SCIENTIFIC AND APPLIED ASPECTS OF IMPROVEMENT OF NATIONAL FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY AND DRYING


  • I. Gaponyuk National University of Food Technologies in. Vladimir
Keywords: heat, drying, moisture, dehydration

Abstract

To meet the requirements of the grain processing technologies and export of grain is dried to the critical moisture content. The most common method of domestic and foreign practice are the convection technology. The current level of perfection of the drying technology causes heat loss exceeds the estimated necessary expenses of phase transitions of moisture. Using innovative management technologies internally by capillary diffusion of moisture, the moisture absorbing capacity of the working gases, control of the ratio of heat of heating and dehydration of the body, rapid pre-heating of the layer of wet solids and the recovery of heat can significantly reduce the loss and increase the rate of flow of dewatering a wet phone these technologies to improve modern foreign and domestic saveguard units, to increase the level of competitiveness of domestic technology and drying technology.

 

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Published
2017-11-15
How to Cite
Gaponyuk, I. (2017). SCIENTIFIC AND APPLIED ASPECTS OF IMPROVEMENT OF NATIONAL FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY AND DRYING. Thermophysics and Thermal Power Engineering, 39(5), 62-69. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.31472/ihe.5.2017.11
Section
Theory and Practice of Drying