Characterization of a vacuum evaporator pilot plant in relation to mass and energy balance

Abstract : Evaporation is a process which consists of concentrating a solution various non-volatile compounds by boiling the volatile solvent. Evaporation may also represent an intermediate step before certain operations such as crystallization, precipitation, coagulation or drying. The concentrated product at the output of the operation remains in its liquid phase, which differentiates it from dried products. The aim of this study was to characterize a single stage pilot vacuum evaporator (maximum evaporation capacity of approximately 30 kg of wate
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Acp. Silveira, S. Janin, G. Tanguy-Sai, A.F. Carvalho, P. Schuck, et al.. Characterization of a vacuum evaporator pilot plant in relation to mass and energy balance. 5. International Symposium on Spray Dried Dairy Products, Jun 2012, Saint Malo (FR), France. ⟨hal-00924779⟩

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