physico-chemical studies on oil extraction processes

Physico-chemical studies on oil extraction processes from

Physico-chemical studies on oil extraction processes from some Nigerian grown plant seeds Article in Electronic Journal of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Chemistry 8 · January 2009 with

Physico-chemical studies on oil extraction processes from

Physico-chemical studies on oil extraction processes from some Nigerian grown plant seeds. Author(s) : Dawodu, F. A. Author Affiliation : Department of Chemistry (Industrial), University of

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Comparative study of different extraction processes for

Therefore, the present study investigates different extraction processes for hemp oil and compared its industrial-scale economic assessment, extraction yield, oil compositions and physico-chemical properties. Central composite design was employed to optimize the parameters of supercritical fluid extraction and ultrasonication processes. Quadratic models (P < 0.05) for both processes were

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STUDIES ON EXTRACTION, PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND

STUDIES ON EXTRACTION, PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND NUTRITIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF OIL FROM DIFFERENT OILSEEDS AND IT'S UTILIZATION IN DEVELOPMENT OF FAT SPREAD DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGY

(PDF) Studies on physico-chemical properties of crude oil

Studies on physico-chemical properties of crude oil and refined oil . Article (PDF Available) · January 2019 with 349 Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a

Hemp Oil Extraction: A Comparison of Extraction Processes

Often, variability in the physico-chemical properties, quantity and chemical composition of hemp seed oil results depending on the extraction process in question.

(PDF) Extraction Processes of Virgin Coconut Oil

The methods used to make virgin coconut oil can be grouped into: 1) physical methods, such as low temperature heating, centrifugation, and pressing (Bawalan and Chapman, 2006); 2) biochemical

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Physico Chemical characteristics of Oil and Biodiesel

The results of the study demonstrated that SC-CO 2 would be a promising process for the extraction of moringa seed kernel oil of premium quality. View Show abstract

The Study on Extraction Process and Analysis of MDPI

The Study on Extraction Process and Analysis of Components in Essential Oils of Black Pepper (Piper nigrum L.) Seeds Harvested in Gia Lai Province, Vietnam by Thien Hien Tran 1,2,Le Ke Ha 1,Duy Chinh Nguyen 1,Tan Phat Dao 1,Le Thi Hong Nhan 3,Dai Hai Nguyen 4,Trinh Duy Nguyen 1,5,*,Dai-Viet N. Vo 6,Quoc Toan Tran 7,8 and Long Giang Bach 1,2

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(PDF) STUDY OF THE TEMPORARY EVOLUTION OF THE

The study on the evolution time of polluted soil with oil and oil residues was carried out over a period of 15 years (1997 2013) in oil extraction field from Suplacu de Barcău, Bihor county

Physico-chemical study of seed oil of Prunus armeniaca L

Physico-chemical study of seed oil of Prunus armeniaca L. grown in Garhwal region (India) and its comparison with some conventional food oils Abstract: The seeds of the wild Prunus armeniaca L. (wild Apricot) from the Garhwal Region of Uttarakhand (India) was analysed for its proximate compositions and the physico-chemical characteristics of the oil. The elements present in seed oil were also

Studies on Proximate and Physico-Chemical Evaluation of

Studies on Proximate and Physico-Chemical Evaluation of Different Groundnut Varieties Grown in India Dr. Shashikant Pardeshi Scientific Officer DPHL, Jalgaon, Maharashatra, India Abstract In the present study of five different groundnut varieties such as GG-11,J-11,TMV-2,Rs-1 and K-6 were grown under different geographical places in India. The proximate analysis, oil yield and physicochemical

Ultrasound assisted extraction of apricot kernel oil

<section class="abstract"><p>The application of ultrasound during extraction of oil from apricot kernels using hexane was evaluated and compared with conventional

Pilot-scale supercritical carbon dioxide extraction

The physico-chemical properties of oil samples obtained from SFE process were evaluated in comparison with oils obtained from conventional processes. The oil density was determined using pycnometer method in accord to the standard method for the analysis of oils, fats and derivatives (IUPAC, 1992) (method 2.101).

Screw pressing performance of whole and dehulled

Physico-chemical characteristics of flaxseed oil. Free fatty acid (FFA) Content in flaxseed oil was determined following the standard procedure (Ranganna 2008). Colour (L, a, b values) of flaxseed oil, after 12 h of oil extraction was measured using Tintometer. Chroma value was computed by using the standard formula (Hernandez et al. 2008).

Some physico-chemical properties of Moringa oleifera oil

Some physico-chemical properties of Moringa oleifera seed oil extracted using solvent and aqueous enzymatic methods S.M. Abdulkarim a, K. Long b, O.M. Lai a, S.K.S. Muhammad c, H.M. Ghazali a,* a Department of Biotechnology, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 43400 UPM Serdang, Selangor DE, Malaysia b Biotechnology Division, Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute, P.O. Box 12301

Influence of Origin and Extraction Method on Argan Oil

Twenty one samples of argan oil of different geographical origin (Tidzi, Tamanar, Benaiznassen, Ait mzal, Ait Baha, Ighrem, Aoulouz) and/or prepared following a different process (traditional, mechanical, or industrial) were collected and their physico-chemical properties analyzed. Sample acidity was found between 0.14 and 1.40%, unsaponifiable matter between 0.34 and 0.79%, saponification

Physico-chemical Characterization of Seed Oils Extracted

Physico-chemical Characterization of Seed Oils Extracted from Oranges (Citrus sinensis) Singh et al. (2002), in oil extraction by pressing studies on process optimization, reported the importance of defin-ing an optimal range for moisture, since it was observed that very high values are friction reducers of the grain mass, causing a low yield extraction, whereas very low levels im-pair the

Maltenes and Asphaltenes of Petroleum Vacuum Residues

Maltenes and Asphaltenes of Petroleum Vacuum Residues 95 Fainberg et al. (1996) have modified the ASTM D4124 (Drews, 1989) method by carrying out extraction in soxhiet apparatus, by heptane. By using pentane, asphaltenes precipitate along with polar aromatics. Propane precipitates along with asphaltenes a mixture of polar aromatics and naphtheno aromatics. So by the use of different solvents

Characterization, kinetics and statistical screening

The kinetics and optimization of oil extraction from gmelina seed was studied. The effect of various process variables such as temperature, time, volume of solvent, particle size, and their...

Characterization, kinetics and statistical screening

The kinetics and optimization of oil extraction from gmelina seed was studied. The effect of various process variables such as temperature, time, volume of solvent, particle size, and their...

Effect of combined physico-chemical processes on the

With reference to the chemical processes, various research studies have demonstrated that the ozonation, and other advanced oxidation processes (AOP) which employ strong oxidant agents (ozone, hydrogen peroxide and UV, Fenton, etc.), are able to partially remove the COD of the OMW (Canizares et al., 2007; Beltran-Heredia et al., 2001) and can also involve a partial reduction of toxic effects

Argan Oil Extraction Process, Techniques, Guide Agri

Read: Process of Palmarosa Oil Extraction. Extraction of Argan oil: The Argan oil extraction process is explained below; The fruit of the Argan tree is the small, and round, oval, or conical shape. A thick peel envelops the fleshy pulp. The fleshy pulp surrounds a hard-shelled nut that represents about 25% of the weight of the fresh fruit. The

Effects of location and extraction solvent on physico

Effects of location and extraction solvent on physico chemical properties of Moringa stenopetala The flask containing solvent and lipid was removed at the end of the extraction process, then the solvent in the flask was evaporated in Rota vapor and the mass of the oil remaining was measured and the percentage oil yield was calculated using the following formula: %oil yield = Weight before

The effect of microwave pretreatment on some physico

The study on the kinetics of oil extraction revealed that ultrasound waves might improve the coefficient of mass transfer in washing and emission stages in comparison to the extraction process without ultrasound assist (Abdullah and Koc, 2012). Since no researches on the optimization of oil extraction from Black cumin seeds with the use of microwave pretreatment were found by the authors, in

Physicochemical studies of hemp (Cannabis sativa) seed oil

Physicochemical studies of hemp (Cannabis sativa) seed oil using enzyme-assisted cold-pressing Sajid Latif and Farooq Anwar Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan The effects of enzyme-assisted cold-pressing (EACP) on the physicochemical attributes of Cannabis sativa (hemp) seed oil were investigated using five enzyme preparations:

Physicochemical properties of virgin coconut oil extracted

Physicochemical properties of virgin coconut oil extracted from different processing methods it was screw pressed for oil extraction. The collected oil was also filtered using Whatman filter paper no. 1 to remove some debris that escaped into the oil. The oil was prepared in triplicate and later kept in the refrigerator until further use. Oil recovery The determination of oil recovery was

Influence of Origin and Extraction Method on Argan Oil

Physico-Chemical Characteristics and Composition geographical origin and extraction process on the argan oil quality in order to select some parameters that could be possibly used to establish a unarguable national standard. This latter should account for geographic specificities but allow the discarding of oils of improper quality. For this purpose, the most important physico-chemical

Maceration, Percolation and Infusion Techniques of

volatile oil, e.g. Concentrated Compound Gentian Infusion. ¾In a few cases, it is desirable to change the physico chemical nature of the solvent during a single maceration process. ¾Opium Tincture is prepared by using change of the physico-chemical nature of the solvent as indicated below: ¾First pouring boiling water over the sliced opium to disintegrate it. ¾Then, after

Physico-Chemical Stability Studies of Neem Azadirachta

Physico-Chemical Stability Studies of Neem (Azadirachta indica) Seed Oil Cream present study, neem oil had been extracted from the ripe seed of Azadirachta indica (A. juss) plant. The oil was formulated using vanishing cream base because of its cosmetic advantage at concentrations (0% w/ w 10.0% w/ w) with 0% w/ w serving as control formulation. The formulations at storage temperature

CASE STUDY OF SHALE OIL PRODUCTION

2.3.1 Royal Dutch Shell In-situ Conversion Process 12 2.3.2 American Shale Oil CCR Process 14 2.3.3 Chevron Crush Process 14 2.3.4 ExxonMobil Electrofrac Process 15 2.4 Classification of Oil Shale 16 2.5 Upgrading of Shale Oil 18 3 METHODOLOGY 20 3.1 Accumulation of Data 20 3.2 Comprehensive Study of Data 20

Extraction of petroleum Wikipedia

The extraction of petroleum is the process by which usable petroleum is drawn out from beneath the earth's surface location. Locating This form of recovery is used extensively to increase oil extraction in the San Joaquin Valley, which yields a very heavy oil, yet accounts for ten percent of the United States' oil extraction. [citation needed] Fire flooding (In-situ burning) is another

A Comparative Evaluation of Medicated Oils Prepared

The processes are obviously energy intensive involving lot of boiling and cooking, and hence add to cost of processing. The current preliminary investigation was undertaken to generate data on physico-chemical properties, including chromatographic profiles, stability of sesame oil and extraction of herbal components in to the sesame oil. It is

Physico-chemical study of seed oil of Prunus armeniaca

The seeds of the wild Prunus armeniaca L. (wild Apricot) from the Garhwal Region of Uttarakhand (India) was analysed for its proximate compositions and the physico-chemical characteristics of the oil. The elements present in seed oil were also determined which reflected that apricot is rich in Phosphorous, Calcium, Magnesium, Iron and Copper which makes it suitable for edible and commercial oil.

Processes Free Full-Text Toward a Distinct and

Physico-chemical modelling and predictive simulation are becoming key for modern process engineering. Rigorous models rely on the separation of different effects (e.g., fluid dynamics, kinetics, mass transfer) by distinct experimental parameter determination on lab-scale. The equations allow the transfer of the lab-scale data to any desired scale, if characteristic numbers like e.g., Reynolds

POST HARVEST PRACTICES AND PROCESSING ON THE PHYSICO

study the manual pressing extraction process in their plant; Dr. Grace Nambatya (Director Natural Chemotherapeutics Research Laboratory-NCRL) and the Executive Director (Uganda Industrial Research Insitute-UIRI) for allowing me carry out some analyses in their laboratories. I wish to thank the following people: Mr. Amuge and Mr. Opus (Katakwi); Mr. Richard Oleke, Mr. Alfred Opio, and Mr

Physico‐chemical, Sensory and Aromatic Properties of

Cold pressing yielded less oil than solvent extraction, but oil quality was superior and a refining process was not required. There was no significant difference between samples for fatty acid composition and some physico‐chemical parameters. Whereas, microwave treatment caused a decrease in oil turbidity, free acidity, α‐tocopherol and some sterol contents and an enhancement in total

PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND FATTY ACID

The oil yield in this study ranged from 38.2 to 45.6%, with a mean of 42.8%. Although this is the first study to document oil yield and physico-chemical characteristics of B. toxisperma oil, the yields registered in this study are comparable to oil yields of forest nuts. For example, Fungo et al. [3] reported an average oil yield of 38.7% in

MODELING OF THE EXTRACTION PROCESS OF TEA SEED OIL

to study the effects of parameters such as pressure, Modeling of the Extraction Process of Tea Seed Oil with Supercritical Carbon Dioxide 943 Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering Vol. 32, No. 04, pp. 941 947, October December, 2015 this paper. According to the above hypotheses, the differen-tial mass balance of the solute along the extraction bed is given by: ρε ρu ρεDax 2 2

(PDF) Extraction of essential oil from geranium

Extraction of essential oil from geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) with supercritical carbon dioxide



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