Oral Defense - Master Thesis
Titled” Experimental Study of Air Ejector Drying System Performance”
By: Hassan Salim Jawad
Examination committee members: Chair: Dr. Zainab Hassoun Hassan
Members: Dr. Essam Mohamed Ali
Dr. Suhad Abdel Hamid Rashid
Supervision: Dr. Qusay Jihad Abdel Ghafour
Mr. Hassan Salim Jawad successfully discussed his thesis on December 7, 2021, at 9:00 am, in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Technology. This thesis aimed to conduct a test of the drying process for food and the process of drying and pasteurizing at the same time for milk, with a test of the cooling process using a system in which the injector is an essential part.
The major conclusions of this study are:
- Increasing the initial pressure leads to an increase in drying efficiency, cooling efficiency and moisture loss rate for the product.
- The vacuum drying process does not lead to product damage.
The major recommendations of this study are:
- Using an air compressor with a larger capacity, working within higher initial pressures.
- Using a two-stage injector, as well as using a simulation program for the numerical study of the injector system.
Congratulations! To our student Mr. Hassan Salim Jawad