ptimization of edible oil extraction from ofada rice

Optimization of Edible Oil Extraction from Ofada Rice Bran

Effects of roasting temperature and duration on yield and quality (free fatty acid, peroxide value, color) of oil extracted from ofada rice bran was studied using response surface methodology. Roasting temperature and duration were 160, 170, 180, 190, and 200 °C and 5, 10, 15, 25, and 35 min respectively. Data were analyzed by ANOVA and regression analysis.

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Optimization of Edible Oil Extraction from Ofada Rice Bran

Effects of roasting temperature and duration on yield and quality (free fatty acid, peroxide value, color) of oil extracted from ofada rice bran was studied using response surface methodology

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Optimization of Edible Oil Extraction from Ofada Rice Bran

ORIGINAL PAPER Optimization of Edible Oil Extraction from Ofada Rice Bran Using Response Surface Methodology Rahman Akinoso & James A. Adeyanju

Optimization of Edible Oil Extraction from Ofada Rice Bran

Optimization of Edible Oil Extraction from Ofada Rice Bran Using Response Surface Methodology

“Optimization of Edible Oil Extraction from Ofada Rice

Food and Bioprocess Technology. Food and Bioprocess Technology . August 2012, Volume 5, Issue 6, pp 2630–2631 Cite as “Optimization of Edible Oil Extraction from Ofada Rice Bran Using Response Surface Methodology” by Akinoso, R. & Adeyanju, J.A. [Food and Bioprocess Technology 5 (2012) 1372–1378] Authors; Authors and affiliations; Ömer Said Toker; Mustafa Tahsin Yilmaz; Safa

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“Optimization of Edible Oil Extraction from Ofada Rice

“Optimization of Edible Oil Extraction from Ofada Rice Bran Using Response Surface Methodology” by Akinoso, R. & Adeyanju, J.A. [Food and Bioprocess Technology 5 (2012) 1372–1378]

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Optimization of Extrusion Rice Bran Stabilization Process

As considerable amounts of oil are available in rice bran, it might be worthwhile to stabilize it and extract the edible oil before using it for feedstuffs. Precisely these oils are responsible

Optimization of roasting temperature and time during oil

Oil extraction is one of the most critical steps in seed oil processing because it determines the quality and quantity of oil extracted. Optimization of the extraction conditions for each

Response to Readers’ Comments on Published Paper

Response to Readers’ Comments on Published Paper: “Optimization of Edible Oil Extraction from Ofada Rice Bran Using Response Surface Methodology” by Akinoso, R. & Adeyanju, J.A. [Food and

Response to Readers’ Comments on Published Paper

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Response to Readers’ Comments on Published Paper

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A novel process for extraction of edible oils: Enzyme

1. Introduction. Solvent extraction with n-hexane is a widely used approach for obtaining edible oils (Mattil et al., 1964).Recently, we have reported three phase partitioning (TPP) as an alternative strategy for extraction of oil from soybean (Sharma et al., 2002a).Three phase partitioning consists of adding salt and t-butanol to a slurry of homogenized oil bearing seeds.

A simple chemical method for stabilization of rice bran

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Optimization of microwave drying conditions of two

Some examples of the RSM applications performed for optimization of food processes include optimization of fura production, processing parameter optimization for obtaining dry beans with reduced cooking time, optimization of edible oil extraction from ofada rice bran and optimization of microwave-assisted hot-air drying conditions of okra (Jideani et al., 2010; Akinoso & Adeyanju 2012

Optimization of microwave drying conditions of two banana

cooking time, optimization of edible oil extraction from ofada rice bran and optimization of microwave-assisted hot-air drying conditions of okra (Jideani et al., 2010; Akinoso & Adeyanju 2012; Schoeninger et al., 2014; Kumar et al., 2014). Microwave drying has advantages of high drying rates, high energy efficiency, better product quality and efficient space utilization (Sutar & Prasad, 2007

Modeling and optimization of betalain extraction from

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Effect of addition of rice bran oil extract on the

Effect of addition of rice bran oil extract on the stability of sunflower oil, sesame oil and their blends Abstract The present study investigates the effect of exposure at elevated temperature (60°C) on the stability of edible oils i.e. sunflower oil, sesame oil and their blends in various proportions of 20:80, 50:50 & 80:20 v/v, with and without addition of antioxidants on the basis of acid

Optimization Methods for the Extraction of Vegetable

Oyekunle, D.T. Optimization of oil extraction from Thevetia peruviana (yellow oleander) seeds: A case study of two statistical models. Int. J. Eng. Modern Technol. 2017, 3, 4. [Google Scholar] Akinoso, R.; Adeyanju, J.A. Optimization of edible oil extraction from ofada rice

Green Extraction of Fennel and Anise Edible Oils Using Bio

The aim of this study was to evaluate the replacement aspects of conventional methods (petroleum-based solvent and Folch assay) by alternative methods (bio-based and biodegradable solvent 2-methyltetrahydrofuran (MeTHF) and supercritical CO 2 (SC-CO 2)) for seed oil extraction from anise (Pimpinella anisum L.) and fennel (Foeniculum vulgare Mill.Results showed that the highest oil yield of

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Optimization of the rice bran oil deacidification process

It can be estimated that in a counter current continuous process of rice bran oil deacidification, keeping the mass ratio oil to solvent (O:S) at approximately 1:1, the maximal loss of neutral oil and the γ-oryzanol in the extract stream must be lower than 3 mass% and 0.3 mass%, respectively. On the other hand, the total transfer of FFA can be controlled by the number of the successive

Process optimization for extraction of carotenoids from

Shrimp waste is an important source of natural carotenoid. Studies were carried out to determine the extraction yield of shrimp waste carotenoids in different vegetable oils. Highest yield was obtained by extraction using refined sunflower oil compared to groundnut oil, gingelly oil, mustard oil, soy oil, coconut oil and rice bran oil. The extraction yield of carotenoids in sunflower oil was

Optimization of Ultrasound-Assisted Extraction of

Optimization of ultrasound-assisted extraction of oil from olive pomace using response surface technology: Oil recovery, unsaponifiable matter, total phenol content and antioxidant activity. LWT Food Science and Technology 2017, 79, 178-189. DOI: 10.1016/j.lwt.2017.01.029.

Parametric optimization of rice bran oil extraction using

Use of bran oil in various edible and nonedible industries is very common. In this research work, efficient and optimized methodology for the recovery of rice bran oil has been investigated. The present statistical study includes parametric optimization, based on experimental results of rice bran oil extraction. In this study, three solvents, acetone, ethanol and solvent mixture (SM) [acetone

Bleaching optimization and winterization step

The optimization of bleaching step was carried out using the following variables: amount of adsorbent in relation to the mass of rice oil (%Ads), from 0.5 to 1.1 g adsorbent 100 g −1 oil), and amount of activated carbon in relation to the total mass adsorbent (%Ca/Ads), from 0.77 to 9.23 g activated carbon 100 g −1 ads.), This study was performed using a rotational central composite design

Process Optimization, Characterization and Antioxidant

Keywords: oat bran oil; subcritical butane extraction; optimization; antioxidant capacity 1. Introduction Oat (Avena sativa L.) is a popular cereal grain of Poaceae (Graminaceae) family, with a planting area of nearly 10 million hectares globally. Compared with the other cereal grains, oats have high amounts of oil in the endosperm. Oats have a variety of uses in functional food and daily life

Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil

ELSEVIER Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction A. Rosenthal, D. L. Pyle, and K. Niranjan Department of Food Science and Technology, University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading, United Kingdom Industrial processes for the extraction of edible oil from oilseeds generally involve a solvent extraction step which may or may not be preceded by pressing.

Ohmic heating as a pre-treatment in solvent extraction of

Apart from rice, the main by- products of rice milling industry are rice husk, rice bran, rice germ and brokens. These constitute nearly 20–24 %, 5–10 %, 1–2 % and 2–3 % of the total milled rice respectively. Rice bran contains high quality proteins and edible oil apart from fibre, ash and NFE (nitrogen free extract) and it is highly nutritious containing less cholesterol (Tang et al.

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A Rapid and Ecofriendly Treatment Technique for Rice Bran

percent of this valuable oil is used for edible oil production [4]. The main reason is that the oil is exposed to rice bran lipase enzyme after rice milling which causes, as a catalyst, the triglyceride of oil is quickly hydrolyzed into glycerol and free fatty acids. Stabilization of rice bran and extraction of oil soon after milling process are two effective methods for lipase enzyme

Oil Deodorization for Palm Oil Refining Process

Palm oil is one of the most widely consumed edible oils in the world today. Palm oil is obtained from the flesh of the palm fruit. Each palm tree produces approximately one fruit bunch, containing as many as 3000 fruitlets, per month. In addition, each palm tree continues producing fruit economically for up to 25 years. This ensures a constant stable supply, as compared with other annual crops

corn oil production process Build Oil Mill Plant with

Corn oil production process. There are 2 ways to make oil from corn germ: one is pressing method, which is suitable for small to medium size oil mill plant; the second is solvent extraction method, which is suitable for large scale oil factory; the third is aqueous enzymatic method, which is a new method developed in recent years.

Solid State Fermentation of Non-Edible Oil Seed Cakes for

Non-edible oils over edible oil hold the potential to act as sustainable sources for the production of bio-diesel. Removal of oil left behind a major part of the seed material as seed cake. The latter is generally regarded as waste because of its anti-nutritional content. In the present study, two de-oiled seed cakes, Madhuca indica (mahua) and Jatropha curcus (jatropha) were used for the

Project Profile msmedi-agartala.nic.in

Project Profile 1. Product : Soya bean Oil 2. NIC Code (1998) : 211018007 (Based on NIC-1998) 3. Product Code : 12521 Looking at the trends of oil used for edible purposes, Soya bean oil is in huge demand. This is also because other edible oils used in this region viz. Ground nut Oil, Sunflower oil, Mustard oil etc. are costly in comparison to Soya bean oil. Refined and partial

Oil Extraction Machine Manufacture In China Agriculture

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Methods of extraction refining and concentration of fish

Fish oil extraction. Several studies have been developed around the extraction and quality analysis of oil obtained from different fish species, as well as by-products of their processing, in which different techniques are used, such as supercritical fluids, wet pressing, extraction using solvents, and fish silage employing enzymes present in fish or from other sources (Adeoti & Hawboldt, 2014).

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Solvent Extraction Method for Edible Oil Solvent extraction is a chemical oil extraction method to process oil out from vegetables, oilseeds and nuts by solvent, and Hexane is the preferred choice. Industrial oil processing for the edible oil generally involves the solvent extraction step which may or may not be preceded by pressing.

Application of Taguchi s Orthogonal Array in Multi

Open Journal of Optimization, 2012, 1, the high FFA crude rice bran oil (CRBO) which is a non-edible vegetable oil derived from the rice bran [20]. Rice bran is a by-product of rice milling process. As rice production is a renewable process, the availability of rice bran for oil extraction is also renewable in nature. Based on the rate of world wide rice production it was esti- mated that

A process for the preparation of food‐grade rice bran wax

A two‐step method was developed for the preparation of food‐grade wax. The first step involved the solventdefatting of crude wax, which gave a dark brown, dry, powdered wax with a m.p. of 75–79°C. Th...



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