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JCR. 2020; 7(17): 9-15


MODELING OF HEAT-PHYSICAL PROCESSES IN SOLAR DRYERS

Qahhorov Siddiq Qahhorovich, Juraev Husniddin Oltinboyevich.

Abstract
In this article, the process of a solar drying installation is described thermophysical
characteristics and their design formulas in the possibility of an algorithm of mathematical modeling.

Key words: Solar dryer, physical process, mathematical model, heat balance equation, temperature, moist air.



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