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Vegetable Raw Materials Extraction Apparatus for Processing Periodic Actions

By Bantsadze, Archil

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Title: Vegetable Raw Materials Extraction Apparatus for Processing Periodic Actions  
Author: Bantsadze, Archil
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Language: Georgian
Subject: Georgian, Vegetable Raw Materials Extraction, Chemical Engineering
Collections: National Library of Georgia
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Publication Date:
2013
Publisher: Library of Georgia

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TOC: Introduction; Chapter 1. Review of the Literature; 1.1. Vegetable Raw Materials Extraction of Basic Regularities; 1.1.1. the Essence of the Extraction Process; 1.1.2. the Main Stages of the Extraction Process; 1.1.3. Masatatsvla As Diffusion Process; 1.1.4. internal Molecular Diffusion; 1.1.5. Convective Diffusion; 1.1.6. Masatatsvlis Other Key Factors Affecting the Process; 1.2. Herbal Extraction Methods; 1.2.1. Features of the Classification and Extraction Methods; 1.2.2. Centrifugal Extraction; 1.2.3. Rematseratsia Or Fractional Maceration; 1.2.4. Perkolatsia; 1.2.5. By Bosinis Reperkolatsia; 1.2.6. Reperkolatsia Chulkov Method; 1.2.7. Circulatory Extraction; 1.2.8. Vegetable Raw Materials Extraction and Extraction Techniques General Overview; Chapter 2. Vegetable Raw Materials Extraction Process theoretical Terms; 2.1. Convective Diffusion-Porous Particles To the Extraction Mode Models; 2.2. A Mathematical Model of Diffusion Stage; 2.3. Extractor Periodic Actions and Ways To Enhance the Extraction Process; 2.3.1.Dipuzorebi; 2.3.2. Extractor Pulsation; 2.4. Periodic Action Extractor innovative Design; 2.4.1. Question; 2.4.2. Set An Example of Practical Use of the Method of Extraction Pulsation; 2.5. Extraction Equipment Maintenance and Laboratory Studies; 2.5.1. Extraction Duration on the Yield of Biologically Active Substances; 2.5.2. Shrotisa Tea and Water in the Ratio of the Impact on the Yield of Biologically Active Substances; 2.5.3. Pulsatile Mass Effect From Tea Seed Meal Extraction Yield of Biologically Active Substances; Conclusions; References.

 

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