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High temperature flame drying of freshly harvested peanut pods



High temperature flame drying of freshly harvested peanut pods



Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America 13(4): 53-57



A system of washing and drying freshly-harvested peanut pods, and quickly reducing their high moisture level (40-55% w.b.) was investigated in order to reduce the undesirable additional wt. during transport of excess water, and of soil sticking to their outer shells. The purpose of the study was to investigate the feasibility of having a cleaning and drying unit as part of a peanut harvester (or as a separate unit easily operated in the field).

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