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Experiments on the condensation of atmospheric moisture on lamb carcasses.

C L. Cutting

Experiments on the condensation of atmospheric moisture on lamb carcasses.

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Published by Meat Research Institute in Bristol .
Written in English


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SeriesMemoranda -- no. 9.
ContributionsMeat Research Institute.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21497073M

Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment (GEWEX) (see Arakawa and Lamb, ). With current supercomputers, GCM global grids have horizontal resolution on the order of km, which is inadequate to describe many small-scale features of importance to the water and energy cycles. that control land-atmosphere moisture and energy fluxes on. This study evaluated the impact of fermented milk maceration on fermented lamb loin without nitrate to obtain peptides with high activity against oxidative changes (ABTS, DPPH, reducing power) as well as a favorable fatty acid profile, including CLA content. Additionally, an attempt was made to evaluate the influence of the lamb breed on the assessed properties. The condensation releases heat called latent heat of condensation. This latent heat warms the cool air, causing it to rise. This rising air is replaced by more warm, humid air from the ocean below. And the cycle continues, drawing more warm, moist air into the developing storm and moving heat from the surface to the atmosphere. The Water Cycle. Hydrologic cycle: conversion of the three phases of H 2 O (liquid, solid, gas) between phases.. The total amount of water is constant (with few exceptions). Precipitation: H 2 O falling from the atmosphere, either as a solid, or a liquid. Gas to liquid or solid.


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Experiments on the condensation of atmospheric moisture on lamb carcasses. by C L. Cutting Download PDF EPUB FB2

Experiments on the condensation of atmospheric. found that lamb carcasses lost less water by evaporation and had the same tenderness when chilled by immersion chilling compared with air. Request PDF | Effect of steam condensation, hot water or chlorinated hot water immersion on bacterial numbers and quality of lamb carcasses | Three different systems for decontaminating lamb.

Three different systems for decontaminating lamb carcasses immediately post-mortem were investigated; steam condensation, hot water immersion and chlorinated hot water. Atmospheric moisture, condensation, and precipitation Moisture in the atmosphere. water undergoes huge expansion during evaporation: 1 g of water equals 1 ml volume in liquid form and 42 l as vapor (at 25 o C); gravity concentrates the atmospheric gases near the surface, the pressure drops to 1/e (= 37%) at about 8 km elevation.

Experiments on the condensation of atmospheric moisture on lamb carcasses. Meat Research Institute Memorandum No. Predicting glycolysis during a. Lab 8 – Atmospheric Moisture Objective The objectives of this lab are to understand the relationship of relative humidity to air temperature, capacity, mixing ratio, and dew point and understand the conditions in the atmosphere that can result in condensation and precipitation, and to understand the basic principles of adiabatic heating and cooling.

Lab 4 – Atmospheric Humidity Dew point is the temperature at which the air is saturated (relative humidity is %), water vapor then changes from water vapor into precipitation; clouds form at this point.

Condensation is the result of the air reaching saturation and relative humidity is %. For any given temperature, the dew point can be calculated. Note: If the dew point temperature.

Evaporation occurs when more water molecules are leaving a water surface than returning. Factors that influence evaporation are: (1) water temperature, the warmer the water, the greater the rate of evaporation; (2) wind speed, winds will enhance evaporation; (3) moisture content of air above water surface, drier the air, the higher the potential for evaporation.

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An aircraft condensation trail that occurs when pressure is reduced in dynamic flow of moist air over the lifting surfaces of the aircraft.

Adiabatic cooling brings the air to saturation. Aerodynamic contrails are usually generated by high-performance aircraft and are typically thin and short-lived.

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The largest reduction of log 10 cfu cm −2 was achieved on the abdomen when the carcass was treated with the hot water and chlorine combination ().The lowest reduction of log 10 cfu cm −2 was measured on the neck of steam-treated samples.

Overall counts on carcasses treated with hot chlorinated water were log 10 cfu cm −2 lower than on controls. Both systems use a three-stage process, consisting of carcass drying, steaming and spray chilling.

Reductions of – log 10 cfu per cm 2 have been achieved (Nutsch et al., ). A similar process has been used with some success in the treatment of lamb carcasses less than 50 min post-mortem (James, Thornton, Ketteringham, & James, ). C. James, J.A. Thornton, L. Ketteringham, S.J. JamesEffect of steam condensation, hot water or chlorinated hot water immersion on bacterial numbers and quality of lamb carcasses Journal of Food Engineering, 43 (4) (), pp.

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1. Introduction. Treatment of carcasses with hot water of around 80 °C, either by immersion (lamb; Smith & Graham, ) or by deluging (beef; Smith & Davey, ) for 10–20 s has been found to yield reductions of Escherichia coli counts around 2 to 3 log units.

Similar reductions have been achieved after a 10–20 s treatment with 80 °C water of beef brisket inoculated with Salmonella. Start studying Chapter 6: Water and Atmospheric Moisture.

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container (or cling to its sides), where they combine to form liquid water (Figureimage on the right). This is the process of condensation. In short, as the gaseous water molecules in the steam from a hot shower cool, they cluster—or condense—into droplets of liquid water, forming a fog that fills the room.

Condensation usually requires a surface/particle for water vapor to condense around - called condensation nuclei Potential particles in atmosphere include dust, smoke, pollen, bacteria (most are microscopic) Particles are most common over cities.

Chapter 5 Atmospheric Moisture and Precipitation The hydrologic cycle Evaporation depends on: Temperature Wind Relative Humidity Measures of Humidity Principle: the warmer an air mass, the higher its water vapor capacity dewpoint is the temperature that the air would have to be cooled off to in order to induce condensation.

vapor pressure: the share of total air pressure contributed by water. The mixing ratio represents the mass of water vapor in the atmosphere measured in grams per kilogram mass (g/kg) of dry air. Specific humidity, yet another way to measure and report humidity, is essentially the same as the mixing ratio, differing only in that the sample mass of air includes the mass of H 2 O vapor contained within it.

Specific humidity is the mass of water vapour contained in a unit mass of air and is usually expressed in g/kg. Absolute humidity is the mass of water vapour in a given volume of air, such as g/m3. It is also called the vapour pressure because water vapour, like other gases, exerts a pressure.

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As evaporation begins, water vapor starts to accumulate above the surface of the liquid. With increasing water vapor content, the condensation rate likewise increases (b).

Eventually, the amount of water vapor above the surface is enough for the rates of. Chapter 6: Atmospheric Moisture – p. 1 of 11 Chapter 6: Atmospheric Moisture I. The Impact of Atmospheric Moisture on the Landscape A. 3 physical states of water in the atmosphere: 1. solid: snow, hail, sleet, etc 2.

liquid: rain, water droplets 3. gas: water vapor B. gas state 1. most important in atmospheric dynamics 2. water vapor stores energy that can galvanize atmosphere into action II. The Hydrosphere: the hydrologic reservoir Hydrosphere – water in the earth-atmosphere system Earth’s hydrosphere contains billion cubic km % ( billion km3) is located within the oceans (saltwater) % is freshwater % of freshwater and % of surface fresh water is.

Studies at the University of Bristol (Corry et al., ), using bespoke pilot equipment (Fig. ), have compared both atmospheric steam and hot water treatments for use on poultry carcasses under both laboratory and commercial experimental studies, whole chicken carcasses, inoculated with Campylobacter jejuni and Escherichia coli K12, were treated with steam at atmospheric.

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The following diagram provides a simplified pictorial of this process. The Hydrologic Cycle 1. Use your text book and complete the empty boxes on the hydrologic cycle diagram by providing the correct process for each box.

The Hydrosphere `Hydrosphere – water in the earth-atmosphere system Oceans and Salt Lakes % Ice Caps and Glaciers % (Not available for humans) % Subsurface Water (soil, groundwater) % Surface Water (rivers, freshwater lakes) % Atmosphere % `If all land were flat, the oceans would cover it to a depth of 3 km `If all atmospheric water were precipitated, it would cover.

Atmospheric Moisture & Precipitation 1. Atmospheric Moisture and Precipitation 2. What is Moisture. A small amount of a liquid (such as water) that makes something wet or moist Wetness caused by water; "drops of wet gleamed on the window" 3.

Water is known to exist in three different states; as a solid, liquid or gas. They are also investigating the use of hot air, water immersion, infrared, microwaves, and ozone. Frigoscandia developed and patented a process based on atmospheric steam to kill bacteria on the surface of beef carcasses (Wilson et al.,).

The carcasses pass between spray nozzles that shower the steam onto the surface for 8 sec. The transformation of water vapour into water is called condensation.; Condensation is caused by the loss of heat (latent heat of condensation, opposite of latent heat of vaporization).; When moist air is cooled, it may reach a level when its capacity to hold water vapour ceases (Saturation Point = % Relative Humidity = Dew Point reached).

moisture: a small amount of liquid that causes wetness. precipitation: water droplets or ice particles condensed from atmospheric water vapor and sufficiently massive to fall to the Earth's surface, such as rain or snow.

transpiration: direct transfer of water from the leaves of living plants or the skins of animals into the atmosphere. RH = (amount of water vapor the air has/what could have) x = RH OR RH = (has/could have) x example: temperature 70°F; has 2 grains of water vapor reading from the table, the capacity is 8 so (2/8) x x = 25% RH as temperature increases the air can hold MORE water vapor example: cool the air above to 40°F.

In these studies, the amount of water used to cool the beef carcass ranged from to 7 gallons per carcass and for spray cooling periods from 10 to 17 hours. Most of these commercial spray chilling systems use nozzles producing large size droplets such as full jets nozzles ( μm average droplet size) and hollow cone nozzles (   Endophyte-infected tall fescue (E+) produces ergovaline and ergovalinine, which are mycotoxins that act as dopamine agonists to suppress prolactin and induce vasoconstriction.

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CHAPTER 4: Moisture and Atmospheric Stability • Movement of water through the atmosphere – The Hydrologic Cycle • Water • Only abundant liquid on Earth • Characteristics • Easily changes states • On Earth found in all 3 states • Its solid state is less dense than liquid • High heat capacity.

sDo not place the Moisture Analyzer near heaters or windows (thermal radiation). Atmospheric humidity sIdeally, the relative atmospheric humidity (% RH) should be between 45 and 60%. Balances should never be operated above or below the measuring range of 20 to 80% RH. Some samples are very hygroscopic, i.e.

they take moisture out of the.Chapter 6: Atmospheric Moisture – p. 6 of 13 IX. Condensation A. condensation: change in state from gas to liquid 1. opposite of evaporation 2. for condensation to take place, air must be saturated 3.

usually result of air being cooled to below dew point temperature B. hygroscopic particles/condensation nuclei: tiny atmospheric particles of.Students investigate the condensation of water vapor on the inside of a plastic cup.

Then they design an experiment to see if cooling water vapor even more affects the rate of condensation. Students also relate evaporation and condensation to the water cycle. Objective.