Construction of the solution of the thermal-convective drying problem for porous solids in drying plants

Chaplya Ye. Ya., Hayvas B. I., Torskyy A. R.
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Abstract: 
In this paper the approximate solutions of the one-dimensional linear mathematical model of porous bodies drying are obtained, which makes it possible to establish the temperature of the phase transition for arbitrary changes of temperature regimes of a drying agent, the changes of the relative moisture in the body during drying as a function of geometrical and physical parameters, the influence of the rate and relative moisture of a drying agent on the drying process in order to optimize this process.
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Math. Model. Comput. Vol.2, No.1, pp.1-15 (2015)