Guide to improve design of your food processing system
Food processing companies face many challenges in today’s world as demands from both end consumers and public authorities are ever increasing.
The costumers want high quality at a low cost but are at the same time getting more conscious about sustainability and the environmental impact of the products they consume.
Additionally, regulations from public authorities are constantly tightened to increase hygiene standards. This could both relate to the cleaning and disinfection of a food product itself as well as to meet specific temperature and air exchange requirements at any time in food storage rooms.
This guide introduces various methods where CFD (computational fluid dynamics) can help food manufactures to ensure that these demands are met in the most efficient way possible.