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Thermal conductivity prediction of foods by Neural Network and Fuzzy (ANFIS) modeling techniques

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19342 43059 2012 8 PDF Available
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Thermal conductivity prediction of foods by Neural Network and Fuzzy (ANFIS) modeling techniques
Abstract

A neuro-fuzzy modeling technique was used to predict the effective of thermal conductivity of various fruits and vegetables. A total of 676 data point was used to develop the neuro-fuzzy model considering the inputs as the fraction of water content, temperature and apparent porosity of food materials. The complexity of the data set which incorporates wide ranges of temperature (including those below freezing points) made it difficult for the data to be predicted by normal analytical and conventional models. However the adaptive neuro-fuzzy model (ANFIS) was able to predict conductivity values which closely matched the experimental values by providing lowest mean square error compared to multivariable regression and conventional artificial neural network (ANN) models. This method also alleviates the problem of determining the hidden structure of the neural network layer by trial and error.

► Thermal conductivity data of foods are very complex when considered below and above freezing. ► Neuro-fuzzy modeling technique can predict the effective of thermal conductivity of various fruits and vegetables accurately. ► Neuro-fuzzy model was more accurate than multivariable regression and conventional artificial neural network models.

Keywords
Fuzzy model; Artificial neural network; Neurofuzzy; Porosity; Thermal conductivity
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Food and Bioproducts Processing - Volume 90, Issue 2, April 2012, Pages 333–340
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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