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Volume 226, 2018XIV International Scientific-Technical Conference “Dynamic of Technical Systems” (DTS-2018)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||4 Fundamental methods of system analysis, modeling and optimization of dynamic systems|
|Published online||07 November 2018|
Modeling of capillary-sorption process steam condensation in the system of microcapillaries of grain shells
Don State Technical University, 344002 Gagarin Square, 1, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation
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The aim of this study is to simulate the capillary-sorption process of steam condensation in the system of microcapillaries of grain shells . Modeling of the processes of intensive moisture transfer during drying of a number of materials was considered in [2,3]. In order to significantly reduce the time of moistening, moisture transfer by effusion is considered in the form of steam produced at low pressure (vacuum) with its further guaranteed condensation in micro-cavities (microcapillaries) of a porous shell of grain . Study of intensity of moisture transport in accordance with the changes in concentrations of vapour along the length of the capillary in a vacuum proved the possibility of intensifying the process of moistening the grain before grinding. The obtained mathematical model will allow to calculate the values of the theoretical weight gain of moisture in microcapillaries depending on the parameters and the time of vacuum-sorption moisture.
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