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Better damage of chicory tissue by combined electroporation and ohmic heating for solute extraction

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18915 43037 2015 7 PDF Available
Title
Better damage of chicory tissue by combined electroporation and ohmic heating for solute extraction
Abstract

•Combined electroporation/ohmic heating was applied for damage of chicory tissues.•600–800 V/cm PEF/ohmic heating enhance noticeably chicory solute extraction.•Chicory tissue treated to the same damage degree has nearly the same diffusivity.

Damage of chicory tissue by combined electroporation and ohmic heating is studied for better solute extraction. Moderate (400–1000 V/cm) and high (10,000 V/cm) PEF treatments were applied varying pause duration between the trains of individual pulses. Ohmic heating was induced with increase of the number of trains N. Temperature dependence of tissue damage degree Z is evaluated for the different PEF intensities. With higher ohmic heating, chicory tissue is faster and better damaged. Electric field strengths of 600–800 V/cm combined with ohmic heating permit to enhance noticeably the solute extraction from chicory tissue. The solute diffusivity D for the different PEF treatments, is nearly the same for same values of Z. Chicory tissue treated to the same damage degree (Z = 0.8–1.0) using different PEF conditions (800, 1000 and 10,000 V/cm) has nearly the same diffusivity.Combined electroporation/ohmic heating pretreatment by moderate PEF (400–1000 V/cm) presents an interesting alterative for the treatment of high product throughputs (e.g. in the case of inulin production from chicory).

Keywords
Chicory; Inulin; Pulsed electric fields; Electroporation; Ohmic heating; Extraction
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Better damage of chicory tissue by combined electroporation and ohmic heating for solute extraction
Publisher
Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Food and Bioproducts Processing - Volume 94, April 2015, Pages 248–254
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Subjects
Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering