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Drying of food - SlideShare

16/05/2015  PURPOSES OF DRYING In food technology, drying is carried out for one or more of the following reasons: 1. To avoid or eliminate moisture which may lead to corrosion and decrease the product stability. 2. To improve or keep the good properties of a material, e.g. flow ability, compressibility.

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Drying of food - SlideShare

09/12/2017  Drying Temperature- This varies with food and the method of drying, greater the temperature difference between heating medium and food, greater the rate of heat transfer 2. Relative Humidity of air- Sorption characteristic of food to be dried should be known, as EMC is the lowest moisture content that can be achieved under given set of temperature and humidity

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Principles and methods of preservation by drying -

24/04/2017  CHANGES DURING DRYING: Food materials do not have perfect elasticity and water is no removed evenly throughout food as it is dried and causes shrinkage. Due to high surface temperature and unbalanced drying, dry skin will form and causes case hardening. Enzymatic browning of products due to poor blanching. Caramelization of sugars due to

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Spray drying pdf In food industry. - SlideShare

20/02/2019  Spray drying pdf In food industry. 1. SPRAY DRYINGI N F O O D I N D U S T R Y powder Liquid/slurry Pallavi B.S 2. A SPRAY DRYER, as the name implies, is a device for drying, utilizing a spray. • Spray drying is a one-step continuous unit operation that employs liquid atomization to produce droplets that are dried to individual particles when moved in a hot

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Spray drying food preservation - slideshare

SPRAY DRYING A dehydration method used to preserve the liquid/slurry food in powder form (10 - 100µm). More simpler, less expensive and faster process than fre

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Drying of food - SlideShare

PURPOSES OF DRYING In food technology, drying is carried out for one or more of the following reasons: 1. To avoid or eliminate moisture which may lead to corrosion and decrease the product stability. 2. To improve or keep the good

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Drying of food - SlideShare

Drying Temperature- This varies with food and the method of drying, greater the temperature difference between heating medium and food, greater the rate of heat transfer 2. Relative Humidity of air- Sorption characteristic of food to be dried

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Principles and methods of preservation by drying - SlideShare

24/04/2017  CHANGES DURING DRYING: Food materials do not have perfect elasticity and water is no removed evenly throughout food as it is dried and causes shrinkage. Due to high surface temperature and unbalanced drying, dry skin

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Drying - SlideShare

27/02/2013  Primary drying (sublimation drying) are performed at low temperature and vacuum. The drying progresses gradually from the surface to the center of the products. The pores or channels formed by the sublimation ice become the ways of vapor to escape. The boundary between drying layer and frozen layer is known as the sublimation interface. The temperature

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Spray drying food preservation - slideshare

SPRAY DRYING A dehydration method used to preserve the liquid/slurry food in powder form (10 - 100µm). More simpler, less expensive and faster process than fre

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The Drying of Foods and Its Effect on the Physical ... - IJFE

mechanisms, such as the vapour pressures of the food and of the drying air, temperature and air velocity, moisture diffusion in the product, thickness and surface exposed for drying [1]. Drying involves the use of heat to vaporize the water present in the food, and also the removal of the water vapour from the food surface. Hence, it combines heat and mass transfer for which

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Application of Drying Techniques in Food Processing - IJCMAS

08/08/2019  Food drying is method of food preservation in which food is dried (dehydrated or desiccated). Drying inhibits the growth of bacteria, yeasts and mould through the removal of water. Water is traditionally removed through evaporation (air drying, sun drying, smoking or wind drying), although today electric food dehydrators or freeze – drying can be used to

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FDNT 221: Types of Drying - Indian Agricultural Statistics ...

Drying the food product under natural sunny conditions is called as sun drying. No energy is required for the drying process. To practice sun drying of foods, hot days are desirable with minimum temperatures of 35°C with low humidity. Poor quality produce can not be used for natural drying to achieve good quality dried product. The lower limit of moisture content by

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Chapter 6 DRYING - Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

especially for food Wet solid Dried solid Water vapor. General Methods of Drying Batch – material is inserted into the drying equipment and drying proceeds for a given period of time Continuous – material is continuously added to the dryer and dried material continuously removed Drying is categorized according to physical conditions used to remove water 9Direct contact

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Drying in food industry - Efficiency Finder

Types of drying equipment: (BAT in the Food, Drink and Milk Industries, June 2005 and Operations in Food Processing - the Web Edition, R. L. EARLE, 1983) Spray dryers: In spray drying, the material to be dried is suspended in air, i.e. the liquid is converted into a fog-like mist (atomised), providing a large surface area. The atomised liquid is exposed to a flow of hot air

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Drying of food - SlideShare

PURPOSES OF DRYING In food technology, drying is carried out for one or more of the following reasons: 1. To avoid or eliminate moisture which may lead to corrosion and decrease the product stability. 2. To improve or keep the good

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Drying of food - SlideShare

Drying Temperature- This varies with food and the method of drying, greater the temperature difference between heating medium and food, greater the rate of heat transfer 2. Relative Humidity of air- Sorption characteristic of food to be dried

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Dehydration - SlideShare

A cabinet dryer is being used to dry a food product from 68% moisture content (wet basis) to 5.5% moisture content (wet basis). The drying air enters the system at 54°C and 10% RH and leaves at 30°C and 70% RH. The product temperature is 25°C throughout drying. Compute the quantity of air required for drying on the basis of 1 kg of product solids. 7. A product enters a

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The Drying of Foods and Its Effect on the Physical ... - IJFE

mechanisms, such as the vapour pressures of the food and of the drying air, temperature and air velocity, moisture diffusion in the product, thickness and surface exposed for drying [1]. Drying involves the use of heat to vaporize the water present in the food, and also the removal of the water vapour from the food surface. Hence, it combines heat and mass transfer for which

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Drying in food industry - Efficiency Finder

Types of drying equipment: (BAT in the Food, Drink and Milk Industries, June 2005 and Operations in Food Processing - the Web Edition, R. L. EARLE, 1983) Spray dryers: In spray drying, the material to be dried is suspended in air, i.e. the liquid is converted into a fog-like mist (atomised), providing a large surface area. The atomised liquid is exposed to a flow of hot air

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which is an important factor in the drying cycle of food ...

During drying process the control of air temperature and its circulation in the system is important. If temperature is too low and humidity is too high, the food will dry more slowly and microbial growth may occur. Conversely, if the temperature is too high in the beginning, a hard shell will develop on the surface of the food which will prevent the removal of moisture from the interior ...

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PHT 321: Factors affecting dehydration

The mixing action moves food away from the drying air and then allows time for moisture to move from the interior of the pieces to dry the surface. The moisture is then rapidly evaporated when the food again contacts the hot air. The drier operates in two stages to 50-60 % moisture and then to 15-20 % moisture content. Final finishing of dried product is carried out in bin driers.

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Sun drying - IRRI Rice Knowledge Bank

To improve sun drying: Spread the grains in thin layers of ideally 2–4 cm. Very thin layers tend to heat up very quickly with a negative effect on head rice recovery. If layers are too thick, a large moisture gradient develops with dry grains on the top and wet grains on the bottom, which re-absorbs moisture after mixing, resulting in cracked grains. Turn or stir the grain every 30

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SOLAR DRYING - EOLSS

Solar energy is an obvious energy source for drying various products, particularly food crops. Many crops are harvested in the summer months and are usually dried at temperatures below 70 0C - a temperature which can be readily attained by solar technology. The growers dry many crops at the point of production themselves so there is usually adequate land area available

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Microwave Drying - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Microwave drying (Figure 10) is extensively used to dry food materials due to the high drying rate and uniform drying (Nair et al., 2011). Microwave drying can also improve the quality of some food materials. Microwave drying can enhance the drying rate during falling rate period (final stage of drying). During falling rate period, conventional drying results in the shrinkage

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