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This is the second one e-book stemming from the overseas Congress on Engineering in nutrition, the 1st being Food Engineering Interfaces, in keeping with the final ICEF10. The subject of ICEF eleven, held in Athens, Greece in may well 2011, is “Food procedure Engineering in a altering World.” The convention explored the methods nutrients engineering contributes to the options of important difficulties in an international of accelerating inhabitants and complexity that's lower than the serious constraints of constrained assets of uncooked fabrics, strength, and setting. The ebook, produced from 32 chapters, positive aspects an interdisciplinary concentration, together with nutrition fabrics technological know-how, engineering houses of meals, advances in meals approach expertise, novel meals methods, sensible meals, meals waste engineering, nutrition approach layout and economics, modeling foodstuff protection and caliber, and innovation management.
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7 T; Bruker Biospin MRI, Ettlingen, Germany). By introducing microwave power (at 2,450 MHz) directly into the tomograph where the sample to be heated is located, the design avoids temperature equilibration between microwave heating and measuring of the temperature distribution. For a detailed description of the system the reader is referred to Knoerzer (2006). This system, together with the MRI tomograph and an appropriate pulse protocol, allows for measuring three-dimensional temperature distributions during microwave heating in real time.
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