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Food Structure and Moisture Transfer

A Modeling Approach

by ValГ©rie Guillard

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Published by Springer New York, Imprint: Springer in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nanochemistry,
  • Chemistry,
  • Biochemical engineering,
  • Food science,
  • Food Science

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Valérie Guillard, Claire Bourlieu, Nathalie Gontard
    SeriesSpringerBriefs in Food, Health, and Nutrition -- 8
    ContributionsBourlieu, Claire, Gontard, Nathalie, SpringerLink (Online service)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP248.65.F66
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    PaginationVII, 60 p. 13 illus., 6 illus. in color.
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27039390M
    ISBN 109781461463429

    Ways of Expressing Moisture Content Wet Basis Moisture Dry Basis Moisture Converting from Wet Basis to Dry Basis Moisture Converting from Dry Basis to Wet Basis Moisture Comparing Wet Basis and Dry Basis Moistures Calculating the Amount of Water and Solids that are Present. from the drying air to the surface of the food, but there may also be heat transfer by radiation. If the food is dried in solid trays, there will also be conduction through the tray to the food. Calculation of heat transfer is therefore often very complex in drying systems. Fig. Movement of moisture during drying. Dehydration

    bark for storage and transfer of food. (MC88 ) Structural Features of Wood The structure of wood and the location and amount of water in wood influence its drying characteristics. Wood is composed of bark, sapwood, heartwood, and pith (fig. ). Each wood cell has a cavity (lumen) and walls composed of several layers arranged in differ-. The book deals with the description, analysis and modeling of heat, air and moisture transport in building assemblies and whole buildings with main emphasis on the building engineering applications, including examples.

      It is a simultaneous heat and moisture transfer process where moisture leaves the food in the form of vapour; while oil is absorbed simultaneously (Liu-Peng et al. ). Deep fat frying involves several closely coupled mechanisms, such as convective and diffusive heat and mass transfer, in addition to chemical, physico-chemical reactions and. Structure of Cereal Grains Physical Dimensions Grain Weight Bulk Density Shrinkage Friction Specific Heat Thermal Conductivity Latent Heat of Vaporization of Grain Moisture Heat Transfer Coefficient of Grain Bed Chapter 5: Air Flow Resistance and Fans 5.


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Food Structure and Moisture Transfer by ValГ©rie Guillard Download PDF EPUB FB2

About this book. About this book. It's well known that the structural characteristics of food materials influence their mass transfer, especially their water transfer properties during such processes as drying, hydration, and storage. This Brief will review the impact of food structure on moisture transfer.

A multi-scale analysis of food structure will include a look at molecular structure (e.g., free volume, crystallinity), nanostructure, microstructure (e.g., porous food), and macrostructure (e.g., bilayer structure).

For each structural analysis, a focus on the mathematical modelling of the. This Brief will review the impact of food structure on moisture transfer. A multi-scale analysis of food structure will include a look at molecular structure (e.g., free volume, crystallinity), nanostructure, microstructure (e.g., porous food), and macrostructure (e.g., bilayer structure).Brand: Springer New York.

In this book, the impact of the structure of food, including edible coatings, on mass transfer properties is reviewed and illustrated in the challenging case ofmoisture transfer. In this book, the impact of the structure of food, including edible coatings, on mass transfer properties is reviewed and illustrated in the challenging case of moisture transfer, for which studies are widely by: 8.

In this book, the impact of the structure of food, including edible coatings, on mass transfer properties is reviewed and illustrated in the challenging case ofmoisture transfer, for which studies are widely available.

Among structure type, porosity particularly affects the diffusion rate. In a porous domain, molecules are allowed to transfer more quickly because of several mechanisms of moisture transfer (e.g., capillary action), vapor diffusion in the.

Moisture Transfer in Solid Food Materials: A Review of Mechanisms, Models, and Measurements Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Food Properties 10(4) October with Reads. Moisture sorption isotherms of the investigated model food systems were determined at 20 °C using a controlled atmosphere microbalance.

Results are presented in Fig. four materials investigated were representative of 3 classes of food products according to their equilibrium moisture sorption properties (Iglesias & Chirife, ).Sponge cake and. Food Structure is the premier international forum devoted to the publication of high-quality original research on food structure.

The focus of this journal is on food structure in the context of its relationship with molecular composition, processing and macroscopic properties (e.g., shelf stability, sensory properties, etc.). Food structure and moisture transfer: a modeling approach.

[Valérie Guillard; Claire Bourlieu; Nathalie Gontard] -- It's well known that the structural characteristics of food materials influence their mass transfer, especially their water transfer properties during such processes as drying, hydration, and. moisture transfer mechanisms, models developed to predict moisture transfer, measure-ment of effective moisture diffusivity, which is the most common parameter used in predict-ing moisture transfer, and advanced measurements of moisture profiles to quantify and validate predictive models.

Keywords: Dehydration, Models, Mechanisms, Diffusivity. Ding, in Fabric Testing, Whole assessment methods. Moisture transfer properties of textile fabrics and garments are important to the thermal comfort of clothed persons.

A number of test methods have been developed to evaluate the moisture transfer properties of textile fabrics and garments.

In these test methods, different techniques and testing conditions were. Moisture determination is one of the most important and most widely used measurements in the processing and testing of foods.

Since the amount of dry matter in a food is inversely related to the amount of moisture it contains. Therefore it is of direct economic importance to the processor and the consumer. transfer, there is no agreement on the mechanism of internal moisture movement.

In the case of capillary-porous materials such as fruits and vegetables, interstitial spaces, capillaries and gas-filled cavities exist within the food matrix and water transport takes place via several possible mechanisms acting in various combinations.

The objective of this work was to develop a working equation for calculating moisture content of a formulated food system giving the desired a was hypothesized that the total moisture content at a given a w is equal to a weighted‐average of the moisture bound by each component at the given a w.A mass balance equation based on this hypothesis was tested with mixtures.

Note that since the physical structure of the drying solid is subject to change during drying the mechanisms of moisture transfer may also change with elapsed time of drying.

Thermodynamic Properties of Air-Water Mixtures and Moist Solids Psychrometry As noted earlier, a majority of dryers are of direct (or convective) type. In other. For the flour package, it would be the bulk of the food that would limit the rate of moisture transfer, not the paper-based packaging material.

The true value of the predictive tool is that it allows us to apply the data to any pertinent. The variations in moisture content and oil content of samples of ‐mm thick slices of potato (c.v. Record U.K.) were examined after various frying times at frying temperatures ofand °C. The loss of moisture and the uptake of oil were found to be interrelated and both were linear functions of the square root of frying time.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. In this collection of moisture methods for the food industry, you'll find over 20 moisture determination methods for samples in the food and bakery industry.

Whether it's about baking powder, biscuits, butter, pasta, yoghurt, tea or juice, this collection will provide you with the relevant information.Moisture migration causes textural degradation in frozen, refrigerated or shelf-stable products.

Moisture control becomes even more important in reduced-fat and reduced-sugar products. Ingredients used to replace the fat or sugar disrupt the “structure” of the system and tend to hold moisture more than sugar and fat.The book's organization provides the food industry and academic professionals, as well as students, an expanded resource of information that may be applicable to their specific commodity of interest.

Consequently, these individuals will find value in the entire book /5(3).