So as to successfully create food items together with highest quality, each phase of processing has to be well-designed. Unit Operations in Food Engineering systematically introduces the basic information required to design food procedures and the equipment required to carry out them. It covers the most typical food technology component operations in detail, such as guidance for executing special layout calculations. Initial chapters present transportation phenomena principles such as momentum, mass, and energy transport in various unit operations. After chapters present detailed unit performance descriptions based on fluid transport and mass and heat transport. Each chapter concludes with a collection of solved problems as examples of the applied concept.