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Publikācija: A Simple Tool for Resource Availability Optimization: A Case Study of Dairy Whey Supply for Single Cell Protein and Oil Production in Latvia

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā A Simple Tool for Resource Availability Optimization: A Case Study of Dairy Whey Supply for Single Cell Protein and Oil Production in Latvia
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Autori Krišs Spalviņš
Dagnija Blumberga
Atslēgas vārdi Availability analysis, Biomass supply chain, Dairy waste, Location optimization, Whey
Anotācija Single cell proteins (SCP) and oils (SCO) are promising alternatives for replacing conventional feed ingredients in animal and aquaculture fish feeds. The production costs of SCP and SCO need to be reduced by using inexpensive substrates (production by-products) suitable for cultivation of protein and oil producing microorganisms. This article reviews the availability of milk processing by-product – whey in Latvia, in 2019. Additionally, a simple production plant location optimization model is proposed, where no prior knowledge of location optimization or experience with dedicated software is required from the user. The case study demonstrated that the model is valid, and it can be used as a simple tool for resource acquisition from multiple sources to single production plant.
DOI: 10.15159/AR.20.112
Hipersaite: https://dspace.emu.ee/xmlui/handle/10492/5710 
Atsauce Spalviņš, K., Blumberga, D. A Simple Tool for Resource Availability Optimization: A Case Study of Dairy Whey Supply for Single Cell Protein and Oil Production in Latvia. Agronomy Research, 2020, Vol. 18, No. 2, 1516.-1525.lpp. ISSN 1406-894X. Pieejams: doi:10.15159/AR.20.112
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