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Definition of energy consumption and efficiency of electric ultra filtration concentration and demineralization of commercial solution

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The methods, realized basing on the example of calculation of energy requirements for concentration and demineralization of cheese whey are proposed. To increase the efficiency and demineralization of industrial solutions and patented the construction of electric ultra filtration apparatus of flat-chamber type for concentration and demineralization of under cheese whey with impulse current lead was developed. This apparatus let simultaneously realize three technological operations (concentration, demineralization and process of cooling and heating the whey). This intensifies the process of concentration and decreases prime cost comparing to the analogous flat-chamber apparatus.

Keywords

electric ultra filtration process; concentration; demineralization; industrial solution; technological scheme

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DOI

10.20310/1810-0198-2017-22-1-64-68

UDC

66.08

Pages

64-68

References

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Received

2017-02-07

Section of issue

Physics

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