Issue №1, Vol. 12
Solovev S., Makarova G., Tihonov E. Use of the induction heater for milk pasteurization // Resources and Technology. 2015. №1, Vol. 12. P. 1‒9.



DOI: 10.15393/j2.art.2015.2961

Use of the induction heater for milk pasteurization

Solovev
   Sergey
Velikoluksky State Agricultural Academy (SAA Velikolukskaya), mavrsol@yandex.ru
Makarova
   Galina
Velikoluksky State Agricultural Academy (SAA Velikolukskaya), mavrsol@yandex.ru
Tihonov
   Evgeny
Petrozavodsk State University, tihonov@psu.karelia.ru
Key words:
induction heating
the center hub
thermal stream
the isothermal layer
unevenly distributed sources of heat
heat differential
heat conductivity
thermal productivity
cylindrical tube
boundary conditions
Summary: Abstract: An energy-efficient pasteurizing unit is designed for farms with 100 heads of dairy herd. In most indirect heating pasteurizers, extra energy is spent for secondary coolants transportation and heat loss through the pipeline surface thus resulting in low efficiency and high power consumption. Induction heating is characterized by heat release in the heated bodies enabling them to transmit more power and to get high thermal efficiency due to heat generation only in the portions of the required volumes. The purpose of this study is to determine geometric dimensions of the elements of a rational induction heater for a given heat output and to ensure uniform heating of milk over the cross section of the heater.

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