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Electrotechnologies for Extraction from Food Plants and Biomaterials

  • Nikolai Lebovka
  • Eugene Vorobiev

Part of the Food Engineering Series book series (FSES)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Maša Kandušer, Damijan Miklavčič
    Pages 1-37
  3. Suzanne Kulshrestha, Sanjay Sarang, Laleh Loghavi, Sudhir Sastry
    Pages 83-94
  4. Amos Nussinovitch, Ronit Zvitov
    Pages 95-120
  5. Arun S. Mujumdar, Hiroshi Yoshida
    Pages 121-154
  6. R. Hofmann, T. Käppler, C. Posten
    Pages 155-179
  7. Henry Jaeger, Ana Balasa, Dietrich Knorr
    Pages 181-216
  8. Cécile Grémy-Gros, Jean-Louis Lanoisellé, Eugène Vorobiev
    Pages 217-235
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 271-281

About this book

Introduction

Recently, the electrotechnologies based on the effects of pulsed electric fields (PEF), such as ohmic heating (OH) and DC electric field, have gained real interest in the field of food processing. These techniques efficiently enhance methods of extraction from food plants and dehydration of biosolids. The PEF and pulsed OH techniques preserve the nutritional, functional, structural and sensory properties of products better than conventional extraction technologies. The electrofiltration and electro-osmotic dewatering can be very effective for the separation of bioproducts and dehydration of food wastes.

The book gives an overview the fundamental principles of electrical techniques, electrophysical properties of foods and agricultural products, application of various emerging electrotechnologies for enhancing the solid-liquid separation and drying processes, extraction techniques of pigments, processing methods of different in-plant tissues and biosolids, electro-osmotic dewatering and electrofiltration of biomaterials, recent industrial- scale gains, and other aspects. Each chapter is complementary to other chapters and addresses the latest efforts in the field.

Keywords

Filtration extraction techniques food engineering food industry food processing food science food technology plants processing tissue

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  • Nikolai Lebovka
  • Eugene Vorobiev

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