Chronology of DIC technique based on the fundamental mathematical modeling and dehydration impact

A chronology of mathematical models for heat and mass transfer equation is proposed for the prediction of moisture and temperature behavior during drying using DIC (Détente Instantanée Contrôlée) or instant controlled pressure drop technique. DIC technique has the potential as most commonly used deh...

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Main Authors: Alias, Norma, Saipan Saipol, Hafizah Farhah, Che Abd. Ghani, Asnida
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spelling my.utm.466892017-09-18T03:46:51Z http://eprints.utm.my/id/eprint/46689/ Chronology of DIC technique based on the fundamental mathematical modeling and dehydration impact Alias, Norma Saipan Saipol, Hafizah Farhah Che Abd. Ghani, Asnida TX Home economics A chronology of mathematical models for heat and mass transfer equation is proposed for the prediction of moisture and temperature behavior during drying using DIC (Détente Instantanée Contrôlée) or instant controlled pressure drop technique. DIC technique has the potential as most commonly used dehydration method for high impact food value including the nutrition maintenance and the best possible quality for food storage. The model is governed by the regression model, followed by 2D Fick’s and Fourier’s parabolic equation and 2D elliptic-parabolic equation in a rectangular slice. The models neglect the effect of shrinkage and radiation effects. The simulations of heat and mass transfer equations with parabolic and elliptic-parabolic types through some numerical methods based on finite difference method (FDM) have been illustrated. Intel®Core™2Duo processors with Linux operating system and C programming language have been considered as a computational platform for the simulation. Qualitative and quantitative differences between DIC technique and the conventional drying methods have been shown as a comparative. 2012 Article PeerReviewed application/pdf en http://eprints.utm.my/id/eprint/46689/1/N.Alias_2012_Chronology%20of%20DIC%20technique%20based%20on%20the%20fundamental%20mathematical%20modeling.pdf Alias, Norma and Saipan Saipol, Hafizah Farhah and Che Abd. Ghani, Asnida (2012) Chronology of DIC technique based on the fundamental mathematical modeling and dehydration impact. Journal of Food Science and Technology . pp. 1-11. ISSN 0022-1155 10.1007/s13197-012-0913-7
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Alias, Norma
Saipan Saipol, Hafizah Farhah
Che Abd. Ghani, Asnida
Chronology of DIC technique based on the fundamental mathematical modeling and dehydration impact
description A chronology of mathematical models for heat and mass transfer equation is proposed for the prediction of moisture and temperature behavior during drying using DIC (Détente Instantanée Contrôlée) or instant controlled pressure drop technique. DIC technique has the potential as most commonly used dehydration method for high impact food value including the nutrition maintenance and the best possible quality for food storage. The model is governed by the regression model, followed by 2D Fick’s and Fourier’s parabolic equation and 2D elliptic-parabolic equation in a rectangular slice. The models neglect the effect of shrinkage and radiation effects. The simulations of heat and mass transfer equations with parabolic and elliptic-parabolic types through some numerical methods based on finite difference method (FDM) have been illustrated. Intel®Core™2Duo processors with Linux operating system and C programming language have been considered as a computational platform for the simulation. Qualitative and quantitative differences between DIC technique and the conventional drying methods have been shown as a comparative.
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author Alias, Norma
Saipan Saipol, Hafizah Farhah
Che Abd. Ghani, Asnida
author_facet Alias, Norma
Saipan Saipol, Hafizah Farhah
Che Abd. Ghani, Asnida
author_sort Alias, Norma
title Chronology of DIC technique based on the fundamental mathematical modeling and dehydration impact
title_short Chronology of DIC technique based on the fundamental mathematical modeling and dehydration impact
title_full Chronology of DIC technique based on the fundamental mathematical modeling and dehydration impact
title_fullStr Chronology of DIC technique based on the fundamental mathematical modeling and dehydration impact
title_full_unstemmed Chronology of DIC technique based on the fundamental mathematical modeling and dehydration impact
title_sort chronology of dic technique based on the fundamental mathematical modeling and dehydration impact
publishDate 2012
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