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CLOSE THIS BOOKSmall-Scale Oil Extraction from Groundnuts and Copra (ILO - WEP, 1983, 128 p.)
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTAcknowledgements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTPreface
CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTI.1 Scope of the memorandum
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI.2. Oilseeds considered in the memorandum
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI.3. Technologies covered by the memorandum and target audience
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI.4. Summary of remaining chapters
CHAPTER II. PRE-PROCESSING OF COCONUTS AND GROUNDNUTS
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II.1. Raw materials
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.1.1. Copra
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.1.2. Groundnuts
II.2 Pre-processing of coconuts
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.2.1 Harvesting
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.2.2 Husking
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.2.3 Shelling
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.2.4 Drying
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.2.5 Bagging
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.2.6 Storage
II.3. Pre-processing of groundnuts
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.3.1. Harvesting
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.3.2. Field drying
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.3.3. Shelling
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.3.4. Bagging
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.3.5. Storage
CHAPTER III. OIL EXTRACTION FROM GROUNDNUTS AND COPRA
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III.1: Power ghani mill
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.1.1. Pretreatment stages
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.1.2. Oil extraction by pressing
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.1.3. Post-treatment stages
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.1.4. Ancillary stages
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.1.5. Equipment
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.1.6. Daily requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.1.7. Labour requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.1.8. Layout of operations
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.1.9. Daily output
III.2. Baby expeller mill
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.2.1. Pretreatment stages
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.2.2. Oil extraction by pressing
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.2.4. Ancillary stages
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.2.5. Equipment
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.2.6. Daily requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.2.7. Labour requirements
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III.3. Small package expeller mill
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.3.1. Pretreatment stages
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.3.2. Oil extraction by pressing
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.3.3. Post-treatment stages
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.3.4. Ancillary stages
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.3.5. Equipment
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.3.6. Daily requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.3.7. Labour requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.3.8. Layout of operations
III.4. Medium and large expeller mills, solvent extraction plants and wet-processing plants
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.4.1. Medium expeller mills
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.4.2. Large expeller mills
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.4.3. Solvent extraction plants
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.4.4. Wet-processing (for copra only)
CHAPTER IV. ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF OIL PROCESSING
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.1. Methodological framework for the estimation of production costs and revenues
IV.2. Assumptions made in economic evaluation of alternative oil extraction technologies
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.2.1. Fixed investment cost factors
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.2.2. Interest rates and discount factors1
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.2.3. Raw material prices
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.2.4. Annual cost of various inputs used in oil extraction and packaging
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.2.5. Wages
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.2.6. Product prices
IV.3. Case study: two-ghani-power mill
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.3.1. Two-ghani (power) unit mill: oil extraction from copra
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.3.2. Two-ghani (power) unit mill: oil extraction from groundnuts
IV.4. Economic comparison of alternative oil extraction technologies
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.4.1. Total investment costs
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.4.2. Annual costs and revenues
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.4.3. Annual gross profits
IV.5. Break-even prices of raw materials and oil
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.5.1. Break-even prices of raw materials
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.5.2. Break-even prices of oil
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.5.3. Concluding remarks on raw materials and oil prices
CHAPTER V. SOCIO-ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVE OIL EXTRACTION TECHNOLOGIES
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTV.1. Employment impact
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV.2. Skills requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV.3. Investment and foreign exchange costs
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV.4. Multiplier effects
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV.5. Energy and water requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV.6. Suggested policy measures for the promotion of suitable oil extraction technologies
APPENDICES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix. I: Present worth of an annuity factor
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix II: Equipment manufacturers
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix III: List of institutions and agencies involved in oil extraction
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix IV: List of directories which provide information on equipment manufacturers
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix V: Selected list of journals on oil extraction
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix VI: Selected bibliography
VIEW THE DOCUMENTOther ILO publications
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