2001
DOI: 10.1016/s0963-9969(01)00094-1
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Batch drying of banana pieces — effect of stepwise change in drying air temperature on drying kinetics and product colour

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“…Thus the total air flowrate is 29532 m 3 ·h -1 . If the efficiency from coal to electricity is 40%, compared with literature [2], the energy consumption of proposed system is only 28% of traditional system using coal as energy source. Table. 1 lists the operation parameters of 5 heat pump units which have very different operation conditions.…”
Section: Refrigerant Sidementioning
confidence: 95%
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“…Thus the total air flowrate is 29532 m 3 ·h -1 . If the efficiency from coal to electricity is 40%, compared with literature [2], the energy consumption of proposed system is only 28% of traditional system using coal as energy source. Table. 1 lists the operation parameters of 5 heat pump units which have very different operation conditions.…”
Section: Refrigerant Sidementioning
confidence: 95%
“…In many industrial drying processes, a large fraction of energy is wasted [2]. Currently, coal is the main energy source for drying corn in Northeast China, not only wasting a lot of energy, but also causing serious pollution.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Nonetheless, drying is an energy-intensive process and can easily account for up to 15% of industrial energy use [7]. Consequently, in many industrial drying processes, a large fraction of the energy is wasted [8].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A number of drying methods have been employed and studied, such as air drying (Chua et al, 2001;Nguyen and Price 2007;Prachayawarakorn et al, 2008;Leite et al, 2007), microwave drying (Maskan 2000), osmotic dehydration (Krokida et al, 2000a;, and solar drying (Phoungchandang and Woods 2000); those studies have focused on modelling the drying process, or determining the effects of various parameters on the final product.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%