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# A company owns a refrigeration system whose refrigeration

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A company owns a refrigeration system whose refrigeration capacity is 200 tons (1 ton of refrigeration 5 211 kJ/min), and you are to design a forced-air cooling system for fruits whose diameters do not exceed 7 cm under the following conditions: The fruits are to be cooled from 288C to an average temperature of 88C. The air temperature is to remain above 228C and below 108C at all times, and the velocity of air approaching the fruits must remain under 2 m/s. The cooling section can be as wide as 3.5 m and as high as 2 m. Assuming reasonable values for the average fruit density, specific heat, and porosity (the fraction of air volume in a box), recommend reasonable values for (a) the air velocity approaching the cooling section, (b) the product-cooling capacity of the system, in kgfruit/h, and (c) the volume flow rate of air.

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