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Economic-Engineering Assessment Of Sequential Extraction Processing Of Corn, Dongil Chang, Mila P. Hojilla-Evangelista, Lawrence A. Johnson, Deland J. Myers Jan 1995

Economic-Engineering Assessment Of Sequential Extraction Processing Of Corn, Dongil Chang, Mila P. Hojilla-Evangelista, Lawrence A. Johnson, Deland J. Myers

Center for Crops Utilization Research Publications

A simulation model, termed SIMSEP for simulating the Sequential Extraction Process (SEP), was developed to assess the economic and engineering feasibilities of SEP, an innovative approach to processing corn into ethanol, edible oil, industrial and edible proteins, andfeed ingredients. SEP is designed to produce a new mix of value-added coproducts that could improve the profitability of processing corn and corn-derived ethanol. Simulations were carried out for various system variables to examine their effects on profitability. Results showed that SEP is economically and technically feasible. Estimates for return on investment for a proposed plant are attractive under many likely market situations ...


Guide 6, Preparing And Canning Fermented Foods And Pickled Vegetables, Utah State University Extension Jan 1995

Guide 6, Preparing And Canning Fermented Foods And Pickled Vegetables, Utah State University Extension

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No abstract provided.


A Management Plan For Home Food Storage, Rebecca Low, Georgia C. Lauritzen Jan 1995

A Management Plan For Home Food Storage, Rebecca Low, Georgia C. Lauritzen

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No abstract provided.


Sodium, Georgia C. Lauritzen, Kris Saunders Jan 1995

Sodium, Georgia C. Lauritzen, Kris Saunders

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No abstract provided.


Guide 3, Selecting, Preparing, And Canning Tomatoes And Tomato Products, Utah State University Extension Jan 1995

Guide 3, Selecting, Preparing, And Canning Tomatoes And Tomato Products, Utah State University Extension

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No abstract provided.


Apples, Georgia C. Lauritzen Jan 1995

Apples, Georgia C. Lauritzen

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No abstract provided.


Sugar, Georgia C. Lauritzen, Kris Saunders Jan 1995

Sugar, Georgia C. Lauritzen, Kris Saunders

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No abstract provided.


Utah Tart Cherries, Georgia C. Lauritzen Jan 1995

Utah Tart Cherries, Georgia C. Lauritzen

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No abstract provided.


Home Storage Of Wheat, Ralph E. Whitesides Jan 1995

Home Storage Of Wheat, Ralph E. Whitesides

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No abstract provided.


The Fibers, Georgia C. Lauritzen Jan 1995

The Fibers, Georgia C. Lauritzen

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No abstract provided.


Guide 2, Selecting, Preparing, And Canning Fruit And Fuit Products, Utah State University Extension Jan 1995

Guide 2, Selecting, Preparing, And Canning Fruit And Fuit Products, Utah State University Extension

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No abstract provided.


Rice, Utah State University Extension Jan 1995

Rice, Utah State University Extension

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Utah Peaches, Georgia C. Lauritzen Jan 1995

Utah Peaches, Georgia C. Lauritzen

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No abstract provided.


Guide 7, Preparing And Canning Jams And Jellies, Utah State University Extension Jan 1995

Guide 7, Preparing And Canning Jams And Jellies, Utah State University Extension

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No abstract provided.


Guide 5, Preparing And Canning Poultry, Red Meats, And Seafoods, Utah State University Extension Jan 1995

Guide 5, Preparing And Canning Poultry, Red Meats, And Seafoods, Utah State University Extension

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No abstract provided.


Another Bite, Utah State University Extension Jan 1995

Another Bite, Utah State University Extension

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12 Steps To Successful Canning, Unknown Unknown Jan 1995

12 Steps To Successful Canning, Unknown Unknown

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This factsheet gives 12 steps to follow in order to can foods successfully.


Fruit Freezing Methods, Georgia C. Lauritzen Jan 1995

Fruit Freezing Methods, Georgia C. Lauritzen

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No abstract provided.


Cutting And Preserving Whole Turkey, Charlotte P. Brennand Jan 1995

Cutting And Preserving Whole Turkey, Charlotte P. Brennand

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No abstract provided.


Guide 1, Principles Of Home Canning, Utah State University Extension Jan 1995

Guide 1, Principles Of Home Canning, Utah State University Extension

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No abstract provided.


Dry Beans And Peas, Georgia C. Lauritzen Jan 1995

Dry Beans And Peas, Georgia C. Lauritzen

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No abstract provided.


Guide 4, Selecting, Preparing, And Canning Vegetables And Vegetable Products, Utah State University Extension Jan 1995

Guide 4, Selecting, Preparing, And Canning Vegetables And Vegetable Products, Utah State University Extension

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No abstract provided.


Vitamins And Your Good Health, Georgia C. Lauritzen Jan 1995

Vitamins And Your Good Health, Georgia C. Lauritzen

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No abstract provided.


Complete Guide To Home Canning, Utah State University Extension Jan 1995

Complete Guide To Home Canning, Utah State University Extension

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No abstract provided.


Fat And Cholesterol, Georgia C. Lauritzen, Kris Saunders Jan 1995

Fat And Cholesterol, Georgia C. Lauritzen, Kris Saunders

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No abstract provided.


Food Storage In The Home, Charlotte P. Brennand, Deloy G. Hendricks Jan 1995

Food Storage In The Home, Charlotte P. Brennand, Deloy G. Hendricks

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No abstract provided.


Forms Of Cadmium In Sandy Soils After Amendment With Soils Of Higher Fixing Capacity, S. S. Mann, G. S. P. Ritchie Jan 1995

Forms Of Cadmium In Sandy Soils After Amendment With Soils Of Higher Fixing Capacity, S. S. Mann, G. S. P. Ritchie

Food Science and Nutrition

Most of the Cd applied through phosphatic fertilizers in sandy soils tends to stay in mobile forms (soluble or exchangeable) and hence the risk of it leaching to underground water or its uptake by plants is higher. A sequential extraction procedure was used to assess the efficacy of amending materials (soils containing inorganic or organic adsorption components) on the re-distribution of forms of Cd in a sandy soil. Amendment of the sandy soil with each of the three soils (yellow earth, lateritic podzolic and peaty sand) was generally effective in altering the more mobile or available forms of Cd to ...


Effect Of Gypsum Application Rate And Leaching Regime On Wheat Growth In A Highly Acidic Subsoil, C. D.A. Mclay, G. S. P. Ritchie Jan 1995

Effect Of Gypsum Application Rate And Leaching Regime On Wheat Growth In A Highly Acidic Subsoil, C. D.A. Mclay, G. S. P. Ritchie

Food Science and Nutrition

A glasshouse experiment "was conducted to investigate gypsum application and leaching on the amelioration of" an aluminium (Al) toxic subsoil for wheat growth. Treatments included different rates of gypsum application and amount of leaching prior to wheat being grown. Wheat shoot growth increased when gypsum was applied in both the presence and absence of leaching, but growth was higher with leaching. Gypsum application led to a decrease in toxic Al as a result of a higher ionic strength and activity of AlSO4+ion pairs in the soil solution, and increased Al leached from the soil. Root growth may not ...


Soluble Aluminium In Acidic Soils: Principles And Practicalities, G. S.P. Ritchie Jan 1995

Soluble Aluminium In Acidic Soils: Principles And Practicalities, G. S.P. Ritchie

Food Science and Nutrition

Our ability to predict toxic quantities of aluminium (Al) in acidic soils is limited by our understanding of the interactions between different solid forms of Al in solution and our lack of knowledge of which form control soluble Al. This review briefly considers each type of solid form of Al, particularly from a kinetic point of view and discusses models that have been developed to predict release of Al from individual forms. More comprehensive models (i.e. more than one source or sink of Al) are then discussed as well as the interactions between different solid sources of Al.


Menu Engineering: A Model Including Labor, Stephen M. Lebruto, William J. Quain, Robert A. Ashley Jan 1995

Menu Engineering: A Model Including Labor, Stephen M. Lebruto, William J. Quain, Robert A. Ashley

Hospitality Review

Menu engineering is a methodology to classify menu items by their contribution margin and popularity. The process discounts the importance of food cost percentage, recognizing that operators deposit cash, not percentages. The authors raise the issue that strict application of the principles of menu engineering may result in an erroneous evaluation of a menu item, and also may be of little use without considering the variable portion of labor. They describe an enhancement to the process by considering labor.