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This crucial and complete e-book covers, intensive, crucial contemporary advances in dairy expertise. offering middle commercially very important details for the dairy undefined, the editors, either across the world identified for his or her paintings during this sector, have drawn jointly a powerful and authoritative record of contributing authors.Topics coated comprise: warmth remedy, membrane processing, hygiene by means of layout, program of HACCP, automation, security and caliber, sleek laboratory practices and research, and environmental aspects.This e-book is a necessary buy for all dairy technologists all over the world, no matter if in educational learn and instructing, or inside of nutrients businesses.

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Chapter 2 Applications of Membrane Separation Athanasios Goulas and Alistair S. 1 Introduction Membrane filtration processes are defined as separations, based primarily on size differences, between two or more components in the liquid phase. Their spectrum ranges from the millimetre (for coarse filters) to the Angstrom (Å) scale (for reverse osmosis and gas-separation membranes) (Lewis, 1996a; Cheryan, 1998; Pellegrino, 2000). Commercial membrane processing has developed over the last 40 years, and is becoming increasingly important in the food industry for concentration and fractionation operations.

Typically, this type of contamination occurs in heating processes below 80°C (Fig. 11). g. excessive openness in cheese or taste deviations of milk. The operating time of pasteurizers is limited due to the growth of thermoresistant streptococci. The 20 Advanced Dairy Science and Technology Fig. 11 Strep. thermophilus adhering to stainless steel of a pasteurizer after 8 h of production (pasteurized-milk side, local temperature 40°C). , 2001). , 2005). , 1987; Zottola and Sasahara, 1994; Austin and Bergeron, 1995).

In: Proceedings of the International Conference on UHT Processing, Raleigh, NC. M. (1983) Lipases and proteinases in milk. Thesis, Agricultural University Wageningen. G. and Litsky, W. (1970) Heat resistance of certain pathogenic bacteria in milk using a commercial plate heat exchanger. Journal of Dairy Science 53, 1659–1665. FAO (2005). org/docrep/meeting/008/j2308e/j2308e02. , Walker, K. and Hausmann, E. (2002) The resistance to heat of thermo-resistant streptococci attached to stainless steel in the presence of milk.

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