Ternary diagram of extract proteins / solvent systems: Sesame, soybean and lupine proteins

Authors

  • M. A. Khedr Chem. Eng. & Pilot Plant Dept. National Research Center
  • S. S. Mohamed Fats & Oils Dept. National Research Center

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3989/gya.2004.v55.i3.172

Keywords:

Equilibrium data, Lupine, Protein extraction, Sesame, Soybean

Abstract


Solvent extraction as a method of extracting protein from oilseed meals offers the advantage of higher efficiency. Unfortunately, the published literature points to the gap in the work concerned with the necessary equilibrium diagram to design due process equipment for such extracts. Initiated by this lack of basic knowledge, the present study has been undertaken to provide the equilibrium data for three different ternary systems, namely: sesame protein / sodium hydroxide solution system, soybean protein / sodium hydroxide solution system and lupine protein / sodium hydroxide solution system. These oilseed meals were selected because of their high protein content (53.4 %, 46.2 % and 42.3 % protein, respectively). The study also concentrated on the evaluation of the major parameters affecting the extraction process, i.e. the normality of the sodium hydroxide solution used as extracting solvent and the initial oilseed solvent to meal feeding ratio. The results obtained indicate that the best normality of sodium hydroxide solution used for extracting soybean and lupine protein is 0.02N, while 0.04N solution is required for extracting sesame protein. Also, operating at a liquid to solid feed ratio of 30:1 and 50:1 for soybean, sesame and lupine, respectively, is enough to reach a high protein extract. Correlations were presented for each locus of under flow compositions, graphically acquired, and the data are compared with those calculated by analytical solutions.

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Published

2004-09-30

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Khedr MA, Mohamed SS. Ternary diagram of extract proteins / solvent systems: Sesame, soybean and lupine proteins. grasasaceites [Internet]. 2004Sep.30 [cited 2021Oct.28];55(3):242-50. Available from: https://grasasyaceites.revistas.csic.es/index.php/grasasyaceites/article/view/172

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