Drying kinetic and shrinkage circumstance of Persian shallot bulb

Kouchakzadeh, Ahmad
June 2014
Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal;Jun2014, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p176
Academic Journal
The drying kinetics and volume shrinkage of Persian shallot bulb were looked at during air-drying. Six mathematical drying kinetics models were used, the non-linear page models represents good agreement with experimental data with average of Mean Relative Absolute Errors as 1.77%. Liner and exponential models were fitted to volume shrinkage containing with coefficients of determination from 0.956 to 0.998.


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