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Membrane technology : a practical guide to membrane technology and applications in food and bioprocessing

Author: Z F Cui; H S Muralidhara
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Butterworth-Heinemann, 2010.
Series: Butterworth-Heinemann/IChemE series.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Z F Cui; H S Muralidhara
ISBN: 9781856176323 1856176320
OCLC Number: 428030378
Description: xvi, 289 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Fundamentals of Pressure-Driven Membrane Separation Processes / R.W. Field --
1.1. Introduction --
1.2. Processes --
1.2.1. Process Classification --
1.2.2. Definitions --
1.3. Membranes --
1.3.1. Membrane Structures --
1.3.2. Membrane Materials --
1.3.3. Membrane Modules --
1.4. Operation --
1.4.1. Concentration Polarization --
1.4.2. Membrane Fouling --
1.5. Prediction and Enhancement of Permeate Flux --
1.5.1. Flux Prediction Models --
1.5.2. Flux Enhancement and Fouling Control --
1.6. Summary --
Further Readings --
2. Challenges of Membrane Technology in the XXI Century / H.S. Muralidhara --
2.1. History Overview --
2.2. Membrane Industry --
2.3. Current Challenges of Membrane Technology --
2.4. Emerging Applications and Hybrid Processes --
2.5. Summary --
References --
3. Membrane Processes in Fruit Juice Processing / Allen Merry --
3.1. Introduction --
3.2. Clarification --
3.2.1. Apple --
3.2.2. Other Juices --
3.2.3. Concentration --
3.2.4. Special Applications --
References --
4. Membrane Application in Soy Sauce Processing / Zhanfeng Cui --
4.1. Introduction --
4.2. Microfiltration and Ultrafiltration for Sterilization and Clarification of Soy Sauce --
4.2.1. Membrane Selection --
4.2.2. Optimization of Process Parameters --
4.2.3. Industrial Application of Soy Sauce Ultrafiltration --
4.3. Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration for Desalination and Decoloration of Soy Sauce --
4.3.1. Performance of Different Membranes --
4.3.2. Effect of Operating Conditions --
4.3.3. A Pilot-Plant Test --
4.4. Membrane Fouling and Regeneration --
4.5. Summary --
Acknowledgments --
References --
5. Application of Membrane Technology in Vegetable Oil Processing / N.S. Krishna Kumar --
5.1. Introduction --
5.2. Membrane-Based Applications in Vegetable Oil Processing --
5.2.1. Degumming --
5.2.2. Deacidification --
5.2.3. Bleaching --
5.2.4. Dewaxing --
5.2.5. Vegetable Oil Hydrogenation Catalyst Recovery and Reuse --
5.2.6. Other General Applications in Oilseed Processing --
5.3. Conclusion --
Abbreviations --
References --
6. Membrane Applications in Monoclonal Antibody Production / Martin P. Smith --
6.1. Introduction --
6.1.1. Monoclonal Antibody Purification Overview --
6.1.2. Membrane Operations in Monoclonal Antibody Production --
6.1.3. The Future of Use of Membranes --
6.2. Direct Filtration for Particle Reduction --
6.2.1. Modeling of Pore Blockage --
6.2.2. Membrane Filtration of Process Buffers --
6.2.3. Using Membranes as Column Guard Filters --
6.2.4. Intermediate Product Filtration --
6.3. Tangential Flow Filtration --
6.3.1. Primary Separation by Microfiltration --
6.3.2. Ultrafiltration --
6.3.3. Scale-Up and Membrane Reuse --
6.3.4. Tangential Flow Filtration in Summary --
6.4. Virus Reduction Filtration --
6.4.1. Introduction --
6.4.2. Filter Sizing --
6.4.3. Virus Clearance Studies --
6.4.4. Flux-Decay Profiles --
6.4.5. Location of Virus Filter Within a Purification Process --
6.4.6. Modeling Filtration Throughput --
6.4.7. Assessing Virus Clearance --
6.4.8. Balancing Practical Filtration Area, Process Economics and LRV --
6.4.9. Conclusions --
6.5. New Techniques for Membranes in Antibody Manufacture --
6.5.1. Tangential Flow Filtration --
6.5.2. Membrane Adsorbers --
6.5.3. Conclusions --
6.6. Summary --
References --
7. Membrane Processes for the Production of Bulk Fermentation Products / Frank Lipnizki --
7.1. Introduction --
7.2. Antibiotics --
7.2.1. Special Section: Diafiltration --
7.3. Enzymes --
7.4. Organic Acids --
7.4.1. Acetic Acid --
7.4.2. Citric Acid --
7.4.3. Lactic Acid --
7.5. Amino Acids --
7.5.1. Clutamic Acid --
7.5.2. Lysine --
7.6. Vitamins --
7.6.1. Vitamin C --
7.7. Biopolymers --
7.7.1. Xanthan Gum --
7.8. Yeast --
7.8.1. Baker's Yeast --
7.8.2. Yeast Extract --
7.9. Water and Wastewater in the Bulk Biotech Industry --
7.10. Outlook --
References --
8. Membrane Technologies for Food Processing Waste Treatment / Val S. Frenkel --
8.1. Introduction --
8.2. Overview of Membrane Technology --
8.3. Application of Membrane Technology in Food Processing Waste Treatment --
8.3.1. Membrane Bioreactors for Food Processing Waste Treatment --
8.4. Membranes for Food Processing Wastewater Reuse --
8.4.1. Membrane Versus Conventional Wastewater Treatment for Food Processing Waste Treatment and Wastewater Reuse --
8.4.2. Methodology for Treating Food Processing Wastes --
8.4.3. Regulatory Aspects of Food Processing Effluent Treatment --
8.5. Case Examples --
8.6. Food Processor --
8.6.1. Restaurant --
8.6.2. Olive Processing Facility --
8.6.3. Squid Processing Plant --
8.7. Summary --
References --
9. Practical Aspects of Membrane System Design in Food and Bioprocessing Applications / Susana Luque --
9.1. Introduction --
9.2. Membrane Performance Characterization --
9.3. Selection of the Membrane Process and Membrane Type --
9.3.1. Membrane Screening --
9.3.2. Bench-Scale Testing --
9.3.3. Pilot Testing --
9.4. Feed Pretreatment --
9.5. Designing a Full-Scale Membrane System --
9.5.1. Batch versus Continuous Operation --
9.5.2. Modes of Operation --
9.5.3. System Operation Control --
9.6. Calculating Membrane Surface Area --
9.6.1. Feed Spacer Design --
9.7. Estimating the Cost of a Membrane System --
9.7.1. Membrane Elements --
9.7.2. Membrane Performance Changes, Cleaning, and Membrane Lifetime --
9.7.3. Number of Elements in Housing --
9.7.4. Membrane Housings and Skids --
9.7.5. Storage Tanks and Transfer Tanks --
9.7.6. Pumps for the Membrane Skids --
9.8. Economic Evaluation --
9.9. Summary: Step by Step Recommendation for Membrane System Design --
References --
10. Membrane Fouling and Cleaning in Food and Bioprocessing / Vicki Chen --
10.1. Introduction --
10.2. Membrane Fouling in Food and Bioprocessing --
10.2.1. Factors Affecting Membrane Fouling --
10.3. Membrane Cleaning --
10.3.1. Physical Cleaning --
10.3.2. Chemical Cleaning --
10.3.3. Cleaning Mechanisms of Common Chemicals --
10.3.4. Design of Cleaning Protocols --
10.3.5. Evaluation of Cleaning Efficiency --
10.3.6. Examples of Cleaning Agents for Specific Applications --
10.3.7. Factors Influencing Membrane Cleaning Efficiency --
10.4. Modeling of Cleaning Mechanisms --
10.5. Current Trends and Challenges --
Acknowledgment --
References --
11. US Regulatory Approval of Membrane Technology / Joseph Scimeca --
11.1. Introduction --
11.2. US Regulatory Approval --
11.2.1. Regulatory Framework: General --
11.2.2. Food Contact Regulation --
11.2.3. Feed Additive Regulation --
11.3. Achieving US Legal/Regulatory Compliance --
11.3.1. Approval Under an Existing Regulation --
11.3.2. Prior to Choosing the Regulatory Pathway --
11.3.3. Choosing the Regulatory Pathway --
11.3.4. GMP and Regulatory Compliance --
11.4. Concluding Remarks --
References.
Series Title: Butterworth-Heinemann/IChemE series.
Responsibility: edited by Z.F. Cui and H.S. Muralidhara.

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