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Abstract: High intensity drying is used to characterize those situations for which the drying medium is sufficiently above the saturation temperature of water to preclude the existence of a two-phase zone. In the present work, three models are applied to high intensity drying of porous materials. The three models are: (1) a traditional one-equation model that assumes local thermal equilibrium (LTE); (2) a two-equation model that utilizes lumped capacitance assumption to predict the heat transfer to the solid phase; and … Show more

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