extraction parameters and analysis of apricot kernel oil
Mass transfer modeling of apricot kernel oil extraction with
Effects of process parameters on extraction of apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) kernel oil with supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO 2) were investigated.The parameters included particle size (mean particle diameter < 0.425–1.5 mm), solvent flow rate (1–5 g/min), pressure (300–600 bar), temperature (40–70 °C) and co-solvent concentration (up to 3.0 wt.% ethanol).
(PDF) Mass transfer modeling of apricot kernel oil extraction
Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of apricot kernel oil By sami gökhan özkal Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of flaxseed oil: Effect of extraction parameters and mass transfer modeling
Mass transfer modeling of apricot kernel oil extraction with
Effects of process parameters on extraction of apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) kernel oil with supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2) were investigated. The parameters included particle size (mean particle diameter < 0.425–1.5 mm), solvent flow rate (1–5 g/min), pressure (300–600 bar), temperature (40–70 °C) and co-solvent concentration (up to 3.0 wt.% ethanol).
Extraction, Purification and Characterization of oils
•Wild apricot/Khanboo-Rosaceae family. •Native to China and North Western Nepal. •Distribution-1000-4000 m. •Fruits-sour. •Most seeds -thrown away-difficult to separate kernels manually. •Some seeds-utilized for extraction of kernel oil manually. •Cooking, burning lights, arthritis, joint pain.
SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE EXTRACTION OF APRICOT KERNEL OIL
Extraction of apricot kernel oil occurred in two extraction periods as fast and slow extraction periods. Most of the oil was extracted in the fast extraction period and the oil recovered in the slow extraction period was negligible. Extraction yield increased with decrease in particle size and recovery of more than 99 % of the oil
ULTRASOUND ASSISTED EXTRACTION OF APRICOT KERNEL OIL: EFFECT
Apricot kernels can be procured as a by-product from apricot processing plants. However, due to lack of eﬃ cient collection and utilization of kernel, this valuable crop remains unexploited. Apricot kernels have been used to extract oil from or as alternative protein source. Wild apricot kernel contains 40–56% of oil (M et al., 2014),
Studies on physico-chemical characteristics and fatty acid
Femenia et al reported that the apricot kernels contain more oil (53 g/100 g) that of bitter kernels (43g/100 g)5. Owing to the presence of unsaturated fatty acids in good proportion, its quality attributes matches with almond oil. After oil extraction from apricot kernels, around 60% of
Antioxidant Capacity and Phenolics Content of Apricot
Fourteen apricot genotypes grown under similar cultural practices in Trans-Himalayan Ladakh region were studied to find out the influence of genotype on antioxidant capacity and total phenolic content (TPC) of apricot kernel. The kernels were found to be rich in TPC ranging from 92.2 to 162.1 mg gallic acid equivalent/100 g. The free radical-scavenging activity in terms of inhibitory
(PDF) Impact of Processing Technology in Hilly Region: A
When it was understood to introduce the mechanical aid for shelling, Dixit et al. (2010)  performed the economic analysis of extraction technology for apricot kernels. The technology of AICRP
Improvement of efficiency of oil extraction from wild apricot
Statistical analysis. Wild apricot oil extracted by best enzymatic treatment along with control was evaluated for quality characteristic. The quality parameters of wild apricot kernels oil were analyzed statistically by Completely Randomized Design (CRD) described by Cochran and Cox (1967)
Utilization of wild apricot kernel press cake for extraction
The apricot kernel press cake left after extraction of oil initially contained 7.2% moisture, 34.3% protein, 9.7% crude lipids, 10.8% crude fibre, 27.5% carbohydrates and
The solubility of apricot kernel oil in supercritical carbon
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 effect of temperature on
Genetic diversity analysis of sweet kernel apricot in China
Genetic diversity analysis of sweet kernel apricot in China 9723 Genetics and Molecular Research 14 3: 97229729 215 FUNPECRP www.funpecrp.com.br INTRODUCTION Kernel apricot is one the six woody grain and oil strategic species. Among them, sweet kernel apricot is our unique economic species, which originated in Zhuolu, Hebei Prov – ince, China.
Extraction of Triglycerides and Phospholipids from Canola
Sami Gökhan Özkal, Response Surface Analysis and Modeling of Flaxseed Oil Yield in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide, Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society, 86, 11, (1129), (2009). Crossref P Wanasundara and Fereidoon Shahidi , Extraction and Analysis of Lipids , Food Lipids , 10.1201/9781420046649.ch5 , (2010) .
Apricot Kernel Oil Market is growing at a High CAGR | Demand
The research report on the global Apricot Kernel Oil market provides an in-depth overview of the market with the help of market-related statistics.The latest Apricot Kernel Oil market report covers all important aspects like growth driving factors, opportunities, and challenges that will govern the industry dynamics in the upcoming years.Besides, it offers an in-depth analysis of various
Comparative analysis of antioxidant activity, toxicity,
Comparatively, apricot kernels were found superior to corresponding pomaces in the investigated parameters. Hence, kernels of these varieties could be essential ingredients as functional foods. Correlation analysis confirms the role of phenolics to contribute to antioxidant activity.
Foods | Free Full-Text | Accumulation Pattern of Amygdalin
To reveal the accumulation pattern of cyanogenic glycosides (amygdalin and prunasin) in bitter apricot kernels to further understand the metabolic mechanisms underlying differential accumulation during kernel development and ripening and explore the association between cyanogenic glycoside accumulation and the physical, chemical and biochemical indexes of fruits and kernels during fruit and
Tesis: "Apricot latent virus" – Grafiati
The purpose of this research was to determine the solubility of apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) oil in supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2), effects of parameters (particle size, solvent flow rate, pressure, temperature and co-solvent (ethanol) concentration) on extraction yield and to investigate the possibility of fractionation.