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Calculation of pulp drying balances. Part 2: Evaporation drying - Drying with hot steam


, : Calculation of pulp drying balances. Part 2: Evaporation drying - Drying with hot steam. Zuckerindustrie 117(3): 182-186

Balances of mass, energy and exergy are presented for drying of beet pulp with superheated steam. Although the heat carrier and evaporated substance are materially identical, their conceptual separation assists balance calculations. Numerical examples with approximate values are given to illustrate the computation procedure and facilitate the writing of software.

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