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Thermal behavior during high pressure freezing

AuthorsLe Bail, A.; Pérez-Mateos, Miriam ; Moreau, C.; Chourot, J. M.
Issue Date1996
Citation5th World Congress of Chemical Engineering (1996)
AbstractThis study focuses on heat transfer during high pressure (HP) freezing. HO depresses the initial freezing point of water below 220 MPa. Pressure shift freezing (PSF) consists in creating a supercooling by a rapid pressure shift. The aim of PSF is to initiate fine mucleus in the whole volume of the sample. Experiments were realised with a plastic film containing a high porosity (4.2 cm diam.) were realised with a plastic film containing a high porosity (0.98) foam which of the pressurisation rate on the duration of the first steps of the process.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado al 5th World Congress of Chemical Engineering: "Technologies Critical to a Changing World", celebrado en San Diego, California (US) del 14 al 18 de julio de 1996.-- Publicado en Agriculture, Food Biotechnology Biomedical Electric Power Process Safety II: 227-230 (1996).
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