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# A fluid food has a viscosity of 5 cp and density of 1009 kg/m³. It is pasteurised in a continuous system that involves heating at 82.2°C, holding in a pipe (diameter = 0.034 m; crossectional area = 9.079×10+ m²) and cooling. For this heating process a SV of 12 for Staphylococcus aureus is desired. The D822 value is equal to 0.0063 min. Calculate the length (in m) of holding tube for a flow rate of 1.666×10+ m³/s.

Question-AnswerCategory: Chemical EngineeringA fluid food has a viscosity of 5 cp and density of 1009 kg/m³. It is pasteurised in a continuous system that involves heating at 82.2°C, holding in a pipe (diameter = 0.034 m; crossectional area = 9.079×10+ m²) and cooling. For this heating process a SV of 12 for Staphylococcus aureus is desired. The D822 value is equal to 0.0063 min. Calculate the length (in m) of holding tube for a flow rate of 1.666×10+ m³/s.
Mazurek Gravity Staff asked 7 months ago

A fluid food has a viscosity of 5 cp and density of 1009 kg/m³. It is pasteurised in a continuous system that involves heating at 82.2°C, holding in a pipe (diameter = 0.034 m; crossectional area = 9.079×10+ m²) and cooling. For this heating process a SV of 12 for Staphylococcus aureus is desired. The D822 value is equal to 0.0063 min. Calculate the length (in m) of holding tube for a flow rate of 1.666×10+ m³/s.

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Mazurek Gravity Staff answered 7 months ago

The average velocity is calculated based on flow rate and cross-sectional area after that Reynolds number which decides whether the flow is laminar or turbulent which further decides the maximum velocity. The thermal reduction time has been computed from D and F. Finally the product of Umax and F gives the required tube length.

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