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    Oil Extraction from Castor Cake Using Ethanol: Kinetics

    In this study, the kinetics and thermodynamics of oil extraction from castor cake using ethanol were investigated. Castor cake had a total oil content of 14.78 ± 0.12% in mass and the average particle diameter was 0.446 mm. Oil extractions were carried out in a stirred batch extractor system at various temperatures (20, 30, 40, and 55 °C). The fit of three different kinetic models to the

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    Oil Extraction from Castor Cake Using Ethanol: Kinetics

    In this study, the kinetics and thermodynamics of oil extraction from castor cake using ethanol were investigated. Castor cake had a total oil content of 14.78 ± 0.12% in mass and the average

    Oil Extraction from Castor Cake Using Ethanol: Kinetics

    In this study, the kinetics and thermodynamics of oil extraction from castor cake using ethanol were investigated. Castor cake had a total oil content of 14.78 ± 0.12% in mass and the average particle diameter was 0.446 mm. Oil extractions were carried out in a stirred batch extractor system at various temperatures (20, 30, 40, and 55 °C). The fit of three different kinetic models to the

    Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Oil Extraction from Olive

    The kinetics of oil extraction from olive cake by using ethanol 96% was studied for different solvent‐to‐solids ratios and temperatures. The thermodynamic aspect of the extraction process was also examined. In the kinetic study, the results produced by the model of So and Macdonald (a model involving two main mechanisms of oil extraction: a washing process and a diffusion process with two

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    Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Oil Extraction from Olive

    2008-02-20· The kinetics of oil extraction from olive cake by using ethanol 96% was studied for different solvent-to-solids ratios and temperatures. The thermodynamic aspect of the extraction process was also examined. In the kinetic study, the results produced by the model of So and Macdonald (a model involving two main mechanisms of oil extraction: a washing process and a diffusion process

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    Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Oil Extraction from

    The values obtained for differential entropy (38.54 to 56.14 J mol −1 K −1) were similar to those reported by Meziane and Kadi (59.33 J mol −1 K −1) for extraction of oil from olive cake using 96% ethanol as a solvent and higher than the values presented by Topallar and Geçgel (38.20 J mol −1 K −1) for the extraction of sunflower oil using mixtures of n-hexane with 10% H 2 SO 4 as

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    Kinetics of soybean oil extraction using ethanol as

    2016-04-01· The data on the kinetics of extraction of soybean oil and free fatty acids using absolute and hydrous ethanol as solvents can be observed in Fig. 1, Fig. 2.Through the experimental data shown in Fig. 1 it is possible to verify that the oil contained in the soybean migrates quickly to the extracted phase at the beginning of the extraction process and then the extraction rate decreases, it being

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    Kinetics from castor oil extraction using ethanol as

    In this context, experimental data were obtained about the kinetic from castor oil using ethanol in several conditions of temperature, as well as, fitting mathematical models able to describe the kinetic of the system castor-oil-ethanol. The castor seed used in the work were characterized about its humidity, oil content and acidity, having been obtained 4.86 %, 43.3 % and 2.1 %, respectively

    Author: Suzana Diel Boligon, Ana Carolina Scher, Bruno München Wenzel

    Extraction of sunflower oil using ethanol as solvent

    2016-06-01· Comparison between the oil extraction kinetics using ethanol as solvent and reported data of sunflower oil extraction using n-hexane O. LamrousKinetic study of oil extraction from olive foot cake. Grasas y Aceites, 57 (2) (2006), pp. 175-179. View Record in Scopus Google Scholar. Montanari et al., 1999 . L. Montanari, P. Fantozzi, J.M. Snyder, J.W. KingSelective extraction of

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    Kinetics of soybean oil extraction using ethanol a BV

    TODA, TATIANE AKEMI Kinetics of soybean oil extraction using ethanol as solvent: Experimental data and modeling. FOOD AND BIOPRODUCTS PROCESSING 98 n. p. 1-10 APR 2016. Journal article.

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    Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Oil Extraction from

    2008-02-20· The kinetics of oil extraction from olive cake by using ethanol 96% was studied for different solvent-to-solids ratios and temperatures. The thermodynamic aspect of the extraction process was also examined. In the kinetic study, the results produced by the model of So and Macdonald (a model involving two main mechanisms of oil extraction: a washing process and a diffusion process

    Kinetics from castor oil extraction using ethanol as

    In this context, experimental data were obtained about the kinetic from castor oil using ethanol in several conditions of temperature, as well as, fitting mathematical models able to describe the kinetic of the system castor-oil-ethanol. The castor seed used in the work were characterized about its humidity, oil content and acidity, having been obtained 4.86 %, 43.3 % and 2.1 %, respectively

    Extraction of sunflower oil using ethanol as solvent

    2016-06-01· Comparison between the oil extraction kinetics using ethanol as solvent and reported data of sunflower oil extraction using n-hexane O. LamrousKinetic study of oil extraction from olive foot cake. Grasas y Aceites, 57 (2) (2006), pp. 175-179. View Record in Scopus Google Scholar. Montanari et al., 1999 . L. Montanari, P. Fantozzi, J.M. Snyder, J.W. KingSelective extraction of

    Kinetics of soybean oil extraction using ethanol a BV

    TODA, TATIANE AKEMI Kinetics of soybean oil extraction using ethanol as solvent: Experimental data and modeling. FOOD AND BIOPRODUCTS PROCESSING 98 n. p. 1-10 APR 2016. Journal article.

    Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Oil Extraction from

    In the study the yield and kinetic and thermodynamic parameters of the oil extraction process from Jatropha curcas L. using ethanol as a solvent were evaluated for different temperatures, moisture contents of the solid phase, and particle sizes. The extraction process yield increased with contact time of solid particles with the solvent until reaching equilibrium (saturation of the solvent

    (PDF) Extraction of sunflower oil using ethanol as

    Oil extraction kinetics using ethanol as solvent 111 47 This work demonstrated the feasibility of using ethanol as an 112 48 As mentioned above in Material and Methods (Section 2.1), the alternative solvent to hexane in the oil extraction from sunflower 113 49 material extracted with ethanol was fractionated using n-hexane. collets. Oil extraction was described by modified nonlinear 114 50

    EXTRACTION OF SEED OIL: KINETICS AND THERMODYNAMIC

    the extraction of neem oil using n-hexane and ethanol. They observed that more yield of oil was obtained with the use of n-hexane than with ethanol and the extraction process followed first order kinetics. The thermodynamic parameters showed that the process of extraction of oil from neem seeds is endothermic, irreversible and spontaneous. Also, Nwabanne (2012) in the study of the kinetics and

    Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Oil Extraction from

    Continuous catalyst-free production of esters from Jatropha curcas L. oil under supercritical ethanol. Enzymatic transesterification of Jatropha oil Enzymatic transesterification of Jatropha oil. Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Oil Extraction from Jatropha curcas L. Using Ethanol as a Solvent. International Journal of Chemical Engineering, Dec 2015 Silmara Bispo dos Santos, Marcio Arêdes

    Kinetics of isothermal and microwave extraction of

    The rates and extents of extraction have been measured for three major constituents of peppermint oil, namely 1,8‐cineole, menthone and menthol, using the leaves of the black mint (Mentha × piperita L.). The solvents used were hexane, ethanol and mixtures of composition 90 mol% ethanol + 10mol% hexane and 90mol% hexane + 10mol% ethanol. The extractions were carried out isothermally at 25

    LIQUID-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM AND KINETICS OF

    In terms of maximum extraction yield, all kinetics of extraction at 328.15 K were comparable to that of Et10A at 313.15 K, which means that using 10% ethyl acetate in ethanol at 313.15 K could be an alternative to diminish the energy consumption for a batch system extraction. However, taking into account the extraction time, increases in the ethyl acetate content and/or applying higher

    Kinetics of soybean oil extraction using ethanol a BV

    TODA, TATIANE AKEMI Kinetics of soybean oil extraction using ethanol as solvent: Experimental data and modeling. FOOD AND BIOPRODUCTS PROCESSING 98 n. p. 1-10 APR 2016. Journal article.

    EXTRACTION OF SEED OIL: KINETICS AND THERMODYNAMIC

    the extraction of neem oil using n-hexane and ethanol. They observed that more yield of oil was obtained with the use of n-hexane than with ethanol and the extraction process followed first order kinetics. The thermodynamic parameters showed that the process of extraction of oil from neem seeds is endothermic, irreversible and spontaneous. Also, Nwabanne (2012) in the study of the kinetics and

    Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Oil Extraction from

    In the study the yield and kinetic and thermodynamic parameters of the oil extraction process from Jatropha curcas L. using ethanol as a solvent were evaluated for different temperatures, moisture contents of the solid phase, and particle sizes. The extraction process yield increased with contact time of solid particles with the solvent until reaching equilibrium (saturation of the solvent

    Kinetics of soybean oil extraction using ethanol as

    Kinetics of soybean oil extraction using ethanol as solvent: Experimental data and modeling Author: Toda, Tatiane Akemi, Sawada, Mirian Megumi, Rodrigues, Christianne E.C. Source: Food and bioproducts processing 2016 v.98 pp. 1-10 ISSN: 0960-3085 Subject: diffusivity, ethanol, free fatty acids, mass transfer, models, solubility, solvents, soybean oil, soybeans, temperature, washing Abstract

    EXTRACTION KINETICS OF FATTY ACID ETHYL ESTERS (FAEE)

    characterize extraction kinetics of FAEE from oil phase by using aqueous ethanol and to determine the distribution coefficient of FAEE between oil phase and aqueous ethanol. Three different oil:ethanol molar ratio which is 1:1, 1:3 and 3:1 where oil was first diluted with FAEE was used with different stirred time range between 1-20min. A settling time for the mixture was recorded and a sample

    Kinetics study of microwave-assisted solvent extraction

    Microwave-assisted solvent extraction (MASE) of oil from olive cake can be used as an alternative for conventional solvent extraction (CSE). The present research showed that, compared to the CSE, the MASE gave better yields within very short times. The results obtained with this new procedure indicated that the radiation power and exposition time enhanced extraction ability.

    Kinetics of isothermal and microwave extraction of

    The rates and extents of extraction have been measured for three major constituents of peppermint oil, namely 1,8‐cineole, menthone and menthol, using the leaves of the black mint (Mentha × piperita L.). The solvents used were hexane, ethanol and mixtures of composition 90 mol% ethanol + 10mol% hexane and 90mol% hexane + 10mol% ethanol. The extractions were carried out isothermally at 25

    Kinetics and thermodynamics of cottonseed oil extraction

    Petroleum derived n-hexane is commercially used in solvent extraction plants due to its higher extraction efficiency in spite of the fact that it is graded as highly toxic and hazardous. The present study is based on the use of both a much safer and non toxic solvent ethanol and n-hexane for the extraction of oil from cottonseed. The extraction data were obtained by varying temperature

    Kinetics and thermodynamics of cottonseed oil extraction

    Kinetics and thermodynamics of cottonseed oil extraction. Petroleum derived n-hexane is commercially used in solvent extraction plants due to its higher extraction efficiency in spite of the fact that it is graded as highly toxic and hazardous. The present study is based on the use of both a much safer and non toxic solvent ethanol and n-hexane for the extraction of oil from cottonseed. The

    LIQUID-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM AND KINETICS OF

    In terms of maximum extraction yield, all kinetics of extraction at 328.15 K were comparable to that of Et10A at 313.15 K, which means that using 10% ethyl acetate in ethanol at 313.15 K could be an alternative to diminish the energy consumption for a batch system extraction. However, taking into account the extraction time, increases in the ethyl acetate content and/or applying higher

    Supercritical Fluid Extraction of Palm Kernel Oil from

    Supercritical fluid carbon dioxide (SC-CO 2) at pressure 19.8 MPa and temperature 51°C with different amount of ethanol (0-100 mL) was studied the extraction of palm kernel oil from palm kernel cake.The amount of oil produced from SFE and Modified ethanol-CO 2 are proportional to the amount of ethanol. It was found that α-tocopherol, α-tocotrienol, sterols and fatty acid such lauric acid

    EXTRACTION OF SEED OIL: KINETICS AND THERMODYNAMIC

    the extraction of neem oil using n-hexane and ethanol. They observed that more yield of oil was obtained with the use of n-hexane than with ethanol and the extraction process followed first order kinetics. The thermodynamic parameters showed that the process of extraction of oil from neem seeds is endothermic, irreversible and spontaneous. Also, Nwabanne (2012) in the study of the kinetics and

    EXTRACTION OF OIL AND MINOR LIPIDS FROM COLD-PRESS

    Abstract This study examines the extraction of oil from cold-press rapeseed cake using Supercritical CO2 (SC-CO2). The effects of pressure (20, 30, and 40 MPa), temperature (40, 50, and 60 ºC), and extraction time (60, 90, and 120 min) on oil yield and composition (tocopherols and carotenoids) were studied using response surface design. The results indicated that pressure influenced the

    Kinetics of soybean oil extraction using ethanol as

    Kinetics of soybean oil extraction using ethanol as solvent: Experimental data and modeling Author: Toda, Tatiane Akemi, Sawada, Mirian Megumi, Rodrigues, Christianne E.C. Source: Food and bioproducts processing 2016 v.98 pp. 1-10 ISSN: 0960-3085 Subject: diffusivity, ethanol, free fatty acids, mass transfer, models, solubility, solvents, soybean oil, soybeans, temperature, washing Abstract

    EXTRACTION KINETICS OF FATTY ACID ETHYL ESTERS (FAEE)

    characterize extraction kinetics of FAEE from oil phase by using aqueous ethanol and to determine the distribution coefficient of FAEE between oil phase and aqueous ethanol. Three different oil:ethanol molar ratio which is 1:1, 1:3 and 3:1 where oil was first diluted with FAEE was used with different stirred time range between 1-20min. A settling time for the mixture was recorded and a sample

    Extraction of soybean oil using ethanol and mixtures with

    The kinetics and thermodynamics of soybean extraction using ethanol and ethanol + alkyl esters mixtures (biodiesel) as co-solvent were investigated. The extraction parameters investigated were temperature (25, 40 and 55°C) and biodiesel to ethanol mass ratio. The extractions were carried out in batch mode at a fixed solvent to soybean mass ratio (4:1).

    Study on Mass Transfer Kinetics of Sugar Extraction

    A similar extraction kinetics behavior of rapid transfer of solutes at the beginning of the process with time was observed during the extraction of olive oil and soybean oil [33,35], using ethanol as solvent; and canola oil, sunflower oil, and jojoba oil, using hexane [36,37,38,39].

    Extraction kinetics of fatty acids ethyl esters (FAEE

    This experiment was conducted to characterize extraction kinetics of FAEE from oil phase by using aqueous ethanol and to determine the distribution coefficient of FAEE between oil phase and aqueous ethanol. Three different oil:ethanol molar ratio which is 1:1, 1:3 and 3:1 where oil was first diluted with FAEE was used with different stirred time range between 1-20min. A settling time for the

    Ethanol Archives Thermal Kinetics

    2018-07-27· An alcoholic fermentation broth typically created in the United States using grain or corn is repeatedly distilled until it reaches 95 percent of the weight of ethanol. A mixture physically incapable of further distillation is known as an azeotrope, and this azeotrope continues on through processing to extract the ethanol.

    Kinetics Study of Microwave-Assisted Brine Extraction of

    The kinetics of lipid extraction utilizing microwave-assisted extraction (MAE) from Nannochloropsis sp. microalgae were studied using a low cost and green solvent, namely brine (NaCl) solution. The kinetic modelling of the lipid extraction was performed to evaluate the mechanism of the lipid mass transfer using different extraction models, including Fick’s Law, First and Second-order