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Exposed-layer barley drying: three models fitted to new data up to 150 degrees C



Exposed-layer barley drying: three models fitted to new data up to 150 degrees C



Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research 32(4): 337-348



Apparatus previously described was used to obtain a set of exposed layer drying curves for naturally wet spring barley harvested at 0.410, 0.350, 0.269 and 0.215 moisture content dry basis, and for 11 drying air temp. from 50 to 150 degrees C. Sample weight and surface temperature were recorded most frequently during the initial phase of rapid heating and high drying rates. Equilibrium moisture contents were determined by continuing drying for 24 h in an oven.

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