FOOD PROCESSING OPERATIONS MODELING - DESIGN AND ANALYSIS.Edited by Joseph Irudayaraj
Published 2001 Hardback 347 Pages
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This volume applies a variety of theories to solve practical problems relevant to research in and teaching of food process engineering. With a readership that spans a wide diversity of disciplines and programmes in mind, the aim of the editors has been to engage the audience with an array of topics based on fundamental engineering principles. Because of the diverse readership, the book begins with a brief review of the physical properties of food materials and an introduction to modelling. It proceeds thereafter with discussions of applications involving basic to complex problems involved in the processing and handling of food materials. Each chapter first addresses the theory behind the process, and then discusses a complex case study which demonstrates how to obtain the model, numerical formulation, and solution. For each case study, the discussion explains the thermophysical properties involved, and takes into account modelling complexity and any nonlinearity in the material properties of the system. Altho al·tho
Although. ugh the volume does not offer a complete catalogue of modelling for the numerous operations involved in food processing Food processing is the set of methods and techniques used to transform raw ingredients into food for consumption by humans or animals. The food processing industry utilises these processes. , by working through the case studies provided, the reader will learn a conceptual framework For the concept in aesthetics and art criticism, see .
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Thermophysical Properties of Foods; Introduction to Modeling and Numerical Simulation; Aseptic Processing Aseptic processing is used to sterilize a product (typically food or pharmaceuticals) and package the product in a way that maintains sterility. In aseptic processing, food is sterilized, the container is sterilized, and then the container is filled in a sterile environment. of Liquid and Particulate Foods; Modeling Moisture Diffusion in Food Grains During Adsorption adsorption, adhesion of the molecules of liquids, gases, and dissolved substances to the surfaces of solids, as opposed to absorption, in which the molecules actually enter the absorbing medium (see adhesion and cohesion). ; Deep-Fat Frying of Foods; Mathematical Modeling of Microwave Processing of Foods: An Overview; Infrared Heating of Biological Materials; Modeling Electrical Resistance ('Ohmic') Heating of Foods; Stochastic Finite-Element Analysis of Thermal Food Processes; Neural Networks Approach to Modeling Food Processing Operations