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Rheology of milk protein concentrate solutions as a function of shear rate and concentration

S. O"Donnell

Rheology of milk protein concentrate solutions as a function of shear rate and concentration

by S. O"Donnell

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Published by University College Dublin in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Milk proteins -- Analysis.,
  • Milk -- Analysis.,
  • Dairy products -- Rheology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSean O"Donnell.
    ContributionsUniversity College Dublin. Department of Agricultural and Food Engineering.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 113p. :
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17942274M

    Purchase Milk Proteins - 3rd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,   Cow’s milk processing. Cow’s milk processing is an important factor determining the composition, concentration and physiological effects of whey protein or casein [32,33].Milk is commonly separated into different protein fractions for different food applications [].Milk protein concentrate (MPC), produced by ultrafiltration of skimmed milk, contains both casein and whey proteins .

      Table 2 summarizes the ζ –potential of the emulsion droplets as a function of concentration of the encapsulating agent (WPC). Whey proteins concentrate being negatively charged at neutral pH, showed negative ζ-potential on emulsion droplets, and ranged from − to . Milk Protein Concentrate (MPC) is labeled to reflectthe protein content of the finishedproduct. Product labeled as Milk Protein Isolate (MPI) must contain a minimum of % protein. Microfiltered Milk Protein (MMP) and Micellar Casein (MC) are labeled to reflect their protein content. Product Applications and Functionality.

    Our MPC solutions provide access to the benefits of affordable milk protein nutrition. SureProtein™ Fast SureProtein™ An innovative texture-building milk protein concentrate that delivers excellent flavour and texture stability in bars, and has good cold solubility for use in beverages. The term, Milk Protein Concentrate, was modeled after the already existing name for protein that had been concentrated from cheese whey by ultrafiltration, Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC). In spite of the fact that MPC is significantly different from WPC, many people today continue to confuse the two. As per the FDA opinion, a Milk Protein Read more».


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Rheology of milk protein concentrate solutions as a function of shear rate and concentration by S. O"Donnell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rheological properties of whey protein concentrate (WPG) solutions were studied in steady shear, using a Bohlin VOR Rheometer, as a function of concentration, temperature, shear rate, shearing time, pH, salt type, salt concentration and solution by: Rheological properties of concentrated skim milk, with total solids content of 45% but different mineral content, were studied as a function of shear rate and storage time at 50 degrees C.

Rheological properties of concentrated skim milk, with total solids content of 45% but different mineral content, were studied as a function of shear rate and storage time at 50°C.

These milks are proposed as a model to study the effects of minerals on rheology and age gellation of condensed milk prior to by: S. O'Donnell and F. Butler, Viscosity of Reconstituted Milk Protein Concentrate Solutions as a Function of Shear, Temperature and Concentration, Developments in Chemical Engineering and Mineral Processing, 7, 1‐2, (), ().Cited by:   Rheological properties of whey protein concentrate (WPG) solutions were studied in steady shear, using a Bohlin VOR Rheometer, as a function of concentration, temperature, shear rate.

This work investigated the impact of lactose crystallization in milk protein concentrate and its effects on rheology. Crystallization was conducted with varying levels of total solids (44, 46, and 48%), temperature (15, 20, and 25 °C), and α-lactose monohydrate powder size (40 and mesh) as.

Typical results of the viscosity determination with the Paar Physica rheometer for aqueous solutions of the WPI are shown in Fig. 1, showing the viscosity of WPI solutions as a function of shear rate.

As the whey protein level increased beyond ∼30% TS, a marked increase in apparent viscosity was observed at all shear rates. Steady shear rheological properties of micellar casein concentrates obtained by membrane filtration as a function of shear rate, concentration, and temperature milk protein concentrate (MPC.

The viscosity of reconstituted milk protein concentrate solutions was determined at various shear rates, ( s−1), temperatures, (°C) and concentrations, ( g/kg).

Shear Rate Skim Milk Whey Protein Rheology of Whey Protein Solutions and Gels, PhD Thesis, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand. Google Scholar. Tang, Q., Munro, P.A. and McCarthy, O.J. () Rheology of whey protein concentrate solutions as a function of concentration, temperature, pH and salt concentration.

Fig. 1 shows the viscosity as a function of shear rate for milk protein/κ-carrageenan mixtures at κ-carrageenan concentration of wt %.At this low κ-carrageenan concentrations, the viscosity of the κ-carrageenan solution alone was very low ( Pa s at s −1), and largely shear rate SMP and MPC were added, the behaviour changed dramatically.

difference as function of shear rate at various concentrations of milk protein (ϑ = 10 ˚C) At low shear rates a zero shear viscosity can be observed as shown by the slope of 1 in the shear stress curves. At higher shear rates the milk protein dispersions exhibit shear thinning behaviour. With decreasing concentration and increasing temperature.

Bimodal distributions of particle size have been reported in rehydrated milk protein concentrate powders (% dry matter) after 90 min and 24 h rehydration, where mode 1 was attributed to casein micelles (proteins (between ∼60 and μm. The effects of concentration, concentrate preheating and concentrate holding on the rheology of milk protein concentrates 12 Spray drying 16 Homogenisation 17 Summary of processing operations involved m powdered milk protein products 20 Milk protein concentrate 20 MPC manufacturing process The side chains of some amino acids in milk proteins are charged, which is determined by the pH of the milk.

When the pH of milk is changed by addition of an acid or a base, the charge distribution of the proteins is also changed. The electrical status of the milk proteins and the resulting properties are illustrated in Figures to   The PMF from the skim milk was concentrated in a UF system to yield an SP concentrate with protein content similar to a whey protein concentrate, but without residuals from cheese making (i.e.

Beverages that contain protein and polysaccharides typically exhibit non‐Newtonian flow; therefore, viscosity depends on the shear rate. A shear rate of 50 s −1 is often use to represent the shear rate in the mouth, based on correlations between viscosity and sensory thickness, but oral cavity biophysics suggest that fluids experience a.

Solutions of Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) behaved as Newtonian fluids at concentration less than 10% WPI, while higher concentrations demonstrated a non-Newtonian behaviour (Patocka et al., ). One of the proposals to solve this problem is to fractionate WPC into its component proteins or at least into more simple mixtures of whey proteins.

Milk Protein Concentrate (MPC) is any type of concentrated milk product that contains 40–90% milk protein. MPC contains micellar casein, whey proteins, and bioactive proteins in the same ratio found in milk. As the protein content of MPC increases, the lactose levels decrease.

This is the first study to directly compare the effect of total milk protein concentrate and the more well described whey protein on human skeletal muscle FSR.

The primary novel finding from this study is that 20 g of protein from MPC was equally as effective as 20 g of protein from WPC at increasing MPS in healthy middle aged men. Milk protein concentrate (MPC) is any type of concentrated milk product that contains 40–90% milk United States officially defines MPC as "any complete milk protein (casein plus lactalbumin) concentrate that is 40 percent or more protein by weight."[citation needed] In addition to ultrafiltered milk products, the MPC classification includes concentrates made through other.

Bárbara E Meza, Daniel A De Piante Vicín, Fernanda Marino, Guillermo A Sihufe, Juan Manuel Peralta, Susana E Zorrilla, Characterisation of soluble aggregates from commercial whey protein concentrate suspensions: Effect of protein concentration, pH, and heat treatment conditions, International Journal of Dairy Technology, /Table 3Grams of moisture per g sample in extruded nonfat dry milk (NDM), whey protein concentrate (WPC), and whey protein isolate (WPI) samples, with pooled standard deviations (PSD).

Pump setting NDM WPC WPI NDM WPC WPI NDM WPC WPI Extruded at 50°C Extruded at 75°C Extruded at °C 20