Last edited by Tozshura
Saturday, May 9, 2020 | History

3 edition of Measurement of moisture in solids found in the catalog.

Measurement of moisture in solids

P. J. Geary

Measurement of moisture in solids

a survey based on scientific and technical literature

by P. J. Geary

  • 374 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Sira Institute in Chislehurst .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Moisture -- Measurement.,
  • Moisture -- Measurement -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby P. J. Geary.
    ContributionsBritish Scientific Instrument Research Association.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA418.64 .G43
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[5], 89 p.
    Number of Pages89
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5011122M
    ISBN 100900223006
    LC Control Number76555744
    OCLC/WorldCa137303

    moisture present in the sample at the time of weighing: Total solids - the amount of solids remaining after heating the sample at ºC to constant weight. Conversely, the moisture content is a measure of the amount of water (and other components volatilized at o. C) present in such a sample. Total dissolved solids. Slurry is a mixture of a solid and a liquid. The density of a slurry can be calculated as. ρ m = / [c w / ρ s + [ - c w] / ρ l] (1). where. ρ m = density of slurry (lb/ft 3, kg/m 3). c w = concentration of solids by weight in the slurry (%). ρ s = density of the solids (lb/ft 3, kg/m 3). ρ l = density of liquid without solids .

      Moisture balances combine a balance or weighing scale with a heating element, and are used to determine the water content of solids. They are extensively used in manufacturing for quality control of food, seeds, medical creams, paper or other products, to ensure each batch has the same % of water . There are numerous online moisture measurement techniques. Dielectric Measurement and Near InfraRed Reflectance are two that have proven to be accurate and reliable in many industries. RF Dielectric Technique. This method relies on the relatively high dielectric of water relative to most solids.

    1) LOSS ON DRYING- Classic laboratory direct method moisture test for solids and semi-solids, where materials are heated so that moisture present in the material evaporates. The ending weight is subtracted from the beginning weight, and expressed as percentage. Although this method is widely used as the standard in many industrial applications, care has to be taken to prevent chemical changes. most problems requiring onetime moisture-content data. The radioactive method is normally best for obtaining repeated measurements of soil moisture in place. It is concluded that all methods have some limitations and t^at the ideal method for measurement of soil moisture under field conditions has yet Cited by:


Share this book
You might also like
Expansion, trade and industry

Expansion, trade and industry

Social policy versus economic policy

Social policy versus economic policy

Eldorado Red

Eldorado Red

First family

First family

Applied Linear Algebra (Pure and Applied Mathematics (Marcel Dekker))

Applied Linear Algebra (Pure and Applied Mathematics (Marcel Dekker))

Practical home decorating and repairs illustrated

Practical home decorating and repairs illustrated

The British carpenter

The British carpenter

Bridge across the Columbia River at or near Arlington, Oreg.

Bridge across the Columbia River at or near Arlington, Oreg.

Interstate Conference of Co-ordinating Committees and Welfare Officers

Interstate Conference of Co-ordinating Committees and Welfare Officers

Low-level drug offenders

Low-level drug offenders

A fluid inclusion and stable isotope study of Keweenawan fissure-vein hosted copper sulphide mineralisation, Mamainse Point, Ontario

A fluid inclusion and stable isotope study of Keweenawan fissure-vein hosted copper sulphide mineralisation, Mamainse Point, Ontario

Alphabet

Alphabet

The breach in the wall

The breach in the wall

Kazan on Kazan

Kazan on Kazan

The development of educational broadcasting in Japan.

The development of educational broadcasting in Japan.

The history of oracles, in two dissertations. ... By M. de. Fontenelle, ... Translated from the best edition of the original French

The history of oracles, in two dissertations. ... By M. de. Fontenelle, ... Translated from the best edition of the original French

A Christmas Courtship

A Christmas Courtship

Measurement of moisture in solids by P. J. Geary Download PDF EPUB FB2

Trace moisture in solids must be controlled for plastics, pharmaceuticals and heat treatment processes. Measurement applications in gases and liquids include, for example, drying processes, hydrocarbon processing, pure gases in the semiconductor industry, natural gas pipeline transport, the conditioning of food and other products.

Moisture analysis covers a variety of methods for measuring high levels of moisture, as well as trace amounts, in solids, liquids, or gases. There are many applications where trace moisture measurements are indispensable for manufacturing and for process quality assurance.

Trace moisture in solids must be controlled for plastics, pharmaceuticals and heat treatment processes. Measurement of the Optical Properties of Water and Water Vapor.

Measurement of Acoustic Properties of Water Vapor. Measurement of Suction Pressure in Solid Materials. Measurement of Nuclear Properties of Water. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. Thermogravimetry. Measurement of the Thermal Properties of Solids.

Nanostructured Measurement. The scientific literature published since Pande's comprehensive monograph Handbook of Moisture Determination and Control () was surveyed (to mid) for new or improved techniques of determining moisture in solids.

Particular attention is given to methods that might distinguish between bound and free moisture in organic by:   A particular microwave moisture/solids analyzer (CEM Corporation, Matthews, NC), or equivalent, is specified in the AOAC International procedures for total solids analysis of processed tomato products (AOAC Method ) and moisture content analysis of meat and poultry products (AOAC Method ).Cited by:   Water activity measurement also is described, since it parallels the measurement of total moisture as an important stability and quality factor.

With an understanding of techniques described, one can apply appropriate moisture analyses to a wide variety of food by: from book Food Analysis (pp) Moisture and Total Solids Analysis.

Chapter June Latter parts of Measurement of moisture in solids book chapter describe water activity measurement, since it parallels the. The coulometric method can measure from 10 micrograms to 10 milligrams of water (low water samples).

However there are some drawbacks. First, the test is destructive, meaning the sample is altered and can’t be reused or reintroduced into the main product sample or Size: KB.

Sometimes a related parameter, known as the total solids, is reported as a measure of the moisture content.

The total solids content is a measure of the amount of material remaining after all the water has been evaporated: Thus, %Total solids = ( - %Moisture). Determination of Moisture Content 1. Introduction: Drying, storage, marketing, and roasting are four important aspects of coffee handling in which moisture plays an important role: Drying: moisture measurement at the end of drying is essential to follow up drying course and to decide whether it is achieved or not.

On one hand,File Size: KB. provides precise measurements of moisture content down to ppbV. Another premium product, QCM analyzers require minimal maintenance. If the main interest is for moisture content rather the dew point temperature, then QCM technology is a good choice.

Thermal Conductivity Binary Gas analyzer This technology is used to measure. The solids remaining on the filters must then be dried until all residual moisture present is gone.

This is done by drying in an oven, cooling in a desiccator, then weighing. This cycle of oven, desiccator and weighing should be repeated until a constant weight is seen – showing that all moisture. from book Food Analysis (pp) Moisture and Total Solids Analysis.

Chapter February Scope and approach Current moisture measurement techniques (both destructive and non Author: Robert L. Bradley. dry solids content at ‑°C. Drying at °C compared with drying at °C enables the evaluation of the salts content in crystallisation water, the water content related to the hydroxides, and some extremely volatile matters (oils).

Moisture Analysis for the Cannabis Industry Application Note Octo Protein, Fat, and Total Solids Analysis of Cultured Dairy Beverages Application Note.

methods of determining moisture content are appro-priate and are commonly used. There is good reason to use the ovendry basis for measuring moisture content in solid wood products. For example, where calculations may need to be made regarding chang-ing moisture contents over time using periodically measured sample pieces (such as sample board in a.

In the solid wood products industry, we most often define moisture content on a dry basis. This means that the moisture content is defined as Weight of water MC - x % (1) Weight of wood The weight of the wood does not include any water. It is the weight of the piece after it is oven-dry and all water.

The classic laboratory method of measuring high level moisture in solid or semi-solid materials is loss on drying (LOD). In this technique a sample of material is weighed, heated in an oven for an appropriate period, cooled in the dry atmosphere of a desiccator, and then reweighed.

Suspended solids is measured directly by drying and weighing the solids retained during filtration. This approach is much more accurate for most waters than the indirect method of subtracting dissolved solids from total solids.

Whatman AH glass fiber filters (nominal pore size microns. PRINCIPLES OF MOISTURE MEASUREMENT BY E.J. ROSA, Ph.D. INTRODUCTION The term moisture refers to the water content of any material; solid, liquid or gas.

However, in this discussion, the word “moisture” will refer to the water content of solids or liquids, reserving the term “humidity” for the water content of gases. File Size: KB. In many cases, a moisture meter’s reference scale will range frombut that reading should not be confused with a percentage.

Some meters use a reference scale, so readings taken on a reference scale often do not correlate with one another. Some ways to use a moisture meter with a reference scale include: Quick Pass/Fail Moisture.Although the reasons for measuring the moisture content of powders and bulk solids can vary, the primary motivation is to improve product quality and the bottom line.

Monitoring moisture content in all stages of production ensures the most efficient processing.Measurement of moisture in solids: a survey based on scientific and technical literature, Author: P J Geary ; British Scientific Instrument Research Association.