By Rodolfo H. Mascheroni
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1 Approximate Solution for Infinite Slab, Infinite Cylinder, and Sphere All the approximate methods are based on the evidence that the time–temperature curve decreases in an exponential way, after an initial period of time when the temperature behaves quite differently depending on the location and the shape. 2. 29) at any location defined by x′ and T′ = 2 2 2 sin µ e − µ Fo = jce − µ Fo µ + sin µ cos µ at the center of the slab, where x′ = 0. 31) that is, the value of j at any location of the infinite slab can be derived from the value of jc at its center as jslab = jc,slab cos(μx′).
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Operations in food refrigeration by Rodolfo H. Mascheroni