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  • Carbon dioxide extraction of canola seed: Oil

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  • SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE EXTRACTION OF

    yield with the conventional soxhlet extraction, yields of 59.8%, 52.3% and 49.9% were obtained using ethanol, n-hexane and petroleum ether as solvents for optimized average particle sizes and extraction times of 1.30 mm and 2.88 h, 1.26 mm and 2.65 h and 1.25 mm and 2.55 h, respectively. In addition, the solubility of castor oil was measured at

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  • EXTRACTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF

    The appreciable oil yield (39.43%) from this castor seed variety, the quality, unique physicohemical characteristics of the extracted oil, and the renewable nature of castor oil as a natural ...

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  • Extraction and Utilization of Nigella Sativa L. Oil in ...

    black cumin seed oil a) Effect of black cumin seed oil fortification on colour characteristics of cookies Color is considered as one of the important consumer quality judging parameter in selection of food products. Attractive colour of product is a must have in fast moving consumer goods to appeal consumer for consumption.

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  • Effect of the Process Parameters on the Oil Extraction ...

    The oil extraction yield oil was determined as a function of pressure (20 MPa and 30 MPa), temperature (313 K and 333K), solvent flow (1 g/min and 5 g/min) and particle size (0.4 mm and 0.80 mm). The oil extraction yield increased with increasing pressure and decreasing temperature, due to the influence of pressure and temperature on oil ...

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  • Extraction of Oil from Canola Seeds With ...

    Solubility of Hibiscus cannabinus L. seed (particle size 400 μm) oil in supercritical carbon dioxide was determined at pressure of 34.47-48.26 MPa, temperature of

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  • MEDIUM-CHAIN TRIGLYCERIDES RICH OIL

    Oil Solubility In the supercritical extraction CO2 of oil from plant Analytical methods material, the process can be described in a three-step process [8, 12]. ... of temperature has been reported in the extraction of primrose oil [7], amaranth seed oil [10] Chrastil's equation correlation and palm kernel oil [13]. ... the values of parameter ...

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  • K. LISICHKOV SOLATION T S O F T W A OF

    6 K. LISICHKOV ET AL.:ISOLATION OF TOMATO SEED OIL FROM TOMATO WASTE BY APPLICATION OF SUPERCRITICAL FLUID CO 2 EXTRACTION QUALITY OF LIFE 2(1-2):5-12 in tomato seeds, a classical Soxhlet extraction process with 70% (vol) ethanol as an extraction solvent, was applied. According to this procedure, the total amount of seed oil is

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  • Mass Transfer Models for Supercritical Fluid

    Fiori L (2007) Grape seed oil supercritical extraction kinetic and solubility data: critical approach and modeling. J Supercrit Fluids 43:43–54 Google Scholar Fiori L, Basso D, Costa P (2009) Supercritical extraction kinetics of seed oil: a new model bridging the 'broken and intact cells' and the 'shrinking-core' models.

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  • Effect of moisture and particle size on the

    The rate of extraction and ultimate oil yields were quite low with cracked soybeans. However, good extraction rates and nearly theoretical oil yields were obtained from ground or thinly flaked (<0.010″) seeds. Moisture levels between 3% and 12% had little effect on extracability. Oil composition was not influenced by either parameter.

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  • Solvent extraction of oil from oil seeds - Gold Kist Inc.

    The present invention provides a method for the direct solvent extraction of oil from oil seeds to produce a low-fat proteinaceous material which comprises, wet heat conditioning oil bearing seeds to a moisture content of from 6 to 12%, flaking said wet heat conditioned oil seeds, dry heat conditioning said flaked oil seeds to a moisture content of from 1.9 to 6%, and treating said dry

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  • The solubility of apricot kernel oil in supercritical ...

    Summary The solubility of kernel oil from apricots (Prunus armeniaca L.) in supercritical carbon dioxide at 313.15, 323.15 and 333.15 K and at 15, 30, 45, 52.5 and 60 MPa was determined. Appropriate models were fitted to the data and the crossover pressure of apricot kernel oil was found to be between 20 and 30 MPa. Crossover pressure is a pressure value at which the

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  • EXTRACTION OF PHARMACOLOGICALLY ACTIVE

    Local Black Seed oil is on the verge of its establishment, hence it is crucial to ensure the quality is as good as the commercial Black Seed oil. It is vital to identify which is the most appropriate condition to extract Black Seed oil as the suitable parameter could lead to more yield of oil. Up till today the best

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  • Extraction and solubility evaluation of functional seed ...

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  • LIQUID-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM AND KINETICS OF

    Soybean oil extraction is a well-established process, based on dragging oil and nonpolar components by a solvent, followed by subsequent steps of purification and refining. Predominantly, the solvent used in soybean oil extraction is commercial hexane, a mixture of petroleum hydrocarbons.

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  • Solubility of azadirachtin and several triterpenoid ...

    The extraction of oil and several triterpenoid compounds (azadirachtin, nimbin, and salannin) from need seed kernel by supercritical CO 2 (SC-CO 2) was demonstrated in this work.The experiments were performed with variation of pressures from 10 MPa to 35 MPa and temperatures (313.15 K, 323.15 K, and 333.15 K) for 4 h with CO 2 flow rate of 5 mL/min

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  • The solubility of apricot kernel oil in supercritical ...

    Summary The solubility of kernel oil from apricots (Prunus armeniaca L.) in supercritical carbon dioxide at 313.15, 323.15 and 333.15 K and at 15, 30, 45, 52.5 and 60 MPa was determined. Appropriate models were fitted to the data and the crossover pressure of apricot kernel oil was found to be between 20 and 30 MPa. Crossover pressure is a pressure value at which the

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  • Supercritical Fractional Extraction of Fennel Seed Oil

    1999-7-15 · Supercritical CO2 extraction of fennel seeds has been performed in two steps; the first step was performed at 90 bar and 50 °C to obtain the selective extraction of essential oil. The second one was performed at 200 bar and 40 °C and allowed the extraction of vegetable oil. The experiments were performed using the fractional separation of the extracts using three

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  • Supercritical extraction of essential oil from Echium ...

    extraction of essential oil from Echium amoenum seed was carried out. The effect of process variables such as pressure (15, 20, 25 and 30 MPa), temperature (313, 318, 323 and 328 K) and CO2 flow rate (0.6, 0.9, 1.2 and 1.5 ml/min) on the recovery of essential oil extraction

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  • Study on Extraction of Peanut Protein and Oil Bodies

    Cell wall degrading enzymes break down the cell wall by degrading the main cell wall components and destroying structure of the cell wall without influencing the protein. Effects of various enzymes (Viscozyme® L, cellulase, hemicellulase, and pectinase) on the molecular weight distribution of peanut protein and yield of peanut protein and oil bodies during an aqueous enzymatic extraction ...

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  • SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION AT HIGH PRESSURES

    extraction using the above cited pressure range may enrich or deplete certain components contained in the starting material [2]. Recently the use of higher extraction pressures has been advocated, i.e., even pressures beyond 700 bar (70MPa), a pressure limit often advocated for the rapid extraction of seed oils and lipid mixtures [3]. Using

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  • Solvent extraction of oil from oil seeds - Gold Kist Inc.

    The present invention provides a method for the direct solvent extraction of oil from oil seeds to produce a low-fat proteinaceous material which comprises, wet heat conditioning oil bearing seeds to a moisture content of from 6 to 12%, flaking said wet heat conditioned oil seeds, dry heat conditioning said flaked oil seeds to a moisture content of from 1.9 to 6%, and treating said dry

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  • US4008210A - Solvent extraction of oil from oil seeds ...

    The present invention provides a method for the direct solvent extraction of oil from oil seeds to produce a low-fat proteinaceous material which comprises, wet heat conditioning oil bearing seeds to a moisture content of from 6 to 12%, flaking said wet heat conditioned oil seeds, dry heat conditioning said flaked oil seeds to a moisture content of from 1.9 to 6%, and treating said dry

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  • Solubility of swietenia mahagoni seed in supercritical ...

    In this study, supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2) extraction was applied for extraction of S. mahagoni oil from seeds at different temperatures (40 °C to 60 °C) and pressures (15 MPa to 35 MPa). The effects of temperature and pressure on the extraction yield and solubility of oil

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  • Correlation between solubility parameters and recovery

    Effect of solubility parameter on the extraction yield of fast pyrolysis bio-oil was investigated. Low-molecular weight compounds mainly extracted during non-polar solvent extraction.

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  • Tea seed oil supercritical extraction process

    Huaan Supercritical CO2 Extraction Systems:The extraction pressure of SFE is the main factor affecting the extraction efficiency of tea seed oil. The solubility of oil in CO2 increases with the increase of pressure, but the increase of pressure will cause a significant increase in

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  • Effect of the Process Parameters on the Oil Extraction ...

    The oil extraction yield oil was determined as a function of pressure (20 MPa and 30 MPa), temperature (313 K and 333K), solvent flow (1 g/min and 5 g/min) and particle size (0.4 mm and 0.80 mm). The oil extraction yield increased with increasing pressure and decreasing temperature, due to the influence of pressure and temperature on oil ...

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  • FAT & OIL FROM OIL-SEEDS: PART I SOXHLET

    Extraction and Characterization of Oil from African Locust Bean (Parkia biglobosa) Seed By john olowokere and Jibrin Noah Akoji Alternative bio-based solvents for extraction of fat and oils: solubility prediction, global yield, extraction kinetics, chemical composition and cost of

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  • Effect of Solvent Extraction Parameters on the Recovery

    Another study examining the Soxhlet extraction of oil from jatropha seeds concluded that most of the oil is extracted after 6 h, although a slightly higher oil yield was achieved after 8 h [32]. The effect of seed to solvent (hexane) ratio on extraction efficiency of oil from soybeans was investigated by Bulent

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  • Hansen solubility parameters for selection of green ...

    Hansen solubility parameters is used as solvent selection tool for green extraction. • In the last 10 years, there has been a notably increase on HSP research publications. • Emerging extraction technologies have been employed Hansen approach with success. • Solubility of terpenes, phenolic compounds and fatty acids have been predicted by ...

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  • Cannabis Processing for THC, CBD & Terpenes

    Post-extraction Decarboxylate with Grape seed Oil Bath (Optional. Olive oil & butter) Decarboxylation activates THC and CBD, a process which proceeds rapidly above 106°C. Hot Grape Seed Oil Bath Decarboxylate: Select time/temp parameters (see table 1, page 4). I expect that the many terpenes lost in oven decarb (dry) will be retained in hot non-

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  • Solvent Extraction Method for Edible Oil Processing

    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

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  • Optimization of Process Parameters for Castor Oil

    Index Terms—Castor oil, extraction, optimization, pressing, process parameters, solvent ratio I. INTRODUCTION astor oil is viscous, pale yellow and non-drying oil with a bland taste and it is sometimes used as purgative [1]. There are an astonishing number of industrial applications for castor oil and its derivatives, and new ones are

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  • EXTRACTION OF PHARMACOLOGICALLY ACTIVE

    Local Black Seed oil is on the verge of its establishment, hence it is crucial to ensure the quality is as good as the commercial Black Seed oil. It is vital to identify which is the most appropriate condition to extract Black Seed oil as the suitable parameter could lead to more yield of oil. Up till today the best

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  • Optimization Methods for the Extraction of Vegetable

    Most seed oils are edible while some are used generally as raw material for soap production, chocolate, margarine, and recently in biodiesel formulations as potential candidates capable of replacing fossil fuels which are costly and destructive to the environment. Oilseeds are a green and major reservoir which when properly exploited can be used sustainably for the production

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  • Synthesis of bio-oil from waste Trichosanthes

    The non-polar hexane solvent resulted in a higher percentage of oil yield (28.4 ± 0.4%) for the crushed seed size of 0.21 mm, 6% moisture content, 270 min extraction time, 68 °C temperature and ...

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  • Determination of the Solubility Parameter of Soybean Oil ...

    determine vegetable oil solubility parameters that are required for the application of solubility parameter theory (SPT) to supercritical fluid extraction (SFE), a technology utilized in our laboratory for the extraction ofseed oils. However, the derived data have a far wider application, particularly with respect to predicting and

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  • Extraction of Oil from Canola Seeds With Supercritical ...

    Mass of oil extracted Yield of oil extraction (%) = × 100 Mass of oil in seeds s V. Effect of pressure Fig n (2) shows the effect of pressure on yield at temperature of 328 K and particle size 0.12 mm. with pressure increase, Co2 density increases significantly, due to the increase of the solubility of the oil components.

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  • Rapeseed Oil as Renewable Resource for Polyol

    King, J. W. Determination of the solubility parameter of Soybean oil by inverse gas chromatography. LWT - Food Science and Technology, 1995, vol. 28, N 2, p. 190-195. Luthria, L. D. Oil extraction and analysis: critical issues and comparative studies.

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  • Optimization of ultrasound‐assisted solvent

    Hemp seed oil can be used extensively due to its high nutritional values, and antioxidant potential and ultrasound can improve oil extraction as a simple and fast method. 1 INTRODUCTION The hemp ( Cannabis sativa L.) plant, as a rich resource of the bioactive compounds, has been used for pharmaceutical purposes and preparing healthy food ...

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