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Comparing an On-line Penetrometer with Current Subjective Methods for Determining Thermal Damage to Papya
|Title:||Comparing an On-line Penetrometer with Current Subjective Methods for Determining Thermal Damage to Papya|
|Date Issued:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||Papayas heat treated in 49 °C water with increasing durations showed a direct correlation between the on-line penetrometer data and the subjective observations. The threshold where pulp damage began to occur was concomitantly observed at 60 minutes of heat treatment. The on-line penetrometer data just provided a numerical value of the proportion of papayas that were damaged and those that were not.|
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