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KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 indicated that the two sub-drying systems (system No. 2) with tempering and ventilation as elements of each stage yielded higher drying capacity and thermal efficiency than the single drying system (system No. 1), in which paddy was treated with the drying, tempering and ventilation units only once. The proportion of full kernels and value of the whiteness obtained from both drying systems were not significantly different. System No. 3, where grains after the first tempering were dried immediately by the second fluidised-bed dryer with no ventilation unit, produced poor head-rice yield and colour and was unacceptable for producing white rice. IJ-018 COMPARISON OF PERFORMANCES OF PULSED AND CONVENTIONAL FLUIDISED-BED DRYERS Somkiat Prachayawarakorn, Warunee Tia, Korakot Poopaiboon, Somchart Soponronnarit Journal of Stored Products Research, Vol. 41, No. 5, 2005, pp. 479-497 Consumption of energy, outlet moisture content and quality of the dried commodity are important parameters of paddy-dryer performance. The fluidised-bed paddy-dryer has been commercialised for several years and in this paper, paddy drying by pulsed and conventional fluidised-bed dryers are compared. Experimental results have shown that the variation of moisture content at the exits of both dryer types in test runs was very small. Heat utilisation was more effective when such dryers were used to dry paddy at moisture contents above 24% dry basis and up to 50% of the thermal energy was saved by recycling 70-80% of the air. Paddy qualities i.e. head-rice yield and colour of the dried white rice were similar with both dryers and almost the same as the original undried values, or slightly higher in the case of head-rice yield, depending upon the drying conditions. Below 28% dry basis, it is recommended that inlet-air temperature should be lower than 145 °C in order to maintain white colour. The cooked rice obtained from paddy dried at a temperature of 145 °C was harder than naturally dried control samples. A mathematical model based on energy and mass balance predicted values in good agreement with experimental results for both the pulsed and conventional fluidised-bed dryers. Calculated thermal and electrical energy consumptions indicated that the pulsed flow dryer was more economical than the conventional dryer. IJ-019 SUPERCRITICAL CO 2 EXTRACTION OF NIMBIN FROM NEEM SEEDS: A MODELLING STUDY Dayin Mongkholkhajornsilp, Supaporn Douglas, Peter L. Douglas, Ali Elkamel, Wittaya Teppaitoon, Suwassa Pongamphai Journal of Food Engineering, Vol. 71, No. 4, December 2005, pp. 331-340 The extraction of nimbin from neem seeds using supercritical carbon dioxide is investigated in this paper. A model that accounts for intraparticle diffusion (D e ) and external mass transfer of nimbin (k f ) is presented for the supercritical extraction process. Mass transfer is based on local equilibrium adsorption between solute (nimbin) and solid (neem solid). The external mass transfer coefficient was determined by fitting the theoretical extraction curve to experimental data. The following range of conditions: 0.24-1.24 cm 3 /min of CO 2 , 10-26 MPa, 308-333 K, 1.0-2.5 g of neem kernel powder and 0.0575-0.185 cm of particle size of neem kernel powder, were considered. In addition, a new correlation for Sherwood number (Sh) was developed in terms of the dimensionless groups; Reynolds number (Re) and Schmidt number (Sc) from optimisation results. This correlation was compared to previous correlations and was found to give superior results when compared to experimental data. IJ-020 EFFECT OF FLY ASH FINENESS ON COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH AND PORE SIZE OF BLENDED CEMENT PASTE Prinya Chindaprasirt, Chai Jaturapitakkul, Theerawat Sinsiri Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 27, No. 4, April 2005, pp. 425-428 This paper presents an experimental investigation on the effect of fly ash fineness on compressive strength, porosity, and pore size distribution of hardened cement pastes. Class F fly ash with two fineness, an original fly ash and a classified fly ash, with median particle size of 19.1 and 6.4 µm respectively were used to partially replace portland cement at 0%, 20%, and 40% by weight. The water to binder ratio (w/b) of 0.35 was used for all the blended cement 9 International Journal

10 paste mixes. Test results indicated that the blended cement paste with classified fly ash produced paste with higher compressive strength than that with original fly ash. The porosity and pore size of blended cement paste was significantly affected by the replacement of fly ash and its fineness. The replacement of portland cement by original fly ash increased the porosity but decreased the average pore size of the paste. The measured gel porosity (5.7-10 nm) increased with an increase in the fly ash content. The incorporation of classified fly ash decreased the porosity and average pore size of the paste as compared to that with ordinary fly ash. The total porosity and capillary pores decreased while the gel pore increased as a result of the addition of finer fly ash at all replacement levels. IJ-021 PACKING EFFECT AND POZZOLANIC REACTION OF FLY ASH IN MORTAR Jatuphon Tangpagasit, Raungrut Cheerarot, Chai Jaturapitakkul, Kraiwood Kiattikomol Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 35, No. 6, 2005, pp. 1145-1151 This research is to study the effect of particle size of fly ash on packing effect and pozzolanic reaction of mortar when 20% of fly ash is used to replace Portland cement type I. Both effects can be determined by using fly ash and insoluble material which have almost the same particle size to replace Portland cement type I. Normally, the compressive strength of fly ash mortar is contributed from hydration reaction, packing effect, and pozzolanic reaction. For mortar mixed with insoluble material, the compressive strength is due to hydration reaction and packing effect. Thus, compressive strength due to pozzolanic reaction can be determined from the difference in compressive strength between fly ash mortar and insoluble material mortar. The results show that the strength activity index of fly ash mortar depends on the median particle size of fly ash and curing ages of mortar samples. At early ages, the strength activity index of fly ash mortar due to packing effect is higher than that due to pozzolanic reaction. At the ages of 3 to 90 days, the difference in strength activity index due to packing effect of fly ashes with median particle size of 2.7 and 160 µm is almost constant about 22% of the strength of standard mortar (STD). The differences in strength activity index due to KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 pozzolanic reaction of fly ashes with median particle size of 2.7 and 160 µm are 3%, 20%, and 27%, respectively, at the ages of 3, 28 and 90 days. IJ-022 POST-BUCKLING OF AN ELASTIC COLUMN WITH VARIOUS ROTATIONAL END RESTRAINTS Boonchai Phungpaingam, Somchai Chucheepsakul International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics, Vol. 5, No. 1, March 2005, pp. 113- 123 In this technical note, the post-buckling behavior of a simply supported elastic column with various rotational end conditions of the supports is investigated. The compressive force is applied at the tip of the column. The characteristic equation for solving the critical loads is obtained from the boundary value problem of linear systems. In the post-buckling state, a set of nonlinear differential equations with boundary conditions is established and numerically solved by the shooting method. The interesting features associated with this problem such as the limit load point, snap-through phenomenon and the secondary bifurcation point will be highlighted herein. IJ-023 ANALYTICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON THE LARGE AMPLITUDE FREE VIBRATIONS OF VARIABLE-ARC-LENGTH BEAMS Tawich Pulngern, Somchai Chucheepsakul, Marvin W. Halling Journal of Vibration and Control, Vol. 11, No. 7, 2005, pp. 923-947 Using the finite element method, we investigate large amplitude vibrations of horizontal variable-arc-length beams, considering the effect of large initial static sag deflections due to self-weight. The variability in beam arclength arises from one end being pinned, and the other end being supported by a frictionless roller at a fixed distance from the pinned end. Using Lagrange’s equation of motion, the large amplitude free vibration equation of motion is derived based on the variational formulation. Included in the formulation are the energy dissipation due to large bending using the exact non-linear expression of curvature and the non- International Journal

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