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Title Investigation of the Convection Drying Process in a Multistage Apparatus with a Differential Thermal Regime
Authors Krmela, J.
Artiukhova, Nadiia Oleksandrivna  
Artiukhov, Artem Yevhenovych  
Keywords Drying
Modeling
Multistage Shelf Devices
Optimization
Type Article
Date of Issue 2020
URI https://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/87712
Publisher Jan Evangelista Purkyne University in Usti nad Labem
License Creative Commons Attribution - NonCommercial - NoDerivatives 4.0 International
Citation Krmela J, Artyukhova N, Artyukhov A. Investigation of the Convection Drying Process in a Multistage Apparatus with a Differential Thermal Regime. Manufacturing Technology. 2020;20(4):468-473. doi: 10.21062/mft.2020.062.
Abstract This paper describes a search for an optimal organization of the drying agent motion in the convection dryers. An overview of the main methods on how to reduce the energy consumption for the convection drying of the disperse materials is presented. The use of the multistage shelf apparatuses with a differential thermal regime for the con-vection drying of the disperse materials is justified. The work contains the results of a computer modeling on de-termining the drying temperature and moisture characteristics with the use of various methods of the organization of the drying agent motion. The model is realized implementing the author?s software product Multistage Fluidiz-er?. The software product enables to automatize calculation simultaneously by several optimization criteria and to visualize calculation results in the form of 3D images. The engineering computation of sectioning devices meth-odology with fluidized bed of particles is based on the calculation results. The automated calculations results give a base to design industrial drying device with a differential thermal regime.
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