statistical approach to the optimization of oil extraction
Optimization of oil extraction from waste “Date pits”
Statistical analysis. The statistical analysis of the experimental data obtained was performed using a response surface methodology (RSM). The interaction between the response variable (oil yield) and independent variables for oil extraction were correlated by a model as described in Eq.
Statistical optimization of the extraction of citric acid
Optimization of the process parameters for the extraction of a product from a solid substrate after bioconversion is essentially important to maximize the yield. The extraction of citric acid from the solid substrate of oil palm empty fruit bunches (EFB) after bioconversion was initially optimized by following single factor variation.
MODELING AND OPTIMIZATION OF THE ORANGE LEAVES OIL EXTRACTION
The factors that were varied for the production of the orange leaves oil extraction were material-to-water ratio, extraction time, and microwave power. Accordingly, a statistical model was established and Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was carried out to identify the set of factors that gives the highest essential oil yield. Optimization results
Optimization of a protease extraction using a statistical
Optimization of protease extraction by response surface methodology has found the optimized variables at pH 8.22, 4.95% of TX-100, 6.80 mM of 2-mercaptoethanol, and 1.71 min of mixing time at 12.37 U/g of protease activity. The overall model was significant (p < .05) with an R 2 value of 0.9885. Verification test results (Tukey's test) showed
Optimization of mechanical oil extraction from Jatropha
optimization a b s t r a c t Extraction of oil from Jatropha curcas L. kernel was investigated using a lab-scale hydraulic press. A face centered composite design of experiments was employed to study and optimize the effect of applied pressure, pressing temperature and moisture content on oil recovery. A quadratic polynomial model was generated
Lawsonia inermis essential oil: extraction optimization by
Optimization of essential oil extraction. Table 2 presents the essential oil extraction yield’s (Y). The range of the yields of extracted essential oil from the henna was 0.244–6.822 g/100 g d.b. Many experimental conditions give us extraction yields > 1.6 g/100 g d.b.
Optimization of Oil Extraction from Pistacia atlantica Desf
Optimization of Oil Extraction from Pistacia atlantica Desf. Seeds Using Hydraulic Press: H. Acheheb, R. Aliouane and A. Ferradji: Abstract: This study was carried out to determine the effects of pressure, temperature, pressing time and moisture content on the yield of oil mechanically expressed from Pistacia atlantica Desf. seeds using a hydraulic press conceived at our laboratory and made in
Statistical analysis and optimization of biodiesel production
Jeong, G. T. and D. H. Park (2015) Optimization of lipid extraction from marine green macro-algae as biofuel resources. Kor. J. Chem. Eng. 32: 2463–2467. CAS Article Google Scholar 26. Official Methods of Analysis of AOAC International (2016) p. 1298. 15 th edition. Association of Official Analytical Chemists, Virginia.
Characterization, kinetics and statistical screening analysis
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 interaction on oil yield was investigated. A predictive model describing the oil yield in terms process variables was derived from multiple regression analysis. Optimum yield of 49.90 % was predicted at
Optimization of yield for extraction of an essential oil
3. To extract an essential oil from cinnamon by using novel technique – Microwave assisted extraction and Optimization of Microwave extraction process parameter to obtain maximum yield of cinnamon oil. To analyze the components which are present in essential oil by GC- MS. Comparison of novel techniques with hydrodistillation and find out the
Optimization of the ω-3 extraction as a functional food
(2008). Optimization of the ω-3 extraction as a functional food from flaxseed. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition: Vol. 59, No. 6, pp. 526-534.
Comparison of Different Extraction Methods for the
Statistical analysis showed that all the detected and identified compounds were highly (P > 0.001) affected by the extraction technique used except the a-terpineol which appear stable. On the other hand, principal component analysis (PCA) revealed on the determination of one group represented by SC-CO2, S-DHS and HYD suggesting a similar
Application of Full Factorial Design in Optimization
The solvent-free microwave extraction of essential oil from ginger was optimized using a 2<sup>3</sup> full factorial design in terms of oil yield to determine the optimum extraction conditions. Sixteen experiments were carried out with three varying parameters, extraction time, microwave power, and type of sample for two levels of each. A first order regression equation best fits the
OPTIMIZATION OF SOLID-TO-SOLVENT RATIO AND TIME FOR OIL
In this study, the optimization of two parameters: solid-to-solvent ratio and extraction time of the oil extraction process from the dried spent coffee grounds (DSCG) after brewing coffee were
Optimization of Nepeta Cataria Essential Oil Extraction Yield
The extraction was conducted by using soxhlet method assisted by ultrasound using ethanol (polar solvent). Statistical analysis and analysis of variance indicated that the time of extraction and ratio of sample to solvent are significant factors (p<0.05) affecting the yield while the temperature of sonication was insignificant (p>0.05).
Optimization of oil and pectin extraction from orange
The effects of processing parameters on essential oil and pectin extractions from orange peels were investigated using response surface approach; 2 × 5 and 3 × 5 central composite rotatable designs were adopted for the essential oil and pectin extractions, respectively. Extraction temperatures (80–100 °C) and extraction times (120–240 min) were chosen for essential oil extraction, while
[PDF] Optimization of oil extraction from coconut using
The parameters measured were oil yield, free fatty acid , olour, refractive index, specific gravity and pH . Statistical analysis with response surface regressi on showed that the oil yield, free fatty acid, colo ur, refractive index, specific gravity and pH of coconu t oil were significantly (p<0.05) affected with roa sting temperature and time.
Box-Behnken design based multi-response analysis
An optimization study using Derringer’s desired function methodology was performed and the optimal conditions based on both individual and combinations of all independent variables (extraction pressure of 188 bar, temperature of 50 °C and co-solvent flow rate of 2.94 g/min) were determined with maximum total phenolic content of 131.24 mg GAE
Utilization of Response Surface Methodology in Optimization
Optimization of Extraction of Plant Materials Olive oil Conventional extraction 162 Statistical Approaches With Emphasis on Design of Experiments Applied to
Analysis of Chitin, Chitosan, and Optimization
from shrimp. Furthermore, optimization for carotenoid extraction using rice bran oil was also investigated. The optimized condition for carotenoids yield from dried fairy shrimp was sample to oil level ratio at 0.08g/ml, at 56.5 °C for 41.25 min. All result showed the new chitin and chitosan source that could be used in food and drug applications.
Optimization of a supercritical fluid extraction/reaction
Optimization of a supercritical fluid extraction/reaction methodology for the analysis of castor oil using experimental design. Turner C(1), Whitehand LC, Nguyen T, McKeon T. Author information: (1)Western Regional Research Center, US Department of Agriculture, 800 Buchanan Street, Albany, California 94710, USA.
Utilization of Response Surface Methodology in Optimization
Alev Yüksel Aydar (February 7th 2018). Utilization of Response Surface Methodology in Optimization of Extraction of Plant Materials, Statistical Approaches With Emphasis on Design of Experiments Applied to Chemical Processes, Valter Silva, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.73690. Available from: