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Behaviour of biopolymer mixtures in structuring food products - FT0113

Description
The project is to research, design and prove, real time on line scheduling techniques for batch processing in the food industry.
Objective
To develop predictive understanding of 1) Phase separation of food biopolymers in mixed systems 2) The composition ultrastructure thermodynamics and theology of co-existing biopolymer networks. 3) The changes in rates of conformational ordering and structure formation resulting from the interactions in relation to kinetics of phase separation and residence times in typical processing configurations. 5) Totest the consequences of phase separation on food texture using representaitive processing conditions at pilot plant scale.
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 1993

To: 1996

Cost: £759,893
Contractor / Funded Organisations
University - York
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Fields of Study
Resource Efficient and Resilient Food Chain