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A wetted starch ball as a model sample was treated in high temperature gases over a wide range of humidity, using hot air, humid air and superheated steam. The effect of gas humidity on the drying process and product condition was investigated by continuous measurement of the material core temperature and weight changes during treatment. From experimental results, the sample kept its shape during treatment in low humidity gas. Whereas, in the case of high humidity air, the sample burstdoi:10.11301/jsfe2000.6.237 fatcat:gnsvn3osf5ag5hgzqobm7q63oe