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Title of article LACTOSE CRYSTALLIZATION: CURRENT ISSUES AND PROMISING ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS
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Rjabova A. , All-Russia Dairy Research Institute , Lusinovskaya ul. 35, Moscow, 115093 Russia , conservlab@mail.ru

Kirsanov V. , All-Russia Dairy Research Institute , Lusinovskaya ul. 35, Moscow, 115093 Russia , conservlab@mail.ru

Strizhko M. , All-Russia Dairy Research Institute , Lusinovskaya ul. 35, Moscow, 115093 Russia , conservlab@mail.ru

Bredikhin A. , All-Russia Dairy Research Institute , Lusinovskaya ul. 35, Moscow, 115093 Russia , conservlab@mail.ru

Semipyatnyi V. , All-Russia Dairy Research Institute , Lusinovskaya ul. 35, Moscow, 115093 Russia , conservlab@mail.ru

Chervetsov V. , All-Russia Dairy Research Institute , Lusinovskaya ul. 35, Moscow, 115093 Russia , conservlab@mail.ru

Galstyan A. , All-Russia Dairy Research Institute , Lusinovskaya ul. 35, Moscow, 115093 Russia , conservlab@mail.ru

Section: PROCESSES, EQUIPMENT AND APPARATUS FOR THE FOOD INDUSTRY
Year 2013 Issue 1 DOI 637.024, 548.5, 532.5.
Annotation Current technological aspects of lactose crystallization are considered. A promising lactose crystallization method involving simulation seed crystals is reported. Advanced engineering solutions for continuous crystallization using spraying in vacuo and scraped-surface heat exchangers are presented.
Keywords lactose, heterogeneous and homogeneous crystallization, simulation seed crystals, continuous crystallization of lactose, scraped-surface plate-type cooling crystallizer, vacuum spray crystallizer
Artice information Received November 30, -0001
Accepted November 30, -0001
Available online November 30, -0001
Imprint article Rjabova A. LACTOSE CRYSTALLIZATION: CURRENT ISSUES AND PROMISING ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS / Rjabova A., Kirsanov V., Strizhko M., Bredikhin A., Semipyatnyi V., Chervetsov V., Galstyan A. // Food and Raw Materials. - 2013. - №1. - С. 66-73
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