ABSTRACT

Offers information necessary for the development of mathematical models and numerical techniques to solve specific drying problems. The book addresses difficult issues involved with the drying equations of numerical analysis, including mesh generation, discretinization strategies, the nonlinear equation set and the linearized algebraic system, convergance criteria, time step control, experimental validation, optimum methods of visualization results, and more.

chapter |38 pages

Modeling the Effect of Heterogeneity on Wood Drying

ByO. A. Plumb, Li Gong

chapter |30 pages

Finite Element Modeling of Grain Drying

ByLeandro S. Oliveira, Kamyar Haghighi

chapter |42 pages

A Mathematical Model for Constant and Intermittent Batch Drying of Grains in a Novel Rotating Jet Spouted bed

ByR.Y. Jumah, Arun S. Mujumdar, G.S.V. Raghavan

chapter |33 pages

Theoretical Study of Heat and Mass Transfers During Drying of Granular Products

ByA. Mhimid, S. Ben Nasrallah

chapter |23 pages

Modelling Convective Drying of Granular Materials Application to Natural Rubber

ByJ.C. Benet, G. Berthomieu, B. Naon, C. Saix

chapter |41 pages

Mathematical Modeling of Dielectrically-Enhanced Drying

ByPeishi Chen, Philip S. Schmidt

chapter |38 pages

A Model for Superheated Steam Drying of Particles in an Impinging Stream Dryer

ByS.M. Hosseinalipour, Arun S. Mujumdar

chapter |38 pages

Mathematical Modelling of Kiln and on-Site Drying of Concrete

ByZhen-Xiang Gong, Arun S. Mujumdar