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The significance of not pricey creation of agricultural fabrics, specifically vegetation and animal items serving as base fabrics for foodstuffs, and in their technological processing (mechanical operations, garage, dealing with etc.) is ever-increasing. in the course of technological procedures agricultural fabrics could be uncovered to numerous mechanical, thermal, electric, optical and acoustical (e.g. ultrasonic) results. To Read more...

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3 Equilibrium moisture content It has been seen in the preceding chapters that agricultura l materials will generally adsorb or dissipate moisture when they are placed in media of various relative humidities. At every relative humidity there is one moisture content such that a material neither adsorbs nor dissipates moisture. This is the equilibrium moisture content [17, 36, 37]. If the equilibrium moisture content (relative to a dry basis) at a given temperature is plotted as a function of relative humidity, one of the most important characteristic s of a material is obtained, namely, the so-called sorption isotherm (Fig.

33 the logarithm of the ratio of the transmittances at 700 and 740 πιμ is plotted as a function of the number of days of ripening. Full ripening was attained between the 25th and 28th days. T he results show that the stage of ripening can be determined by measuring the transmittance; moreover, the time of ripening may be predicted on the basis of the ripening curve [16]. 4* 52 O P T I C A L PROPERTIES ο η ι 0 4 8 12 16 « ' 20 24 ' » — 28 32 Time , days Fig. 33. Variation of transmittance ratio during ripening of peaches Transmittanc e values for variously ripe tomatoes are shown as functions of wavelength in Fig.

Generally, the temperatur ture (Fig. 23) [6]. 4 "ε 20 40 60 80 Temperature, *C Fig. 23. Temperature conductivity of potatoes as a function of temperature 5. ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES Among the electrical properties of agricultura l products, their dielectric properties, their capacitance and their electrical conductivity play important roles during various technological processes. The moisture content of bulk materials s utilizing the electrical conductivity or the is widely measured by instrument capacitance of grains.

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