1 edition of Experimental forced-air precooling of Florida citrus fruit found in the catalog.
Experimental forced-air precooling of Florida citrus fruit
by Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Other titles||Experimental forced air precooling of Florida citrus fruit.|
|Statement||[by James Soule, G.E. Yost, and A.H. Bennett]|
|Contributions||Yost, Gilbert E., 1924-, Bennett, A. H. (Arthur Herbert), 1924-, United States. Agricultural Research Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Get this from a library. Experimental forced-air precooling of Florida citrus fruit. [James Soule; G E Yost; A H Bennett; United States. Agricultural Research Service.; University of Florida. Agricultural Experiment Station.]. The fruit weight-loss percentage after pre-cooling was significantly affected by the air direction and air velocity rates.
The weight loss (%) was significantly lower with forced air pre-cooling of large and medium having an air velocity of m s −1 compared with those of 1 and m s −1. The induced air increased the weight loss after Author: A.M.
Elansari, Yehia S. Mostafa. Packaging Oranges Precooling Export As an alternative to forced-air precooling, warm loading of citrus fruit into refrigerated containers for cooling during marine transport was explored.
Moreover, precooling minimizes the designed heat load needed for cold rooms and transport equipment, where studies showed that the postharvest losses of commercial fruit and vegetable is almost up to 25%–30% without precooling in the whole storing and transporting chain while it is only 5%–10% through precooling (Yang et al., ).
James Soule has written: 'Experimental forced-air precooling of Florida citrus fruit' -- subject(s): Citrus fruit, Precooling Asked in Citrus Fruit Is a Passion fruit a citrus fruit. Abstract. Precooling of fresh fruits and vegetables is an effective tool in extending the shelf-life of the fresh produce.
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Raviv, I. Kopelman. "Experimental Forced-Air Precooling of Florida Citrus Fruit," May, Marketing Research Report No. Agricultural Research Service, USDA. Available from the Harvesting and Handling Section, Citrus Experiment Station. Abstracts of talks, Eighth Annual Packinghouse Day, September 3, EFFECTS OF FORCED-AIR PRECOOLING ON FRUIT QUALITY AND STORAGE LIFE OF ‘NAMDOKMAI’ MANGO (MANGIFERA INDICA L.) ABSTRACT Mango fruit cv.
‘Namdokmai’ (Mangifera indica L.) harvested at the mature-green stage were precooled by forced air cooling ( m/s air velocity) at 5oC, 8oC, 10oC or 13oC.
Fruit temperature expectedly decreased from. Heat transfer in beds for citrus fruits during forced convection cooling. Item menu. The forced-air pre-cooling with the highest air velocity of 1ms−1 resulted in the shortest significant cooling time in all fruit sizes.
The forced air cooling at the three rates did not. Studies have shown that forced-air precooling can be adapted to a wide range of horticultural crops such as berries, citrus and cut flowers. Commercial forced-air is the most important precooling technology during horticultural crop postharvest process in.
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