Volume 2 collects papers on material science and technology, addressing areas such as tribological applications considering roughness effects on grain flow, design of forming dies for a manifold airbag inflator, the effects of microwave drying on dyeing rate of cotton yarn, and preparation of flexible graphite sheets with fine flake graphite.
What does MD stand for?
MD stands for Microwave Drying
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Microwave drying is capable of a much higher drying rate and energy efficiency than conventional hot air drying and is widely applied to treat various kinds of raw materials and products, including food, vegetables, fruits, wood, etc.
Microwave Drying Systems Although microwaves are used in different types of equipment, for example, microwave vacuum belt dryers, this paper will only discuss the so-called single-pot systems, or high shear granulator dryers, equipped with microwave drying capacity.
Regeneration includes freeze-drying, microwave drying, and normal drying.
Toward the end of the last century, the applications of microwave technology in wood treatment, wood heating and drying, and wood moisture measurement had been studied extensively, such as low temperature microwave drying, airflow drying with microwave, and finger-jointing with microwave (Wang 2002).
Combining microwave drying with other dehydration methods.
One of the main advantages of this process compared to other processes is the fact that there is no need for a microwave drying oven or amine catalyst gas to harden the cores.