Olive Milk Case Study

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4.5) MONITORING OF GOATS' HEALTH STATUS BY ON-LINE ANALYSIS OF MILK ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY [24] Infections of mammary gland are the major cause of mastitis that can affect the quantity and quality of milk. The aim of this study was to evaluate the detection characteristics of milk EC.. A "moving average model" was used to predict EC values, starting from the ten previous milkings. These results were better than those reported in literature about univariate methods, confirming that the use of on-line daily measurements, and EC differences between predicted and observed values, can lead to more accurate on-line healthy detection systems. 5) ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF MISCELLANEOUS FOODS 5.1) MOLECULAR WEIGHT EFFECTS ON ENTHALPY RELAXATION…show more content…
The olive oil extraction industry represents a substantial share of the economies of Mediterranean countries but leads to serious environmental problems by producing huge amounts of wastes (by-products) within a short production period. To examine olive mill solid waste composting, four pilot-scale experiments were carried out to produce good quality compost using three phase olive mill solid waste. Composting duration and bulking agents and their ratios are crucial factors that determine the quality of the final product. 6.3) AN OVERVIEW OF MICROWAVE PROCESSING AND DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF AGRI-FOOD MATERIALS [30] Microwave measurements and the dielectric properties of materials are finding increasing application, as new electro-technology is adapted for use in agriculture and food processing industries. This paper is the outcome of an extensive and comprehensive literature review in the area and mainly summarises several microwave processing aspects and its usefulness in understanding the microwave–material interaction and the role of dielectric properties. 7) ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF PLANTS/
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