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Authors: C.M. Rufino Franco, A.G. Barbosa de Lima
Abstract:Hygroscopic materials can suffer variations in water content and temperature according to ambient air conditions. In the case of agricultural...
Authors: M. Vázquez da Silva, J.M.P.Q. Delgado
Abstract:Osmotic dehydration is a water removal process that consists of placing foods, such as pieces of fruits and vegetables, in a hypertonic...
Authors: V.S. Silva, J.M.P.Q. Delgado, W.M.P. Barbosa de Lima, A.G. Barbosa de Lima
Abstract:The drying is a thermodynamic process of simultaneous heat transfer and moisture removal of a porous material. Clay products when exposed to...
Authors: A. Ahmadi-Sénichault, V. Canseco, N. Sefrioui-Chaibainou, A. Omari, H. Bertin
Abstract:The main objective of this paper is to give more insight on colloids deposition and re-entrainment in presence of a rough surface....
Authors: Paweł Popielarski, Zenon Ignaszak
Abstract:The problem described in the paper concerns the thermo-physical properties of the green mould material to which the cast iron is most often...
Authors: Bernardo Buonomo, Oronzio Manca, Sergio Nardini, D. Ricci
Abstract:Heat transfer enhancement technology has the aim to develop more efficient systems as demanded in many applications in the fields of...
Authors: E. Barreira, J.M.P.Q. Delgado
Abstract:The effect of moisture in buildings is normally related with damage, which may occur due to the presence of moisture itself or due to its...
Authors: J.M.P.Q. Delgado, A.S. Guimarães, V.P. de Freitas
Abstract:The main goal of this work is to present a complete review of rising damp treatment in building heritage using a technique developed in our...
Authors: Antonio F. Miguel
Abstract:Living organisms are open dissipative thermodynamic systems that rely on mechano-thermo-electrochemical interactions to survive. Plant...
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