GWAI electric hot tap the heater the thermal type kitchen treasure rapid electric water heater DRS-S30W708
Buffaloes play a very important role in Indian economy. India is number one in buffalo population (91.8 million) in the world. About 85% of meat exported from India is of buffalo origin. Buffalo meat from India is having very good demand in international trade, especially from Middle East and South East Asian countries. Spent and unproductive animals are mostly slaughtered for meat purpose and the meat is tough due to coarse and fibrous nature. Comminution is a method of making tough meat into palatable meat products. Comminuted or emulsion based products such as sausages, patties, blocks, kababs and nuggets are some of the popular products. Thermal processing or heat sterilization is a method of preserving food products in ambient temperatureIt is important to retain the physical, textural and sensory properties of thermally processed pouched products. Information is not available on the thermal processing of buffalo meat products in retortable pouches. Based on the above facts, this study was taken with the objectives of determination of process time, optimization of product quality and evaluation of shelf life of retort pouch processed meat blocks at ambient temperature.
GWAI electric hot tap the heater the thermal type kitchen treasure rapid electric water heater
GWAI electric hot tap the heater the thermal type kitchen treasure rapid electric water heater M11
Synthetic fibers are generally used to make composite materials for their better mechanical and thermal properties. However, they are expensive and non-biodegradable. Alternatively, natural fibers are inexpensive, biodegradable, easily available in nature and have good mechanical, and thermal. Among all natural fibers, jute fibers are easily available in fabric and fiber forms with good mechanical and thermal properties. Therefore, jute-based composite materials can be used in consumer goods, low-cost housing, cars, and civil structures. Jute fibers are chemically treated to improve fiber/matrix interface adhesion and moisture induced degradation. Biodegradable composites are manufactured using jute fabrics, biodegradable polymer and with/without nanoclay using the compression molding process. The effects of surface treatment and nanoclay on the jute based composites were characterized by thermal, mechanical, and physical analyses. Surface treated jute fiber reinforced composites showed better performances compared to untreated fiber reinforced composites. Nanoclay infused composites showed better thermal, mechanical, and physical properties compared to conventional composites.