Introduction to Food Engineering (5th edition)
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Errata Sheet for Introduction to Food Engineering (5th edition)
Example 11.1 (pp 653):
step 1: Density = 1/((0.11/1593)+(0.89/998.2)) = 1041 kg /m3
step 2: c = 0.11 x 1041 = 114.5
step 3 = (114.5 x 8314 x 293)/180 = 1550 kPa
Errata Sheet for Introduction to Food Engineering (4th edition)
By R. Paul Singh and Dennis R. Heldman
Academic Press an imprint of Elsevier Inc.
Errata Sheet
Item |
Correction |
Example 1.1 (p8) |
In part d, the pressure used in calculation should be 29.38 psia (and not 29.28), the calculated pressure should be 202567 Pa or 202.57 kPa. |
Page 60, line # 13 |
a sphere has the smallest surface area-to-volume ratio. |
Example 2.10 (p105) |
Step (1) should read P1=P3=Patm |
Equation 2.145 (p146) |
On the left hand side, replace uB with u2. |
Problem 2.8 (p179) |
pressure drop is 78.86kPa |
Problem 2.10 (p180) |
Cf should be 3 |
Problem 2.13 (p180) |
mass flow rate = 23 kg/s |
Example 3.6 (p242) |
Assume cp of pudding = 4 kJ/kgC |
Equation 4.85 (p303) |
In this equation the = and + signs are missing, see equation (4.84) for correct placement of these signs. |
Example 4.29 (p 376) |
The relative dielectric constant is 64 |
Problem 4.52 (p391) |
Final temperature = 128 C |
Page 518 (line# 7) |
Latent heat = 333.3 kJ/kg |
Example 7.1(p 519) |
Convective heat transfer coefficient = 50 W/m^2 C |
Example 12.7 (p677) |
In step 3, change 2354 to 2365.5, in step 5, change 2.82 to 2.834 in step 7, change 1.276 to 1.282,and in step 9, change 3.077 to 3.08 |
Table A.2.9 (p786) |
Eqn for k (thermal conductivity) for Fat: change 2.7604 x 10^-3T to 2.7604 x 10^-4T |