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This book deal with the modern developing of microwave and millimeter wave technologies.
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I joined the computer industry at a time when a multi-million
dollar installation had a massive two and a half megabytes of
memory and you needed forearms like Popeye to change a disk
pack. Two hundred megs of online storage provided by a drive
unit the size of a chest freezer, sitting with so many other similarly
enormous, noisy and tastefully coloured boxes all housed
in a refrigerator as big as a basketball court.
There was no such concept as ‘information technology’ then –
what we did was called ‘electronic’ or ‘automated data processing’
(EDP, ADP or just DP).
There are many excellent texts available which cover the fundamentals of food
engineering, equipment design, modelling of food processing operations etc.
There are also several very good works in food science and technology dealing
with the chemical composition, physical properties, nutritional and microbiolog-
ical status of fresh and processed foods. This work is an attempt to cover the
middle ground between these two extremes.
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This book is concerned with the computational processing of 3D faces, with applications in human computer interaction. It is a discriplinary research area overlapping with computer vision, computer graphics, machine learning and HCI. Within the last 10 years, fast increase in performance of memory, display and processor
speed has allowed the expansion of Computer Graphics. It has now overcome Image
Processing in its achievement. In the 3D face field, the CG-generated faces are almost
indiscernible from real faces. Still it requires manual drawing for each image and artistic
Single processor supercomputers have achieved great speeds and have been pushing
hardware technology to the physical limit of chip manufacturing. But soon this trend
will come to an end, because there are physical and architectural bounds, which limit
the computational power that can be achieved with a single processor system. In this
book, we study advanced computer architectures that utilize parallelism via multiple
Food biochemistry principles and knowledge have become
indispensable in practically all the major disciplines of food science,
such as food technology, food engineering, food biotechnology,
food processing, and food safety within the past few
decades. Knowledge in these areas has grown exponentially and
keeps growing, and is disseminated through various media in
both printed and electronic forms, and entire books are available
for almost all the distinct specialty areas mentioned above.
The two areas of food biochemistry and food processing are
becoming closely interrelated....
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This would appear to be a very good reason for painting anything (film coating is a painting process)
and while the penalty for coating tablets the wrong colour is unlikely to be so extreme, the Queen (FDA,
MCA, etc.) is likely to extract very costly and damaging retribution. No doubt ‘heads would roll’
metaphorically. So why are tablets coated? After all, it is a messy, complicated and expensive process.
The third edition is divided into five parts. Part one describes some important basic concepts. Part two describes unit operations that take place at ambient temperature or involve minimum heating of foods. Part three includes operations that heat foods to preserve them or to alter their eating quality. Part four describes operations that remove heat from foods to extend their shelf life with minimal changes in nutritional quality or sensory characteristics. Part five describes post-processing operations, including packaging and distribution logistics. ...
Freezing is one of the oldest and most commonly used means of food preservation. It has
been known to be an extremely effective means of preserving food for extended periods
since Paleolithic and Neolithic times, when man used ice and snow to cool food. The cooling
effect of salt and ice was ﬁrst publicly discussed in 1662 by the chemist Robert Boyle, but
this technology was certainly known in Spain, Italy and India in the sixteenth century.
The chapter commences by reviewing the properties of the broad classes of materials used in film coating, polymers, plasticizers, pigments and solvents (or vehicles). An initial consideration of the polymers shows that while processing is most commonly performed using these materials in solution, there are systems which utilize polymers in suspension in water. The mechanism of coalescence and film formation for these types of materials are discussed.
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Alasdair McAndrew School of Computer Science and Mathematics Victoria University of Technology
The Rectisol process uses methanol as wash solvent. The
methanol has many benefits, is globally available and is a low-cost washing
agent. Furthermore, methanol is chemically and thermally stable and
will not change its behavior and structure over a long service life.
The Rectisol wash unit operates at temperatures below 0°C. To lower
the feed gas temperatures, it is cooled against cold-product streams
before entering the absorber tower. At the absorber tower, CO2 and
H2S/COS are removed.
Stop Producing Chaos – a cry from the heart! When the great guru of quality
management and process improvement W. Edwards Deming died at the age of
93 at the end of 1993, the last words on his lips must have been ‘Management
still doesn’t understand process variation’.
Despite all his efforts and those of his followers, including me, we still find
managers in manufacturing, sales, marketing, finance, service and public
sector organizations all over the world reacting (badly) to information and