Homogenized thermal conduction model for particulate foods

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Chinesta , Francisco; Torres , Rafael; Ramón , Antonio; Rodrigo , Mari Carmen; Rodrigo , Miguel;
(2002)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/S1290-0729(02)01400-X
  • Subject: [ SPI.OTHER ] Engineering Sciences [physics]/Other | Particulate foods | Sterilization | Equivalent conductivity | Numerical simulation

International audience; This paper deals with the definition of an equivalent thermal conductivity for particulate foods. An homogenized thermal model is used to asses the effect of particulate spatial distribution and differences in thermal conductivities. We prove tha... View more
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