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Effect of fluidized bed drying on stabilization of rice bran

, : Effect of fluidized bed drying on stabilization of rice bran. Drying Technology 11(5): 1115-1125

Rice bran was treated in a batch fluidized bed at temp. between 90 and 130 degrees C in steps of 10 degrees C for different treatment periods. Drying characteristics of rice bran so obtained were used in a mathematical model to predict the max. possible storage period of rice bran treated under fluidizing conditions.

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Accession: 002355881

DOI: 10.1080/07373939308916887

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