By Kaveh Hariri Asli

ISBN-10: 1482230968

ISBN-13: 9781482230963

ISBN-10: 1926895827

ISBN-13: 9781926895826

Utilized study in Hydraulics and warmth movement covers glossy topics of mechanical engineering reminiscent of fluid mechanics, warmth move, and movement regulate in advanced structures in addition to new facets with regards to mechanical engineering schooling. The chapters aid to reinforce the certainty of either the basics of mechanical engineering and their software to the answer of difficulties in glossy industry.The bookRead more...

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At zero time, the moisture content (dry basis) of the dry material X (kg water/kg dry solids) is equal to X i , and Eq. (34) is integrated to give the following expression: X = X e − ( X e − X i )e − kt (35) Using above equation Moisture Ratio can be defined as follows: X − Xe = e − kt (36) Xi − Xe This is the Lewis’s formula introduced in 1921. But using experimental data of leather dry in git seemed that there was an error in curve fitting of e − at . The experimental moisture content data were nondimensionlized using the equation: MR = X − Xe (37) Xi − Xe Where MR is the moisture ratio.

FIGURE 11 Standard error of all models. 4 CONCLUSIONS In the model presented in this chapter, a simple method of predicting moisture distributions leads to prediction of drying times more rapid than those measured in experiments. From this point of view, the drying reveals many aspects which are not normally observed or measured and which may be of value in some application. The derivation of the drying curves is an example. It is clear from the experiments over a range of air velocities that it is not possible to make accurate predictions and have the experimental curves coincide at all points with the predicted distributions simply by introducing a VCF into the calculations.

The liquid level is above the bottom of the channel h. A small quantity compared with the characteristic dimensions of the flow, the size of the bottom roughness, etc. Free liquid surface h0 (Fig. 5), which is in equilibrium in the gravity field – is flat. As a result of any external influence, liquid surface in a location removed from its equilibrium position. There is a movement spreading across the entire surface of the liquid in the form of waves, called gravity. They are caused by the action of gravity field.

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