorting machines to incorporate flexibility in their design concept. This research therefore designed and developed an automated sorting object of a conveyor belt. The developed automated sorting machine is able to incorporate flexibility and separate species of non-ferrous metal objects and at the same time move objects automatically to the basket as defined by the regulation of the Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) with a capacitive proximity sensor to detect a value range of objects. The result obtained shows that plastic, wood, and steel were sorted into their respective and correct position with an average, sorting, time of 9.903 s, 14.072 s and 18.648 s respectively. The proposed developed model of this research could be adopted at any institution or industries, whose practices are based on mechatronics engineering systems. This is to guide the industrial sector in sorting of object and teaching aid to institutions and hence produce the list of classified materials according to the enabled sorting program commands.

Photo: Result of automatic sorting of objects on a conveyor belt on the complete model system (credits: Bankole I. Oladapo,V.A. Balogun, A.O.M. Adeoye, C.O. Ijagbemi, Afolabi S., Oluwole, I.A. Daniyan, A. Esoso Aghor, Asanta P. Simeon )
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Kosona Chriv
Kosona Chriv