Food Process Animations

This page contains links to animations of figures published in Introduction to Food Engineering, 5th edition. The purpose of these animations is to enhance understanding of engineering concepts given in the text. To view these animations, the user must have a Flash player installed in the browser. The player is available free of charge from Adobe. All animations are copyrighted. Please refer to important disclaimer at the bottom of this page prior to viewing these figures.

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Flexible System Boundary

Fluid Flow
Pipelines in Milk Pasteurization
Fluid flow in layers (Deck of cards analogy)
Movement of a steel block
Fluid layer between two plates
Reynolds experiment
Moody Diagram
Centrifugal pump
Pitot tube
Orifice Plate
Velocity Ratio for Non-Newtonian Fluids (Chart)

Heat Transfer
Conduction in a wall
Conduction in a pipe
Conduction in a multilayered wall
Conduction in a multilayered pipe
natural convection
forced convection

Heat Exchangers
Plate heat exchanger
Five stage plate pasteurizer
Heat regeneration in juice processing
tubular heat exchanger
triple-tube heat exchanger
scraped-surface heat exchanger
Shell and Tube heat exchanger
steam infusion heat exchanger

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