UNIT OPERATIONS IN FOOD PROCESSING
R. L. EARLE with M.D. EARLE
An introduction to the principles
of food process engineering
NZIFST - The New Zealand Institute of Food Science & Technology
Contents
About the book
Introduction
Material and energy
balances

Fluid-flow theory
Fluid-flow applications
Heat-transfer theory
Heat-transfer
applications

Drying
Evaporation
Contact-equilibrium
processes

Mechanical
separations

Size reduction
Mixing
Appendices
Index to Figures
Index to Examples
References
Bibliography
Useful links
Feedback

Unit operations in food processing - 2nd ed
This is the free web edition of a popular textbook known for its simple approach to the diversity and complexity of food processing.

First published in 1966 but still relevant today, Unit Operations in Food Processing explains the principles of operations and illustrates them by individual processes.

Each Chapter contains unworked examples to help the student food technologist or process engineer gain a grasp of the subject.

Now in electronic form, fully searchable and cross-linked, this online resource will also be a useful quick reference for technical workers in the food industry.

The author, Dick Earle (owner of the copyright) gives permission to download and print any part or all of the text for any nonprofit purposes. Content can be printed by individual page, or as complete Chapters.

Funding, publication and hosting for the book is provided by the New Zealand Institute of Food Science & Technology (NZIFST).

This web edition of Unit Operations in Food Processing is given by Dick and Mary Earle, with the support of the NZIFST, as a service to education in food technology, and to the wider food industry.


Unit Operations in Food Processing - the Web Edition
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