Flexibility Study of a Liquid Food Production Process

Hongyuan Cheng, Alan Friis

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Abstract

Applying process engineering simulation method to model the processing of liquid food can provide a way to build a flexible food factory that can efficiently offer a wide range of tailored products in short delivery time. A milk production process, as an example, is simulated using a process engineering software to investigate the process operation conditions and flexibility. The established simulation method can be adapted to simulate similar liquid food production processes through suitable modifications.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFOODSIM'2006 : Covers Industrial Simulation Process Models, Food Production, Liquids Production, Packaged Foods, Spray-Drying, Heat Transfer, Diffusion and Dispersion, Complex Food Products, Food Quality, Training
EditorsPaolo Masi, Gerardo Toraldo
Number of pages236
Place of PublicationNaples
PublisherEurosis-ETI Publication
Publication date2006
Pages57-61
ISBN (Print)90-77381-27-9
Publication statusPublished - 2006
EventFlexibility Study of a Liquid Food Production Process -
Duration: 1 Jan 2006 → …

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ConferenceFlexibility Study of a Liquid Food Production Process
Period01/01/2006 → …

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Cheng, H., & Friis, A. (2006). Flexibility Study of a Liquid Food Production Process. In P. Masi, & G. Toraldo (Eds.), FOODSIM'2006: Covers Industrial Simulation Process Models, Food Production, Liquids Production, Packaged Foods, Spray-Drying, Heat Transfer, Diffusion and Dispersion, Complex Food Products, Food Quality, Training (pp. 57-61). Eurosis-ETI Publication.