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In order to design equipment for improved processing of melon (Citrullus colocynthis L.) seed and kernel, some of the engineering properties need to be determined as a function of moisture content. The geometric (axial dimensions, mean diameters), gravimetric (bulk and true densities, 1,000 seed and kernel weight, and porosity) and frictional (angle of repose and static coefficient of friction) properties of melon seed and kernel in the moisture content range of 2.8-25% (d.b.) and 1.1-23%doi:10.1080/23311932.2015.1020743 fatcat:g44cmopjh5c2rkopowos4konj4