of thin layer solar drying of sultana grapes Energy 2001 13 Lund H Mathiesen BV Energy system analysis of renewable energy systems-The case of Denmark in years 2030 and 2050 Energy 2009 14 Toor SS Rosendahl L Rudolf A Hydrothermal liquefaction of biomass: a review of subcritical water technologies Energy 2011 15 Dec 12 2019The primary objective of this study is to present modeling analysis of kinetics D eff E a SEC energy and exergy analysis of thin‐layer drying of quince fruit at different conditions in a hot air dryer It is believed that such a study will contribute to quince fruit producers by removing their problems related to energy and exergy

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The drying behavior and drying calculations for design and optimization of grain drying were facilitated by the evaluation of drying kinetics Drying kinetics were established for the VMD and OD process based on a thin-layer drying approach Consequently a 0 5 cm thin layer of fresh BSG samples (about 5 g) was taken in a clean pre-weighed dish

Most food materials are dried by thin layer drying (Koua et al 2013) Thin layer drying (TLD) means to dry one layer of sample particle or slice (Akpinar 2006) and it forms the basis on which drying properties of foods are studied since each food has unique characteristics (Mwithiga

Energy and exergy analyses of thin layer drying of mulberry in a forced solar dryer Energy Elsevier vol 35(4) pages 1754-1763 Tiwari Sumit Tiwari G N 2016 Exergoeconomic analysis of photovoltaic-thermal (PVT) mixed mode greenhouse solar dryer Energy Elsevier vol 114(C) pages 155-164

Downloadable (with restrictions)! This paper is concerned with the energy and exergy analyses of the drying process of shelled and unshelled pistachios using a solar drying cabinet Using the first law of thermodynamics energy analysis was carried to estimate the amounts of energy gained from solar air collectors and the ratios of energy utilization

May 19 2015In the present communication a newly designed single slope photovoltaic thermal (PVT) roof type greenhouse dryer was studied The numbers of fans have been optimized for the drying purpose in force mode In order to optimize the number of fans for PVT roof type greenhouse dryer experiments have been performed with varying the number of fans in

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The total energy consumption (E T) was defined as the sum of the electrical energy consumed during drying process and included the energy used to heat the air (E H) energy to drive fan (E F) energy to drive the conveyor (E C) and energy used in the infrared heaters (E IR) This energy was measured using a digital electric counter (Kaan type

The drying behavior and drying calculations for design and optimization of grain drying were facilitated by the evaluation of drying kinetics Drying kinetics were established for the VMD and OD process based on a thin-layer drying approach Consequently a 0 5 cm thin layer of fresh BSG samples (about 5 g) was taken in a clean pre-weighed dish

Specific energy consumption varied from 7 79 to 10 02 8 59 to 10 77 and 9 57 to16 20 to MJ/kg water evaporated for 3 6 and 9 mm respectively The values of exergy loss were found to be in the range of 5 90 and 14 39 MJ/kg water and decreased as the microwave power increased and slice thickness decreased

Corzo O Bracho N Vasquez A Pereira A (2008) Energy and exergy analyses of thin layer drying of coroba slices J Food Eng 86:151–161 CrossRef Google Scholar Crank J (1975) Mathematics of diffusions 2nd ed Oxford University Press London Google Scholar

Aug 19 2009Solar tunnel drying method is an effective alternative to traditional open sun drying where retention of curcumin volatile oil and oleoresin was high with less drying time The study also disclosed the importance of pre‐drying and post‐drying treatments and hygienic practices to be adopted during processing

Jun 16 2010This article is concerned with the energy and exergy analyses of the continuous-convection drying of potato slices The first and second laws of thermodynamics were used to calculate the energy and exergy A semi-industrial continuous-band dryer has been designed and used for drying experiments The equipment has a drying chamber of 2 m length and the inlet air used for drying

Feb 05 2012185 International Journal of Energy Engineering 2012 2(5): 184-194 products packed in thin or thick layers 2 Energy Analysis 2 1 Solar Drying of Thin Layers We will apply our study to a representative simple convective solar dryer represented in Figure 1a It is

Energy analysis throughout the solar drying process was estimated on the basis of the first law of thermodynamics whereas exergy analysis during solar drying was determined on the basis of the second law of thermodynamics At an average solar radiation of 540 W/m 2 and a mass flow rate of 0 0778 kg/sec the collector efficiency and drying

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namic analysis of a drying system Energy and exergy analysis using First and Second law of thermodynamics should be performed for finding out the energy interactions and thermodynamic behavior of a drying system [5] The analysis of a dryer should provide a quantitative measure of inefficiencies for a designer to design better systems [6]

energy and exergy analysis of the thin-layer drying of quince fruit via hot air dryer by using the first and second law of thermodynamics The primary objective of this study is to present modeling analy-sis of kinetics eff D E a SEC energy and exergy analysis of thin-layer drying of quince fruit at different conditions in a hot air dryer

Influence of drying conditions on the effective moisture diffusivity energy of activation and energy consumption during the thin-layer drying of berberis fruit (Berberidaceae) Energy Conversion and Management 49(10) 2865-2871

Aug 19 2009Solar tunnel drying method is an effective alternative to traditional open sun drying where retention of curcumin volatile oil and oleoresin was high with less drying time The study also disclosed the importance of pre‐drying and post‐drying treatments and hygienic practices to be adopted during processing

Aug 19 2009Solar tunnel drying method is an effective alternative to traditional open sun drying where retention of curcumin volatile oil and oleoresin was high with less drying time The study also disclosed the importance of pre‐drying and post‐drying treatments and hygienic practices to be adopted during processing

To determine whether the energy used in the drying process has been used optimally in terms of quality the second law of thermodynamics -known as exergy analysis- is used The purpose of this study is to determine the efficiency of the thin layer drying of curcuma slices with exergy analysis

The microwave drying performance of lignite thin layer in a bench-scale setup was highlighted in terms of three additives with 10% dosage The dielectric loss for dried lignite raw lignite lignite/coal fly ash lignite/Na ₂SO ₄ and lignite/Na ₂CO

The microwave drying performance of lignite thin layer in a bench-scale setup was highlighted in terms of three additives with 10% dosage The dielectric loss for dried lignite raw lignite lignite/coal fly ash lignite/Na ₂SO ₄ and lignite/Na ₂CO

The drying behavior and drying calculations for design and optimization of grain drying were facilitated by the evaluation of drying kinetics Drying kinetics were established for the VMD and OD process based on a thin-layer drying approach Consequently a 0 5 cm thin layer of fresh BSG samples (about 5 g) was taken in a clean pre-weighed dish

process was assessed using energy and exergy analysis methods in this study The drying temperature ranged from 40C to 60C while the drying air velocity varied from 0 5 m/s to 1 5 m/s The higher temperature and lower velocity led to higher exergy and energy efficiencies The exergy efficiency