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Document type:
Zeitschriftenaufsatz 
Author(s):
Schiffer, Simon; Kulozik, Ulrich 
Title:
Effect of Temperature-Dependent Bacterial Growth during Milk Protein Fractionation by Means of 0.1 µM Microfiltration on the Length of Possible Production Cycle Times 
Abstract:
This study determined the maximum possible filtration time per filtration cycle and the cumulated number of operational hours per year as a function of the processing temperature during milk protein fractionation by 0.1 m microfiltration (MF) of pasteurized skim milk. The main stopping criteria were the microbial count (max. 105 cfu/mL) and the slope of the pH change as a function of filtration time. A membrane system in a feed and bleed configuration with partial recirculation of the retentate...    »
 
Keywords:
microfiltration; production time; skim milk; Temperature 
Journal title:
Membranes 
Year:
2020 
Journal volume:
10 
Journal issue:
11 
Pages contribution:
326 
Print-ISSN:
2077-0375