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Drying coefficients of peanut pods and components



Drying coefficients of peanut pods and components



Journal, American Peanut Research and Education Association, Inc 3(1): 201-207



Groundnut pods and components obeyed a modified falling-rate drying equation reasonably well, and although analysis of drying by this method was not as accurate as more advanced analysis, it was much simpler to apply.

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