Paper Title:
The Comparison of Oil Quality from Different Processes
  Abstract

In this study, different oil extraction processes, such as extrusion pretreatment, ultrasound-ethanol assisted demulsification and traditional hexane extraction of oil, were employed to extract oil from soybean in order to compare their different effects on oil quality, fatty acid distribution and VE content of oil. The result shows that the quality of oil from extrusion pretreatment aqueous enzyme extraction (EAEP) of oil and ultrasound-ethanol assisted demulsification aqueous enzyme extraction of oil were same. The raw oil quality from the above two processes was better than the hexane extraction of oil. The fatty acid contents of oil were similar in different oil extraction processes. The VE content of oil from ultrasound-ethanol assisted demulsification process was decreased, while the extrusion pretreatment aqueous enzyme extraction of oil had no influence on VE concentration.

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Honghua Tan
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598-607
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.66-68.598
Citation
Y. Li, L. Z. Jiang, C. Wang, X. N. Sui, "The Comparison of Oil Quality from Different Processes", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 66-68, pp. 598-607, 2011
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July 2011
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