Freeze Drying Foods
Objectives And Learning Outcomes
Review the theory of freeze drying.
Examine the critical requirements for successful freeze drying.
Calculate the diffusion coefficient and mass transfer coefficient.
Determine and compare the physical and mechanical properties of the freeze-dried products with those of the heated air-dried products.
KeywordsMass Transfer Coefficient Food Material Evaporative Cool Product Temperature Unfrozen Water
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