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Measurement and control in food processing.


Measurement and control in food processing.

Bhuyan, Manabendra.

CRC / Taylor & Francis


340 pages




This volume presents a single common source for answering the cross- disciplinary questions that arise in today's food processing industry. Bhuyan discusses the current techniques of computerized measurement, instruments design and control schemes and explains the applicability of these tools to enhancing quality and productivity. Integrating food processing and instrumentation engineering, the text examines digital processing, computer-based measurement and advanced detection sensors such as electronic nose, biosensors and fuzzy logic controls. Bhuyan uses case studies, photographs of commercial units, over 200 block, schematic and circuit diagrams, and easy reference tables to supplement his detailed discussions.

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