Thomas Baskerville's Affinities of plants PDF

By Thomas Baskerville

ISBN-10: 1144856515

ISBN-13: 9781144856517

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Turbulent flow causes higher friction losses than streamline flow does and therefore requires higher energy inputs from pumps. 5 Two fluids, milk and rape-seed oil, are flowing along pipes of the same diameter (5 cm) at 20ºC and at the same flow velocity of 3 m sÀ1. Determine whether the flow is streamline or turbulent in each fluid. 2,  ˆ 2:10  10À3 N s mÀ2 and  ˆ 1030 kg mÀ3 . 9), Re ˆ Dv  Therefore, Re ˆ 0:05  3  1030 2:1  10À3 ˆ 73 571 Thus the flow is turbulent (because Re is greater than 4000).

3 Barriers to mass transfer and heat flow due to packaging. Many mass balances are analysed under steady-state conditions where the mass of stored materials and losses are equal to zero. Mass balances are used to calculate the quantities of materials in different process streams, to design processes, to calculate recipe formulations, the composition after blending, process yields and separation efficiencies. A typical mass balance is shown in Fig. 4. Here the total mass balance is W ‡ A ˆ moist air ‡ D The mass balance for air is A ‡ moisture ˆ moist air Fig.

5. Under steady-state conditions the rate of heat transfer is calculated using Qˆ kA…1 À 2 † x 1:12 where Q (J sÀ1) ˆ rate of heat transfer, k (J mÀ1 sÀ1 KÀ1 or W mÀ1 KÀ1) ˆ thermal conductivity, A (m2) ˆ surface area, 1 – 2 (oC or K) ˆ temperature difference and x (m) ˆ thickness of the material. (1 À2)/x is also known as the temperature gradient. 5), the difference is small compared to the low thermal conductivity of foods (twenty to thirty times smaller than steel) and does not limit the rate of heat transfer.

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