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Batch drying of shelled corn in two-dimensional spouted beds with draft plates

, : Batch drying of shelled corn in two-dimensional spouted beds with draft plates. Drying Technology 11(2): 339-354

Geometrically similar spouted beds with draught plates were used to obtain the drying characteristics of freshly harvested shelled maize with 0.28 to 0.31 kg/kg initial m.c. at different air inlet temp. and bed heights.

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DOI: 10.1080/07373939308916823

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