effect of drying temperature on the

Moisture and Temperature Tensile Strength of Composite

7 Figure 3 Thickness of the layer affected by three minutes of dry- i ng a different t temperatures Within dquo penetration depthdquo effect of drying is greater than 17 Mm denotes moisture content at fttll saturation Figure 4 Moisture loss of spec- imen during three minutes of dry- ing at temperatures Mi and Mf are the moisture contents before and after drying

Maleic anhydride treated wood: Effects of drying time and

The effects on technical performance of drying time and esterification temperature parameters were analyzed Wood samples of lodgepole pine and white pine were treated and tested Results indicated that treatment improves technical performance of wood (dimensional stability fungal degradation resistance and accelerated aging)

Effect of Air‐Drying Temperature on the Quality and

The objective of this work was to evaluate the drying characteristics and the effect of drying temperature on the quality characteristics of G alega kale without any pretreatment Drying times of 330 162 78 and 51 min provided minimal moisture contents using temperatures of

The Effect of Temperature on the Drying Characteristics of

To evaluate the effect of air dry bulb temperature on the drying process salted fillets (1cm thick) were dried at ambient laboratory temperature (30C) and at three oven temperatures 40C 50C and 60C The relative humidity of the drying air under ambient conditions and at each of the three oven temperatures was 60 40 25

Effect of the drying temperature on color antioxidant

Contrarily the in vitro digestibility of both starch and protein increased as drying temperature was higher The rapidly digestible starch (RDS) increased from 15 94% at 50 C to 36 48% at 70 C effect that was linked to the reduction of the relative crystallinity while protein digestibility increased from 76 26% at 50 C to 85 87% at 70 C

EFFECT OF INITIAL DRYING TEMPERATURE ON THE APPARENT

Apr 13 2011A study of the effect of initial drying temperature on the apparent lignin content of various succulent plant tissues has been made Air-drying drying in vacuo at 60 C air-drying after removal of constituents soluble in cold water and in cold dilute ethanol and oven-drying at 105 C have been compared Drying of immature or succulent tissues at 105 C results in a markedly higher

Effects of Temperature on Drying Shrinkage of Concrete

The present study investigated experimentally effects of temperature on drying shrinkage of concrete in different water cement ratio and containing mineral admixture Concrete was exposed to a controlled environment of 201oC 351oC 501oC and 60% 5 RH respectively The drying shrinkage of concretes with water cement ratio of 0 3 0 4 and 0 5 were evaluated

Effect of drying temperature on the nutritional quality of

Effect of drying temperature on proximate composition The proximate composition of fresh shade dried and oven dried M oleifera leaves samples is presented in Table 1 The results shows that all the parameters significantly (p0 05) changed when the leaves were dried either under the shade or in oven

Effect of drying pretreatment on the acetylation of

Prior to freeze drying the NFC suspension was frozen using liquid nitrogen and then lyophilised (LyoQuest freeze dryer Telstar) for 72 h The pressure within the freeze drying system was set to 0 040 mbar the temperature of the plates to 22 C and the temperature of the condenser to -50 C

The effect of moisture content and drying temperature on

The effect of elevated drying temperature on different physical properties of poplar has been published (Christiansen 1994) and a more recent published study has focused on the enhancement of colour and hydrophobicity of Pannnia poplar at high temperatures (Nmeth et al 2009a) There is a lack of information in the literature that

Effect of Drying Temperature on the Stability of

The effect of drying temperature (60 100 and 140 C) on the polyphenols' content and antioxidant activity of red grape pomace peels was studied Freeze-dried samples were used as reference Differences on the CIE-LAB color total extractable polyphenols condensed tannins UV−vis spectra and antioxidant activity were evaluated When drying temperature was 100 and 140 C a significant

Effects of hot air temperature on drying properties of

The effects of hot air temperature on the drying properties of biomass brick during heat treatment were examined Biomass brick was dried for 156 h at 30 C to 80 C and 50% relative humidity The results showed that the moisture content and density of the brick during heat treatment were affected greatly by the hot air temperature

EFFECT OF ROLLING FERMENTATION AND DRYING ON THE

experiment " Effect of rolling fermentation and drying on the quality of Black Tea" was designed with following objectives Objectives i To compare fine and coarse plucking ii To find out optimum timing for withering rolling fermentation and drying and its effect on quality iii To find out adjustment of temperature

The effect of moisture content and drying temperature on

The effect of elevated drying temperature on different physical properties of poplar has been published (Christiansen 1994) and a more recent published study has focused on the enhancement of colour and hydrophobicity of Pannnia poplar at high temperatures (Nmeth et al 2009a) There is a lack of information in the literature that

(PDF) Effects of Drying Temperature on the Nutrients of

Moringa possesses both medicinal and functional food properties Hot air drying has been reported to affect the chemical constituents of moringa leaves The effect of drying temperatures on the nutrients of moringa leaves and sensory attributes of

Effect of the drying temperature on color antioxidant

Contrarily the in vitro digestibility of both starch and protein increased as drying temperature was higher The rapidly digestible starch (RDS) increased from 15 94% at 50 C to 36 48% at 70 C effect that was linked to the reduction of the relative crystallinity while protein digestibility increased from 76 26% at 50 C to 85 87% at 70 C

The Effect of Temperature on Drying Rate of Agro Food

effect of temperature on drying rate and moisture content was carried out at 110o C 120 o C and 130 C on corn and ogbono with the initial moisture content of (0 28 g) The moisture content decreased as time increases but tend to be constant with further increase in time The minimum moisture content retained were (0 12 g 0 11 g

Grain storage techniques

Under no circumstances is it possible to dry to a moisture content lower than the EMC associated with the temperature and humidity of the drying air for example the data in Table 5 1 show that paddy can only dry to a moisture content of 16 7% when exposed to air at 25C and 90% relative humidity

Effects of moisture content and drying temperature on the

The water activity of the jerky products was 0 51-0 72 and significant influence of drying temperature on protein solubility was also observed but the samples dried at the same temperature had similar levels of soluble protein (p 0 05) regardless of moisture content of samples

The effect of drying temperatures and storage of seeds on

the increase in the temperature of drying air affects the physiological quality of soybean seeds and this effect is accentuated over time especially on root length and b) the air temperature of 40 C can be recommended for drying of soybean seeds in association with the storage time of 180 days under storage conditions without climate control

Coupled Effect of Water Temperature and Cyclic Wetting and

Considering the periodical moisture variation in deep rock masses cyclic wetting and drying under high geothermal condition is a vital issue for the safety and stability of deep rock engineering To investigate the coupled effect of water temperature and cyclic wetting and drying on dynamic mechanical characteristics of sandstone dynamic uniaxial compressive tests were carried out under the

Effect of different drying temperatures on the moisture

Jun 01 2011The effect of drying temperatures on the phytochemical constituents in seaweed was also evaluated Drying at 25 C resulted in 49% and 51% reduction in the total phenol and total flavonoid content respectively as compared to fresh seaweed However the reduction declined as the drying temperatures were increased

The Influence of Temperature on Drying Rate

To illustrate the effect of temperature on drying rate it can be estimated that a piece of wood having a surface moisture content of 16% and a core moisture content of 40% the vapour pressure gradient across the wood at a temperature of 50 degrees centigrade is four times greater than that at 20 degrees centigrade and at 80 degrees centigrade

The effect of drying temperature on corn seed quality

complete block design to attempt to minimize the effect of any temperature differences from the top to the bottom of the dryers In 1980 due to space constraints the placement was completely random Each dryer was operated at a different temperature Mean tempera tures of 35 40 45 and 50 all - 0 3 C were used to dry the subsamples