By Zhongli Pan, Griffiths Gregory Atungulu
It’s been approximately forty years because the final booklet on infrared heating for meals processing used to be released, and meanwhile, the sphere has visible major development in knowing the mechanism of the infrared (IR) heating of nutrition items and interactions among IR radiation and nutrients elements. Infrared Heating for meals and Agricultural Processing provides the newest purposes of IR heating expertise, targeting thermal processing of meals and agricultural products.
Coverage levels from basics to fiscal merits With an emphasis on novel software, the textual content comprises chapters that handle such subject matters as:
- Infrared heating process design
- Pest management
- Food defense development
Where appropriate, this effortlessly obtainable consultant experiences case stories to deal with particular business concerns and the commercial merits of IR heating. Infrared Heating for foodstuff and Agricultural Processing is a well-organized source for nutrients processing engineers and in addition qc and defense managers in nutrients processing and nutrition production operations.
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