Dr. Mohammad U. H. Joardder
Dr. Mohammad U. H. Joardder
Professor , Department of Mechanical Engineering , Rajshahi University of Engineering and
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Intermittent drying of food products: A critical review
C Kumar, MA Karim, MUH Joardder
Journal of Food Engineering 121, 48-57, 2014
2922014
Energy scarcity and potential of renewable energy in Bangladesh
PK Halder, N Paul, MUH Joardder, M Sarker
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 51, 1636-1649, 2015
1272015
Mathematical model for intermittent microwave convective drying of food materials
C Kumar, MUH Joardder, TW Farrell, GJ Millar, MA Karim
Drying Technology 34 (8), 962-973, 2016
1022016
Multiphase porous media model for intermittent microwave convective drying (IMCD) of food
C Kumar, MUH Joardder, TW Farrell, MA Karim
International Journal of Thermal Sciences 104, 304-314, 2016
1022016
Investigation of bound and free water in plant-based food material using NMR T2 relaxometry
MIH Khan, RM Wellard, SA Nagy, MUH Joardder, MA Karim
Innovative food Science & emerging technologies 38, 252-261, 2016
882016
Food structure: Its formation and relationships with other properties
MUH Joardder, C Kumar, MA Karim
Critical reviews in food science and nutrition 57 (6), 1190-1205, 2017
872017
Effect of cell wall properties on porosity and shrinkage of dried apple
MUH Joardder, RJ Brown, C Kumar, MA Karim
International Journal of Food Properties 18 (10), 2327-2337, 2015
752015
Experimental investigation of bound and free water transport process during drying of hygroscopic food material
MIH Khan, RM Wellard, SA Nagy, MUH Joardder, MA Karim
International Journal of Thermal Sciences 117, 266-273, 2017
702017
Multiphase transfer model for intermittent microwave-convective drying of food: Considering shrinkage and pore evolution
MUH Joardder, C Kumar, MA Karim
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 95, 101-119, 2017
672017
Multiphase porous media modelling: A novel approach to predicting food processing performance
MIH Khan, MUH Joardder, C Kumar, MA Karim
Critical reviews in food science and nutrition 58 (4), 528-546, 2018
642018
Feasibility study for thermal treatment of solid tire wastes in Bangladesh by using pyrolysis technology
MR Islam, MUH Joardder, SM Hasan, K Takai, H Haniu
Waste management 31 (9-10), 2142-2149, 2011
602011
Porosity: establishing the relationship between drying parameters and dried food quality
MUH Joardder, A Karim, C Kumar, RJ Brown
Springer, 2015
592015
Determination of appropriate effective diffusivity for different food materials
MIH Khan, C Kumar, MUH Joardder, MA Karim
Drying Technology 35 (3), 335-346, 2017
582017
Multi-scale model of food drying: Current status and challenges
MM Rahman, MUH Joardder, MIH Khan, ND Pham, MA Karim
Critical reviews in food science and nutrition 58 (5), 858-876, 2018
542018
Towards the effective plastic waste management in Bangladesh: a review
M Mourshed, MH Masud, F Rashid, MUH Joardder
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24 (35), 27021-27046, 2017
522017
Multiphysics modelling of convective drying of food materials
C Kumar, A Karim, S Saha, MUH Joardder, R Brown, D Biswas
Proceedings of the Global Engineering, Science and Technology Conference …, 2012
522012
Modeling heat and mass transfer process during convection drying of fruit
C Kumar, A Karim, MUH Joardder, G Miller
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Computational Methods, 1-8, 2012
492012
Temperature redistribution modelling during intermittent microwave convective heating
C Kumar, MUH Joardder, A Karim, GJ Millar, Z Amin
Procedia Engineering 90, 544-549, 2014
472014
A micro-level investigation of the solid displacement method for porosity determination of dried food
MUH Joardder, C Kumar, RJ Brown, MA Karim
Journal of Food Engineering 166, 156-164, 2015
432015
Solar assisted fast pyrolysis: a novel approach of renewable energy production
MUH Joardder, PK Halder, A Rahim, N Paul
Journal of engineering 2014, 2014
422014
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