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    2015-8-4u2002·u2002moisture determination to be insensitive over the range 12–20% moisture content, and therefore unsuitable for determining the end of drying (i.e. when coffee has a maximum of 12% moisture), or for verifying that coffee in the marketing chain is at a safe moisture content. Page 1 of 6 'Good Hygiene Practices along the coffee chain'

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  • Moisture Content of the Biomass - an overview ...

    A.A. Rentizelas, in Biomass Supply Chains for Bioenergy and Biorefining, 2016 6.4.5 Degradation management during storage. The degradation of biomass during storage is tightly connected to the moisture content of the biomass.As mentioned in Section 6.4.1, moisture levels below 15% have been found to inhibit anaerobic microbial activity and allow for safe long-term storage of …

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  • A critical review of biogas production and usage with ...

    2021-5-30u2002·u2002The conversion of biomass to energy has been promoting from 65 GW in 2010 to 120 GW in 2019 due to climate change, reasonable energy prices, distributed generation increase, and environmental aspects, in recent years. Wastes with high moisture content are more compatible with conversion by anaerobic digestion, landfill, and digestion technologies.

    Get Price
  • Determination of Total Solids in Technical Report

    2013-10-17u2002·u2002Oven dry weight (ODW)-the weight of biomass mathematically corrected for the amount of moisture present in the sample at the time of weighing : 3.2. Total solids - the amount of solids remaining after heating the sample at 105ºC to constant weight. Conversely, the moisture content is a measure of the amount of water (and other

    Get Price
  • Superheated steam drying of sawdust in continuous feed ...

    2014-12-1u2002·u2002All moisture content in this paper has been reported on wet basis. The drying process is very energy intensive. For example, the energy requirement for drying sawdust with a moisture content of w H 2 O = 55% down to 15% is roughly 10% of the calorific energy value of the wet biomass . In recent years, considerable amounts of research have been ...

    Get Price
  • MOISTURE CONTENT BY THE OVEN-DRY METHOD FOR

    2017-7-17u2002·u2002be about 1% with an equilibrium moisture content of about 0.1 to 0.2%. On a humid day the samples wont dry as much, but at 217°F the variability due to ambient conditions is minimal. An oven in a humid tropical country will give results that are within 0.3 or 0.4% moisture content of and oven in a cold dry climate as long as 217°F is used.

    Get Price
  • Measuring Moisture Content & Water Activity - IFT.org

    2009-11-1u2002·u2002Moisture content is generally used as the end measurement in production, he said, but water activity gives tighter control and will find increased use at line, if not online. Measuring Moisture Content There are many methods for determination of moisture content. The primary methods used are loss on drying and Karl Fischer titration.

    Get Price
  • Dry Matter Determination – DAIReXNET

    2019-8-16u2002·u2002Dry matter refers to material remaining after removal of water, and the moisture content reflects the amount of water present in the feed ingredient. The nutrients in feeds, required by the animal for maintenance, growth, pregnancy, and lactation, are part of the DM portion of the feed.

    Get Price
  • Heat pump assisted drying of agricultural produce—an ...

    2011-4-6u2002·u2002Drying is an indispensable process in many food industries and in many agricultural countries, the large quantities of food products are dried to improve shelf life, reduce packaging cost, lower shipping weights, enhance appearance, encapsulate original flavour and maintain nutritional value (Chou and Chua 2001).The primary objective of drying is to remove moisture …

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  • Decomposition through pyrolysis process of coconut fiber ...

    2017-4-20u2002·u2002Pyrolysis process of coconut fiber and rice husk was studied with the purpose of determining the kinetic parameters activation energy (E) and logarithm of pre-exponential factor (log A) in agreement with converted fraction (α). The determination of kinetic parameters was done through software Thermokinetics by NETZSCH, which associated ''Model Free'' package …

    Get Price
  • DETERMINATION OF MOISTURE CONTENT

    2015-8-4u2002·u2002moisture determination to be insensitive over the range 12–20% moisture content, and therefore unsuitable for determining the end of drying (i.e. when coffee has a maximum of 12% moisture), or for verifying that coffee in the marketing chain is at a safe moisture content. Page 1 of 6 'Good Hygiene Practices along the coffee chain'

    Get Price
  • Moisture Content of the Biomass - an overview ...

    A.A. Rentizelas, in Biomass Supply Chains for Bioenergy and Biorefining, 2016 6.4.5 Degradation management during storage. The degradation of biomass during storage is tightly connected to the moisture content of the biomass.As mentioned in Section 6.4.1, moisture levels below 15% have been found to inhibit anaerobic microbial activity and allow for safe long-term storage of …

    Get Price
  • A critical review of biogas production and usage with ...

    2021-5-30u2002·u2002The conversion of biomass to energy has been promoting from 65 GW in 2010 to 120 GW in 2019 due to climate change, reasonable energy prices, distributed generation increase, and environmental aspects, in recent years. Wastes with high moisture content are more compatible with conversion by anaerobic digestion, landfill, and digestion technologies.

    Get Price
  • Determination of Total Solids in Technical Report

    2013-10-17u2002·u2002Oven dry weight (ODW)-the weight of biomass mathematically corrected for the amount of moisture present in the sample at the time of weighing : 3.2. Total solids - the amount of solids remaining after heating the sample at 105ºC to constant weight. Conversely, the moisture content is a measure of the amount of water (and other

    Get Price
  • Superheated steam drying of sawdust in continuous feed ...

    2014-12-1u2002·u2002All moisture content in this paper has been reported on wet basis. The drying process is very energy intensive. For example, the energy requirement for drying sawdust with a moisture content of w H 2 O = 55% down to 15% is roughly 10% of the calorific energy value of the wet biomass . In recent years, considerable amounts of research have been ...

    Get Price
  • MOISTURE CONTENT BY THE OVEN-DRY METHOD FOR

    2017-7-17u2002·u2002be about 1% with an equilibrium moisture content of about 0.1 to 0.2%. On a humid day the samples wont dry as much, but at 217°F the variability due to ambient conditions is minimal. An oven in a humid tropical country will give results that are within 0.3 or 0.4% moisture content of and oven in a cold dry climate as long as 217°F is used.

    Get Price
  • Measuring Moisture Content & Water Activity - IFT.org

    2009-11-1u2002·u2002Moisture content is generally used as the end measurement in production, he said, but water activity gives tighter control and will find increased use at line, if not online. Measuring Moisture Content There are many methods for determination of moisture content. The primary methods used are loss on drying and Karl Fischer titration.

    Get Price
  • Dry Matter Determination – DAIReXNET

    2019-8-16u2002·u2002Dry matter refers to material remaining after removal of water, and the moisture content reflects the amount of water present in the feed ingredient. The nutrients in feeds, required by the animal for maintenance, growth, pregnancy, and lactation, are part of the DM portion of the feed.

    Get Price
  • Heat pump assisted drying of agricultural produce—an ...

    2011-4-6u2002·u2002Drying is an indispensable process in many food industries and in many agricultural countries, the large quantities of food products are dried to improve shelf life, reduce packaging cost, lower shipping weights, enhance appearance, encapsulate original flavour and maintain nutritional value (Chou and Chua 2001).The primary objective of drying is to remove moisture …

    Get Price
  • Decomposition through pyrolysis process of coconut fiber ...

    2017-4-20u2002·u2002Pyrolysis process of coconut fiber and rice husk was studied with the purpose of determining the kinetic parameters activation energy (E) and logarithm of pre-exponential factor (log A) in agreement with converted fraction (α). The determination of kinetic parameters was done through software Thermokinetics by NETZSCH, which associated ''Model Free'' package …

    Get Price
  • DETERMINATION OF MOISTURE CONTENT

    2015-8-4u2002·u2002moisture determination to be insensitive over the range 12–20% moisture content, and therefore unsuitable for determining the end of drying (i.e. when coffee has a maximum of 12% moisture), or for verifying that coffee in the marketing chain is at a safe moisture content. Page 1 of 6 'Good Hygiene Practices along the coffee chain'

    Get Price
  • Moisture Content of the Biomass - an overview ...

    A.A. Rentizelas, in Biomass Supply Chains for Bioenergy and Biorefining, 2016 6.4.5 Degradation management during storage. The degradation of biomass during storage is tightly connected to the moisture content of the biomass.As mentioned in Section 6.4.1, moisture levels below 15% have been found to inhibit anaerobic microbial activity and allow for safe long-term storage of biomass.

    Get Price
  • A critical review of biogas production and usage with ...

    2021-5-30u2002·u2002The conversion of biomass to energy has been promoting from 65 GW in 2010 to 120 GW in 2019 due to climate change, reasonable energy prices, distributed generation increase, and environmental aspects, in recent years. Wastes with high moisture content are more compatible with conversion by anaerobic digestion, landfill, and digestion technologies.

    Get Price
  • Determination of Total Solids in Technical Report

    2013-10-17u2002·u2002Oven dry weight (ODW)-the weight of biomass mathematically corrected for the amount of moisture present in the sample at the time of weighing : 3.2. Total solids - the amount of solids remaining after heating the sample at 105ºC to constant weight. Conversely, the moisture content is a measure of the amount of water (and other

    Get Price
  • Superheated steam drying of sawdust in continuous feed ...

    2014-12-1u2002·u2002All moisture content in this paper has been reported on wet basis. The drying process is very energy intensive. For example, the energy requirement for drying sawdust with a moisture content of w H 2 O = 55% down to 15% is roughly 10% of the calorific energy value of the wet biomass . In recent years, considerable amounts of research have been ...

    Get Price
  • MOISTURE CONTENT BY THE OVEN-DRY METHOD FOR

    2017-7-17u2002·u2002be about 1% with an equilibrium moisture content of about 0.1 to 0.2%. On a humid day the samples wont dry as much, but at 217°F the variability due to ambient conditions is minimal. An oven in a humid tropical country will give results that are within 0.3 or 0.4% moisture content of and oven in a cold dry climate as long as 217°F is used.

    Get Price
  • Measuring Moisture Content & Water Activity - IFT.org

    2009-11-1u2002·u2002Moisture content is generally used as the end measurement in production, he said, but water activity gives tighter control and will find increased use at line, if not online. Measuring Moisture Content There are many methods for determination of moisture content. The primary methods used are loss on drying and Karl Fischer titration.

    Get Price
  • Dry Matter Determination – DAIReXNET

    2019-8-16u2002·u2002Dry matter refers to material remaining after removal of water, and the moisture content reflects the amount of water present in the feed ingredient. The nutrients in feeds, required by the animal for maintenance, growth, pregnancy, …

    Get Price
  • Heat pump assisted drying of agricultural produce—an ...

    2011-4-6u2002·u2002Drying is an indispensable process in many food industries and in many agricultural countries, the large quantities of food products are dried to improve shelf life, reduce packaging cost, lower shipping weights, enhance appearance, encapsulate original flavour and maintain nutritional value (Chou and Chua 2001).The primary objective of drying is to remove moisture …

    Get Price
  • Decomposition through pyrolysis process of coconut fiber ...

    2017-4-20u2002·u2002Pyrolysis process of coconut fiber and rice husk was studied with the purpose of determining the kinetic parameters activation energy (E) and logarithm of pre-exponential factor (log A) in agreement with converted fraction (α). The determination of kinetic parameters was done through software Thermokinetics by NETZSCH, which associated ''Model Free'' package enabled …

    Get Price
  • DETERMINATION OF MOISTURE CONTENT

    2015-8-4u2002·u2002moisture determination to be insensitive over the range 12–20% moisture content, and therefore unsuitable for determining the end of drying (i.e. when coffee has a maximum of 12% moisture), or for verifying that coffee in the marketing chain is at a safe moisture content. Page 1 of 6 'Good Hygiene Practices along the coffee chain'

    Get Price
  • Moisture Content of the Biomass - an overview ...

    A.A. Rentizelas, in Biomass Supply Chains for Bioenergy and Biorefining, 2016 6.4.5 Degradation management during storage. The degradation of biomass during storage is tightly connected to the moisture content of the biomass.As mentioned in Section 6.4.1, moisture levels below 15% have been found to inhibit anaerobic microbial activity and allow for safe long-term storage of …

    Get Price
  • A critical review of biogas production and usage with ...

    2021-5-30u2002·u2002The conversion of biomass to energy has been promoting from 65 GW in 2010 to 120 GW in 2019 due to climate change, reasonable energy prices, distributed generation increase, and environmental aspects, in recent years. Wastes with high moisture content are more compatible with conversion by anaerobic digestion, landfill, and digestion technologies.

    Get Price
  • Determination of Total Solids in Technical Report

    2013-10-17u2002·u2002Oven dry weight (ODW)-the weight of biomass mathematically corrected for the amount of moisture present in the sample at the time of weighing : 3.2. Total solids - the amount of solids remaining after heating the sample at 105ºC to constant weight. Conversely, the moisture content is a measure of the amount of water (and other

    Get Price
  • Superheated steam drying of sawdust in continuous feed ...

    2014-12-1u2002·u2002All moisture content in this paper has been reported on wet basis. The drying process is very energy intensive. For example, the energy requirement for drying sawdust with a moisture content of w H 2 O = 55% down to 15% is roughly 10% of the calorific energy value of the wet biomass . In recent years, considerable amounts of research have been ...

    Get Price
  • MOISTURE CONTENT BY THE OVEN-DRY METHOD FOR

    2017-7-17u2002·u2002be about 1% with an equilibrium moisture content of about 0.1 to 0.2%. On a humid day the samples wont dry as much, but at 217°F the variability due to ambient conditions is minimal. An oven in a humid tropical country will give results that are within 0.3 or 0.4% moisture content of and oven in a cold dry climate as long as 217°F is used.

    Get Price
  • Measuring Moisture Content & Water Activity - IFT.org

    2009-11-1u2002·u2002Moisture content is generally used as the end measurement in production, he said, but water activity gives tighter control and will find increased use at line, if not online. Measuring Moisture Content There are many methods for determination of moisture content. The primary methods used are loss on drying and Karl Fischer titration.

    Get Price
  • Dry Matter Determination – DAIReXNET

    2019-8-16u2002·u2002Dry matter refers to material remaining after removal of water, and the moisture content reflects the amount of water present in the feed ingredient. The nutrients in feeds, required by the animal for maintenance, growth, pregnancy, and lactation, are part of the DM portion of the feed.

    Get Price
  • Heat pump assisted drying of agricultural produce—an ...

    2011-4-6u2002·u2002Drying is an indispensable process in many food industries and in many agricultural countries, the large quantities of food products are dried to improve shelf life, reduce packaging cost, lower shipping weights, enhance appearance, encapsulate original flavour and maintain nutritional value (Chou and Chua 2001).The primary objective of drying is to remove moisture …

    Get Price
  • Decomposition through pyrolysis process of coconut fiber ...

    2017-4-20u2002·u2002Pyrolysis process of coconut fiber and rice husk was studied with the purpose of determining the kinetic parameters activation energy (E) and logarithm of pre-exponential factor (log A) in agreement with converted fraction (α). The determination of kinetic parameters was done through software Thermokinetics by NETZSCH, which associated ''Model Free'' package …

    Get Price
  • DETERMINATION OF MOISTURE CONTENT

    2015-8-4u2002·u2002moisture determination to be insensitive over the range 12–20% moisture content, and therefore unsuitable for determining the end of drying (i.e. when coffee has a maximum of 12% moisture), or for verifying that coffee in the marketing chain is at a safe moisture content. Page 1 of 6 'Good Hygiene Practices along the coffee chain'

    Get Price
  • Moisture Content of the Biomass - an overview ...

    A.A. Rentizelas, in Biomass Supply Chains for Bioenergy and Biorefining, 2016 6.4.5 Degradation management during storage. The degradation of biomass during storage is tightly connected to the moisture content of the biomass.As mentioned in Section 6.4.1, moisture levels below 15% have been found to inhibit anaerobic microbial activity and allow for safe long-term storage of …

    Get Price
  • A critical review of biogas production and usage with ...

    2021-5-30u2002·u2002The conversion of biomass to energy has been promoting from 65 GW in 2010 to 120 GW in 2019 due to climate change, reasonable energy prices, distributed generation increase, and environmental aspects, in recent years. Wastes with high moisture content are more compatible with conversion by anaerobic digestion, landfill, and digestion technologies.

    Get Price
  • Determination of Total Solids in Technical Report

    2013-10-17u2002·u2002Oven dry weight (ODW)-the weight of biomass mathematically corrected for the amount of moisture present in the sample at the time of weighing : 3.2. Total solids - the amount of solids remaining after heating the sample at 105ºC to constant weight. Conversely, the moisture content is a measure of the amount of water (and other

    Get Price
  • Superheated steam drying of sawdust in continuous feed ...

    2014-12-1u2002·u2002All moisture content in this paper has been reported on wet basis. The drying process is very energy intensive. For example, the energy requirement for drying sawdust with a moisture content of w H 2 O = 55% down to 15% is roughly 10% of the calorific energy value of the wet biomass . In recent years, considerable amounts of research have been ...

    Get Price
  • MOISTURE CONTENT BY THE OVEN-DRY METHOD FOR

    2017-7-17u2002·u2002be about 1% with an equilibrium moisture content of about 0.1 to 0.2%. On a humid day the samples wont dry as much, but at 217°F the variability due to ambient conditions is minimal. An oven in a humid tropical country will give results that are within 0.3 or 0.4% moisture content of and oven in a cold dry climate as long as 217°F is used.

    Get Price
  • Measuring Moisture Content & Water Activity - IFT.org

    2009-11-1u2002·u2002Moisture content is generally used as the end measurement in production, he said, but water activity gives tighter control and will find increased use at line, if not online. Measuring Moisture Content There are many methods for determination of moisture content. The primary methods used are loss on drying and Karl Fischer titration.

    Get Price
  • Dry Matter Determination – DAIReXNET

    2019-8-16u2002·u2002Dry matter refers to material remaining after removal of water, and the moisture content reflects the amount of water present in the feed ingredient. The nutrients in feeds, required by the animal for maintenance, growth, pregnancy, and lactation, are part of the DM portion of the feed.

    Get Price
  • Heat pump assisted drying of agricultural produce—an ...

    2011-4-6u2002·u2002Drying is an indispensable process in many food industries and in many agricultural countries, the large quantities of food products are dried to improve shelf life, reduce packaging cost, lower shipping weights, enhance appearance, encapsulate original flavour and maintain nutritional value (Chou and Chua 2001).The primary objective of drying is to remove moisture …

    Get Price
  • Decomposition through pyrolysis process of coconut fiber ...

    2017-4-20u2002·u2002Pyrolysis process of coconut fiber and rice husk was studied with the purpose of determining the kinetic parameters activation energy (E) and logarithm of pre-exponential factor (log A) in agreement with converted fraction (α). The determination of kinetic parameters was done through software Thermokinetics by NETZSCH, which associated ''Model Free'' package …

    Get Price
  • DETERMINATION OF MOISTURE CONTENT

    2015-8-4u2002·u2002moisture determination to be insensitive over the range 12–20% moisture content, and therefore unsuitable for determining the end of drying (i.e. when coffee has a maximum of 12% moisture), or for verifying that coffee in the marketing chain is at a safe moisture content. Page 1 of 6 'Good Hygiene Practices along the coffee chain'

    Get Price
  • Moisture Content of the Biomass - an overview ...

    A.A. Rentizelas, in Biomass Supply Chains for Bioenergy and Biorefining, 2016 6.4.5 Degradation management during storage. The degradation of biomass during storage is tightly connected to the moisture content of the biomass.As mentioned in Section 6.4.1, moisture levels below 15% have been found to inhibit anaerobic microbial activity and allow for safe long-term storage of …

    Get Price
  • A critical review of biogas production and usage with ...

    2021-5-30u2002·u2002The conversion of biomass to energy has been promoting from 65 GW in 2010 to 120 GW in 2019 due to climate change, reasonable energy prices, distributed generation increase, and environmental aspects, in recent years. Wastes with high moisture content are more compatible with conversion by anaerobic digestion, landfill, and digestion technologies.

    Get Price
  • Determination of Total Solids in Technical Report

    2013-10-17u2002·u2002Oven dry weight (ODW)-the weight of biomass mathematically corrected for the amount of moisture present in the sample at the time of weighing : 3.2. Total solids - the amount of solids remaining after heating the sample at 105ºC to constant weight. Conversely, the moisture content is a measure of the amount of water (and other

    Get Price
  • Superheated steam drying of sawdust in continuous feed ...

    2014-12-1u2002·u2002All moisture content in this paper has been reported on wet basis. The drying process is very energy intensive. For example, the energy requirement for drying sawdust with a moisture content of w H 2 O = 55% down to 15% is roughly 10% of the calorific energy value of the wet biomass . In recent years, considerable amounts of research have been ...

    Get Price
  • MOISTURE CONTENT BY THE OVEN-DRY METHOD FOR

    2017-7-17u2002·u2002be about 1% with an equilibrium moisture content of about 0.1 to 0.2%. On a humid day the samples wont dry as much, but at 217°F the variability due to ambient conditions is minimal. An oven in a humid tropical country will give results that are within 0.3 or 0.4% moisture content of and oven in a cold dry climate as long as 217°F is used.

    Get Price
  • Measuring Moisture Content & Water Activity - IFT.org

    2009-11-1u2002·u2002Moisture content is generally used as the end measurement in production, he said, but water activity gives tighter control and will find increased use at line, if not online. Measuring Moisture Content There are many methods for determination of moisture content. The primary methods used are loss on drying and Karl Fischer titration.

    Get Price
  • Dry Matter Determination – DAIReXNET

    2019-8-16u2002·u2002Dry matter refers to material remaining after removal of water, and the moisture content reflects the amount of water present in the feed ingredient. The nutrients in feeds, required by the animal for maintenance, growth, pregnancy, and lactation, are part of the DM portion of the feed.

    Get Price
  • Heat pump assisted drying of agricultural produce—an ...

    2011-4-6u2002·u2002Drying is an indispensable process in many food industries and in many agricultural countries, the large quantities of food products are dried to improve shelf life, reduce packaging cost, lower shipping weights, enhance appearance, encapsulate original flavour and maintain nutritional value (Chou and Chua 2001).The primary objective of drying is to remove moisture …

    Get Price
  • Decomposition through pyrolysis process of coconut fiber ...

    2017-4-20u2002·u2002Pyrolysis process of coconut fiber and rice husk was studied with the purpose of determining the kinetic parameters activation energy (E) and logarithm of pre-exponential factor (log A) in agreement with converted fraction (α). The determination of kinetic parameters was done through software Thermokinetics by NETZSCH, which associated ''Model Free'' package …

    Get Price