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Effect of Hot-Air and Freeze-Drying on the Quality

22/10/2020· This study investigated the effect of hot-air and freeze-drying on the physicochemical, phytochemical and antioxidant capacity of dried pomegranate arils during long-term cold storage (7 ± 0.3 °C, with 92 ± 3% relative humidity) of whole fruit over a single experiment. Extracted arils were processed at monthly intervals during 12 weeks of cold storage of whole fruit.

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Effect of hot air, vacuum and infrared drying methods on

22/01/2014· Senem Suna, Effects of hot air, microwave and vacuum drying on drying characteristics and in vitro bioaccessibility of medlar fruit leather (pestil), Food Science and Biotechnology, 10.1007/s10068-019-00588-7, (2019).

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Physical, Microbial, and Chemical Quality of Hot-Air-Dried

AOX and TSP are known to decrease in persimmons during hot-air-drying,and in this study, we have seen evidence that the length of drying treatment has a strong effect on these parameters. Both preparations were dried at the same temperature (63°C), but Preparation 6–10 was in the dehydrators for twice as long as Preparation 2–5. It is notable that Preparation 6–10 had lower levels of

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EFFECT OF HOT AIR VELOCITY ON DRYING KINETICS

Effect of Hot Air Velocity on Drying Kinetics . 2737 content was measured using probe sensor digital moisture meter at a time interval of 15 min during first hour of drying, 30 min for second hour, 45 min for third hour and 60 min from fourth hour till the end of drying. Drying was terminated when the grains reached less than 8% moisture content (w.b.). 2.5 Mathematical Modelling of Drying

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Fruits and Vegetables Hot Air Drying Processes Research

Hot air drying is the conventional drying method, and it transfers heat from the drying medium to the material based on the heat conduction effect, then this results in two diffusions after the material absorbs heat: the external diffusion ( the moisture from the material surface to the drying medium ) and the internal diffusion ( the moisture

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Hot air drying of yacon (Smallanthus sonchifolius) and its

19/10/2009· Hot air drying of yacon (Smallanthus sonchifolius) and its effect on sugar concentrations Caroline Fenner Scher. Institute of Food Science and Technology, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil. Search for more papers by this author. Alessandro De Oliveira Rios. Institute of Food Science and Technology, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, RS

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Effects of Dry Air on the Body InfoPlease

11/02/2017· Studies have shown that dry air has four main effects on the human body: Breathing dry air is a potential health hazard which can cause such respiratory ailments as asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, and nosebleeds, or general dehydration since body fluids are depleted during respiration. Skin moisture evaporation can cause skin irritations and eye itching. Irritative effects, such as static

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Drying Method an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Briefly explain the effects on the exergy efficiency of the dryer considered in the illustrative example of mass flow rate of the drying air, temperature of the drying air, the amount of products entering, the initial moisture content of the product, the final moisture content of the product, the specific inlet exergy, the humidity ratio, and the net exergy use for drying the products.

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Importance of PROPER PLASTICS DRYING

Effects of Air Temperature (Hot Air Drying) The rate of moisture gain or loss along the solubility curve is quite dependent upon the temperature because of the strong effect on the diffusion rate of water molecules through the pellets. Higher temperatures provide a lower RH, and hence the rate of The QOne Stop Shop R for Plastic Auxiliary Equipment The possible solutions for plastic drying

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EFFECT OF HOT AIR VELOCITY ON DRYING KINETICS

Effect of Hot Air Velocity on Drying Kinetics . 2737 content was measured using probe sensor digital moisture meter at a time interval of 15 min during first hour of drying, 30 min for second hour, 45 min for third hour and 60 min from fourth hour till the end of drying. Drying was terminated when the grains reached less than 8% moisture content (w.b.). 2.5 Mathematical Modelling of Drying

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Effects of hot air and freeze drying methods on

Antioxidant activity, colour and some nutritional properties of hot air and freeze-dried strawberry tree (Arbutus unedo L.) fruits were investigated. Additionally, the effects of two pre-treatments, namely ethyl oleate and water blanching, were compared in terms of drying characteristics. For determination of antioxidant activities in ethanol

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[PDF] Effect of Hot Air Drying Variables on

The effects of hot air drying variables including: air temperature (50, 60 and 70 oC), air velocity (0.2, 0.4 and 0.6 m/ s) and trays load (125 500 g/ 0.22 m) on the antioxidant capacity and some phytochemicals content of Jew's mallow leaves were studied. The fresh Jew's mallow leaves exhibited high antioxidant activity (52.29% and 139.55 μmol trolox/ g dry weight, measured by DPPH and

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Hot air drying of tea flowers: effect of experimental

The drying process is important for the quality and value of tea flower products. In the present work, the effects of different hot air drying (HAD) temperatures from 60 to 120 °C on drying kinetics, bioactive compounds (catechins, flavonol glycosides and triterpenoid saponins) and quality attributes (volatile compounds, colours and antioxidant properties) of tea flowers were systematically

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EFFECT OF DRYING TEMPERATURE ON FUNCTIONAL AND

this study, the effect of hot air drying temperature (at 55, 70 and 850C) in comparison to freeze drying on the functional and digestive properties of flours from sweet potato roots with orange flesh (OFSP) and purple flesh (PFSP) were investigated. The proximate compositions and amylose content (AC) were also analyzed. Results showed that flours obtained from hot air dried sweet potatoes had

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Effects of ozone application and hot-air drying on orange

01/09/2020· Regarding convective drying, higher drying temperatures (60 °C) best retained the antioxidant activity of the orange peel than the temperature at 40 °C. As also reported in the convective drying of strawberries by Méndez-Lagunas et al. (2017). Heat treatments, such as hot-air drying, can induce antioxidant enzymes POD and CAT (Wahid et al

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Effects of Dry Air on the Body InfoPlease

11/02/2017· Studies have shown that dry air has four main effects on the human body: Breathing dry air is a potential health hazard which can cause such respiratory ailments as asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, and nosebleeds, or general dehydration since body fluids are depleted during respiration. Skin moisture evaporation can cause skin irritations and eye itching. Irritative effects, such as static

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Effect of different drying technologies on drying

RESULTS: The infrared drying technology significantly enhanced the drying rate when compared with hot air drying and sun drying. Temperature was the most important factor affecting the moisture transfer during the process of infrared drying as well as hot air drying. Effective moisture diffusivity (Deff ) values of infrared drying ranged from 1.58 × 10(-9) to 3.78 × 10(-9) m(2) s(-1) . The

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Importance of PROPER PLASTICS DRYING

Effects of Air Temperature (Hot Air Drying) The rate of moisture gain or loss along the solubility curve is quite dependent upon the temperature because of the strong effect on the diffusion rate of water molecules through the pellets. Higher temperatures provide a lower RH, and hence the rate of The QOne Stop Shop R for Plastic Auxiliary Equipment The possible solutions for plastic drying

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Effect of hot air, solar and sun drying treatments on

01/01/2009· Effect of hot air, solar and sun drying treatments on provitamin A retention in orange-fleshed sweetpotato. Published 1 January 2009 Contents Explore

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