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Max-Eyth-Allee 100

14469 Potsdam

Germany

Tel. +49 (0)331 5699-0

Email atb@atb-potsdam.de

Coordinating institute

Gentle conservation methods for feed

Flow simulation of grain dryers

High-quality forage is a prerequisite for the safe production of food of animal origin and for safeguarding animal health. 

The development of new methods of feed conservation and the optimizationof existing methods are our key responsibilities with focus on energy-efficient, environmentally safe drying, wet preservation, and storage of feed. Excellent analytical as well as drying facilities at lab and pilot scale are available for product-specific studies. Methodological approaches can be applied to other agricultural products.

 

Current research

  • Wet preservation and storage of grain and feed
  • Microbiological basic research on the development of microbial biocoenoses in silage
  • Modeling of drying processes
  • Development of energy efficient mixed flow dryers for grain
  • Optimized silo control by using sensors for on-line density measurements in horizontal silos

 

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Program events

26. Mai 2011

Kaltes Plasma soll die mikrobiologische Sicherheit von Obst und Gemüse erhöhen

Improved harvesting technology for cucumbers

13 July 2012: ELER-Project of the month  In a joint project together with producers and...

ATB at the International Green Week Berlin

18 - 27 January 2013: At the International Green Week Berlin, ATB contributes with latest...

Program news

Double success: Two awards at two separate conferences in one week

June 19, 2019: Within a week, ATB's doctoral researcher Nandita Keshri was awarded twice for her...

EU-Projekt SHEALTHY gestartet

13. Juni 2019: Obst und Gemüse sollen künftig noch sicherer werden. Das ist das Ziel des...

Press

Präzise und schnell: Neuer Sensor für das Monitoring der Atmungsrate in der Obst- und Gemüselagerung

13. März 2019: Das von WissenschaftlerInnen am Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik und Bioökonomie...

Einfach (und) wirksam: Heißwasserbehandlung bei Fresh-Cut-Äpfeln

5. Feb. 2019: Mit Hilfe einer Heißwasserbehandlung bei 55°C für eine Dauer von 30 bis 60 Sekunden...

Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik und Bioökonomie e.V. · Max-Eyth-Allee 100 · 14469 Potsdam · Germany · Tel. +49 (0)331 5699 0 · E-mail atb@atb-potsdam.de