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Title of article Dynamics of acousto-convective drying of sunflower cake compared with drying by a traditional thermo-convective method

Zhilin A., Khristianovich Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics SB RAS, Federal State-Financed Educational Institution of Higher Education ‘Siberian State University of Water Transport’ , Khristianovich Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics SB RAS

Fedorov A., Khristianovich Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics SB RAS , Khristianovich Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics SB RAS

Grebenshchikov D., OOO ‘N-8-T TECHNOLOGIC’ , OOO ‘N-8-T TECHNOLOGIC’

Year 2018 Issue 2 DOI 10.21603/2308-4057-2018-2-370-378
Annotation The article is devoted to the dynamics of sunflower cake drying in a fundamentally new acousto-convective way. Unlike the traditional (thermo-convective) method, the method proposed allows extracting moisture from porous materials without supplying heat to the sample. Thermo-vacuum drying helped to determine the absolute and relative initial moisture for the analysed samples of the sunflower cake, which equaled 313.1% and 75.8%, respectively. The kinetic curves for drying by thermo- and acousto-convective methods were obtained and analysed. A study of the acousto-convective drying of sunflower cake showed that the rate of moisture extraction depended on the resonating frequency, while there is an optimal mode in which drying proceeds from two to three times more intensively. In thermo-convective drying of sunflower cake, increasing the temperature of the drying stream twice (from 74.2°C to 127°C) reduces the duration of drying to a final absolute humidity of 40% three times. Comparing the thermo-convective and acousto-convective drying methods showed that twice as much moisture was removed from the samples dried by the (ACDP) with a flow frequency of 790 Hz and at room temperature for a 30-minute interval as with thermal convective drying with a working flow temperature of 127°C. The relaxation mathematical model used to describe the drying phenomenon and the experimental data for sunflower cake drying allows obtaining the quantitative parameters characterizing different modes and methods of drying the samples under study. The article analyses a discrete drying regime that contributes to increasing the efficiency of the acousto-convective mode of moisture extraction.
Keywords Acousto-convective drying, thermo-convective drying, porous materials drying, moisture extraction
Artice information Received April 24, 2018
Accepted August 31, 2018
Available online December 20, 2018
Imprint article Zhilin A. Dynamics of acousto-convective drying of sunflower cake compared with drying by a traditional thermo-convective method / Zhilin A., Fedorov A., Grebenshchikov D. // Foods and Raw Materials, 2018, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 370–378.
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