Drying air temperatures and air velocity were observed in the range of 55 C–68 C and 0 7 m/s–1 4 m/s respectively in the drying experiments It is seen that the moisture content of the turmeric is reduced from 77% to 11 93% in 22 h when compared with open sun drying which required 60 h for the same reduction in the moisture content Energy exergy analysis of thinlayer drying of mulberry in a forced solar dryer Energy 35(4) 1754-1763 Energy and exergy analyses of thin layer drying of coroba slices Journal of Food Engineering 86(2) 151–161 Dincer I and Sahin A Z 2004 A new model for thermodynamic analysis of a drying process International Journal of Heat

Thermodynamic analysis of strawberry drying process in a

In this paper thermodynamic analysis of the thin layer drying process of strawberry are investigated Drying experiments were conducted at inlet drying air temperatures of 60 75 and 85 C and at drying air velocities of 0 5 1 and few papers are on energy and exergy analyses of drying systems and processes of fruits and vegetables 1 7 9

A R Celma F Cuadros Energy and exergy analyses of OMW solar drying process Renew Energy 34 (2009) 660e666 [11] A Akbulut A Durmus Energy and exergy analyses of thin layer drying of mulberry in a forced solar dryer Energy 35 (2010) 1754e1763 [12]

In this paper thermodynamic analysis of the thin layer drying process of strawberry are investigated Drying experiments were conducted at inlet drying air temperatures of 60 75 and 85 C and at drying air velocities of 0 5 1 and few papers are on energy and exergy analyses of drying systems and processes of fruits and vegetables 1 7 9

Abstract Energy and exergy analyses of thin-layer drying of sour pomegranate arils with microwave treatment were conducted in this research Three levels of air temperature (50 60 and 70 C) and air velocity (0 5 1 and 1 5 m/s) were tested for evaluation of dryer parameters

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 efficiency and moisture diffusivity of apple slices

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

An exergetic analysis of three basic types of solar drying systems is presented The analysis is used to find the available useful energy and the quality of energy that is obtainable from the dryers The dryers were installed side by side and tested simultaneously to eliminate influence of solar radiation and environmental changes in comparing their performances

The use of solar energy in recent years had reached a remarkable edge The continuous research for an alternative power source due to the perceived scarcity of fuel fossils is its driving force It had become even more popular as the cost of fossil fuel continues to rise Of all the renewable sources of energy available solar energy is the most abundant one and is available in both direct as

Abstract In this paper the energy and exergy analyses of the drying process of thin layer of eggplant slices are investigated Drying experiments were conducted at inlet temperatures of drying air of 55 65 and 75C and at drying air velocities of 1 and 1 5 ms-1 in a cyclone type dryer Using the first law of thermodynamics energy analysis was carried to estimate the ratios of energy

Jun 29 2020In the present work the first and second laws of thermodynamics were used to perform energy and exergy analyses for deep bed drying of paddy in a convective dryer Also the equivalent specific CO2 emission was assessed Drying experiments were carried out at drying air temperatures of 40 50 and 60 C and air flow rates of 0 008 0 012 and 0 017 m3 s−1

Abstract - Different aspects of soybean drying such as energy and exergy analyses quality mass transfer parameters and modeling of drying kinetics were investigated in a microwave dryer samples were uniformly spread in a thin layer (thick-ness of layer ≈ 2 cm) on the tray and dried to around 0 12910 009 moisture content (kg water/kg dry

Akpinar (2011) reported energy and exergy analysis of solar drying of parsley leaves and the variations of exergy input exergy loss and exergy output with drying time Exergy efficiency was found to vary between 35 76 and 86 79% for the cabinet and it increased with time

Abstrak This paper is concerned with the energy and exergy analyses of the thin layer drying process of temu putih (Curcuma zedoaria (Berg ) Rosc) at three different air temperatures (40 50 and 60 oC) and air relative humidities (RH 20% 40% and 60%) using a laboratory dryer

Exergetic performance assessment of a pilot‐scale heat

May 11 2009In this study olive leaves were dried in a pilot‐scale heat pump (HP) belt conveyor dryer as a thin layer Drying experiments were carried out at the drying air temperature range of 45–55C with the drying air velocity range of 0 5–1 5 m s −1 The performance of the system and the process was evaluated using exergy analysis method

Energy and exergy analysis in solar drying of pistachio with air recycling system Mohsen Mokhtarian et al Drying Technology Volume 34 2016 - Issue 12 Published online: 25 Feb 2016 Article THIN LAYER SOLAR DRYING OF SOME VEGETABLES Osman Yaldz et al Drying Technology Volume 19 2001 - Issue 3-4 Published online: 6 Feb 2007 More

This paper presents the energy and exergy analysis of drying process in a semi-industrial continuous band dryer Experiments were performed on thin layer drying of carrot slices with thickness of 5mm at air temperatures of 50 60 and 70C drying air mass flow rates of 0 61 1 22 and 1 83kg/s and feeding rates of 2 98x10⁻⁴ 3 48x10⁻⁴ and 4 16x10⁻⁴ kg/s

Akpinarperformed energy and exergy analyses of the drying of red pepper slices in a convective type dryer [11] Colak and Hepbasliperformed an exergy analysis of thin-layer drying of green olive in a tray dryer [12] Corzo et al performed energy and exergy analyses of thin-layer drying of coroba slices [8] Nevertheless exergy analysis based on

In this research energy and exergy analyses of drying characteristics quality and mass transfer parameters for microwave drying of soybean seeds were studied and the process was modeled Results showed that values of the energy efficiency (33 70 to 66 0%) were higher than exergy efficiency (23 38 -

Jan 26 2011In this study the thin layer drying characteristics in a solar dryer with forced convection and under open sun with natural convection of parsley was investigated and energy analyses and exergy analyses of the solar drying process of parsley were performed The drying data were fitted to the 10 different mathematical models

Energy exergy analysis of thinlayer drying of mulberry in a forced solar dryer Energy 35(4) 1754-1763 Energy and exergy analyses of thin layer drying of coroba slices Journal of Food Engineering 86(2) 151–161 Dincer I and Sahin A Z 2004 A new model for thermodynamic analysis of a drying process International Journal of Heat

Abstrak This paper is concerned with the energy and exergy analyses of the thin layer drying process of temu putih (Curcuma zedoaria (Berg ) Rosc) at three different air temperatures (40 50 and 60 oC) and air relative humidities (RH 20% 40% and 60%) using a laboratory dryer

Akpinar (2011) reported energy and exergy analysis of solar drying of parsley leaves and the variations of exergy input exergy loss and exergy output with drying time Exergy efficiency was found to vary between 35 76 and 86 79% for the cabinet and it increased with time

Weibull distribution for modeling air drying of coroba slices Food Science and Technology 41 (2008) 2023-2028 2 de enero de 2008 Otros autores "Optimization of a Thin Layer Drying Process for Coroba Slices" "Energy and Exergy Analyses of Thin Layer Drying of Coroba Slices"

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