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28. CONCEPTUAL QUANTITATIVE MODELS ANALYSIS OF SOLAR DRYING EQUATION BASED ON THE PRINCIPLE OF HALF LIFE-1 by Akinboro F.G., Alabi A.A. and Okeyode I.C. Volume 51 (May, 2019 Issue)
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CONCEPTUAL QUANTITATIVE MODELS ANALYSIS OF SOLAR DRYING EQUATION BASED ON THE PRINCIPLE OF HALF LIFE-1

Akinboro F.G., Alabi A.A. and Okeyode I.C.

Department of Physics, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

Abstract

In this study of half life model of solar drying equation, experiments were conducted to investigate drying rates of solar photovoltaic and thermal dryer using cassava chips. The experimental data obtained were used to model the drying rate quantitatively using the principle of half-life. The result enumerated the similarities and dereferences between radioactive half life, Solar drying half life, the associated theory. The Model can serve as veritable tool towards comparing different dryer devices hence their efficiencies. This model also allows us to directly calculate quantitatively the remaining wet or dry hence the efficiencies of devices at various life spans (

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