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*Ogunjirin O. A., Bello M. K., Oladipo N. O. and R. O. Jimoh


The need to redesign the NCAM motorized cassava grater became imperative upon discovery that the existing motorized NCAM developed grating machine splashes grated mash on the operator, not portable, as it was too heavy to be transported from a location to the other using motorcycle. The hopper was therefore redesigned and further scaled down for ease of transportation with motorcycle on the farm. The design gave birth to an affordable and portable cassava grating machine. The performance evaluation revealed that using a 9HP petrol engine at a speed 78.40 rpm to run the cassava grater gives an output capacity of 2.0 tons/day at 84% efficiency. This is in addition to its portability and elimination of splashing of grated cassava mash on the operator.

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