Aditya Putranto
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Modelling Drying Processes: A Reaction Engineering Approach
XD Chen, A Putranto
Cambridge University Press, 2013
632013
Application of the reaction engineering approach (REA) for modeling intermittent drying under time-varying humidity and temperature
A Putranto, XD Chen, S Devahastin, Z Xiao, PA Webley
Chemical Engineering Science 66 (10), 2149-2156, 2011
582011
Intermittent drying of mango tissues: Implementation of the reaction engineering approach
A Putranto, Z Xiao, XD Chen, PA Webley
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 50 (2), 1089-1098, 2011
472011
Mathematical modeling of intermittent and convective drying of rice and coffee using the reaction engineering approach (REA)
A Putranto, XD Chen, Z Xiao, PA Webley
Journal of food engineering 105 (4), 638-646, 2011
442011
Energy-saving combination of N2 production, NH3 synthesis, and power generation
M Aziz, A Putranto, MK Biddinika, AT Wijayanta
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 42 (44), 27174-27183, 2017
422017
Infrared and convective drying of thin layer of polyvinyl alcohol (PVA)/glycerol/water mixture—The reaction engineering approach (REA)
A Putranto, XD Chen, PA Webley
Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification 49 (4), 348-357, 2010
412010
Spatial reaction engineering approach as an alternative for nonequilibrium multiphase mass‐transfer model for drying of food and biological materials
A Putranto, XD Chen
AIChE Journal 59 (1), 55-67, 2013
322013
Multiphase modeling of intermittent drying using the spatial reaction engineering approach (S-REA)
A Putranto, XD Chen
Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification 70, 169-183, 2013
262013
Simple, accurate and robust modeling of various systems of drying of foods and biomaterials: a demonstration of the feasibility of the reaction engineering approach (REA)
A Putranto, XD Chen, Z Xiao, PA Webley
Drying Technology 29 (13), 1519-1528, 2011
262011
Drying and denaturation kinetics of whey protein isolate (WPI) during convective air drying process
M Amdadul Haque, A Putranto, P Aldred, J Chen, B Adhikari
Drying Technology 31 (13-14), 1532-1544, 2013
242013
Application of the reaction engineering approach (REA) to model cyclic drying of thin layers of polyvinyl alcohol (PVA)/glycerol/water mixture
A Putranto, XD Chen, PA Webley
Chemical Engineering Science 65 (18), 5193-5203, 2010
242010
Roasting of barley and coffee modeled using the lumped-reaction engineering approach (L-REA)
A Putranto, XD Chen
Drying Technology 30 (5), 475-483, 2012
232012
Modeling of baking of thin layer of cake using the lumped reaction engineering approach (L-REA)
A Putranto, XD Chen, W Zhou
Journal of food engineering 105 (2), 306-311, 2011
232011
Modeling of drying of food materials with thickness of several centimeters by the reaction engineering approach (REA)
A Putranto, XD Chen, PA Webley
Drying Technology 29 (8), 961-973, 2011
212011
S-REA (spatial reaction engineering approach): An effective approach to model drying, baking and water vapor sorption processes
A Putranto, XD Chen
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 101, 135-145, 2015
192015
Microwave drying at various conditions modeled using the reaction engineering approach
A Putranto, XD Chen
Drying Technology 34 (14), 1654-1663, 2016
172016
Bread baking and its color kinetics modeled by the spatial reaction engineering approach (S-REA)
A Putranto, XD Chen, W Zhou
Food Research International 71, 58-67, 2015
172015
An assessment on modeling drying processes: Equilibrium multiphase model and the spatial reaction engineering approach (S-REA)
A Putranto, XD Chen
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 94, 660-672, 2015
172015
Modeling of drying of thick samples of mango and apple tissues using the reaction engineering approach (REA)
A Putranto, XD Chen, PA Webley
Drying Technology 29, 961-973, 2011
162011
Drying of a system of multiple solvents: Modeling by the reaction engineering approach
A Putranto, XD Chen
AIChE Journal 62 (6), 2144-2153, 2016
142016
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