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This multivolume work covers drying, a key industrial processes that accounts for about 10-percent of total energy consumption in industry. It guides engineers towards achieving energy savings through such approaches as improved apparatus design, optimization, and heat recovery. In so doing, it points the way to success for both researchers and practitioners in mastering this multiphase and multiscale process.Content: Chapter 1 Fundamentals of Energy Analysis of Dryers (pages 1–45): Ir. Ian C. KempChapter 2 Mechanical Solid–Liquid Separation Processes and Techniques (pages 47–97): Dr. Harald AnlaufChapter 3 Energy Considerations in Osmotic Dehydration (pages 99–119): Prof. Hosahalli S. Ramaswamy and Yetenayet Bekele TolaChapter 4 Heat Pump Assisted Drying Technology – Overview with Focus on Energy, Environment and Product Quality (pages 121–162): Dr. Sachin V. Jangam and Prof. Arun S. MujumdarChapter 5 Zeolites for Reducing Drying Energy Usage (pages 163–197): Dr. Antonius J. B. van Boxtel, Dr. Moniek A. Boon, Ir. Henk C. van Deventer and Dr. Paul J. Th. BussmannChapter 6 Solar Drying (pages 199–243): Prof. Joachim Muller and Prof. Werner MuhlbauerChapter 7 Energy Issues of Drying and Heat Treatment for Solid Wood and Other Biomass Sources (pages 245–293): Prof. Patrick Perre, Dr. Giana Almeida and Dr. Julien ColinChapter 8 Efficient Sludge Thermal Processing: From Drying to Thermal Valorization (pages 295–329): Dr. Patricia Arlabosse, Dr. Jean?Henry Ferrasse, Prof. Didier Lecomte, Prof. Michel Crine, Dr. Yohann Dumont and Prof. Angelique Leonard
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