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  • [PDF] The Composition of Crude Corn Oil Recovered after

    A study was conducted to examine the chemical composition of corn oil obtained after fermentation of corn to make fuel ethanol via centrifugation and compare its composition to that of corn germ oil (commercial corn oil) and experimental corn oils. The levels of free fatty acids in the post fermentation corn oil were high (11–16%), as previously reported.

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  • Project : USDA ARS

    We will investigate the extraction of sorghum oil using ethanol in the same way that we did previously with corn and also investigate the use of a "green" aqueous enzymatic extraction technology such as we have recently developed to extract corn oil from corn germ that is obtained by prefractionation at the front end of a corn dry grind

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  • Publication : USDA ARS

    Technical Abstract: Processes are in pre-commercial stages of development, for separating corn germ prior to fermentation in a dry grind plant. Oil is currently removed from dry mill germ or wet mill germ by crushing for $35-45/ton or by hexane extraction for $20-40/ton (1). These costs, as well as the capital to build an oil recovery facility

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  • Comparison of Modified Dry‐Grind Corn Processes

    ABSTRACT Three different modified dry‐grind corn processes, quick germ (QG), quick germ and quick fiber (QGQF), and enzymatic milling (E‐Mill) were compared with the conventional dry‐grind corn pro...

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  • Aqueous Extraction of Corn Oil After Fermentation in the

    A study was conducted to examine the chemical composition of corn oil obtained after fermentation of corn to make fuel ethanol via centrifugation and compare its composition to that of corn germ

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  • Reinvestigation of the Effect of Heat Pretreatment of Corn

    Effect of Moisture and Heat Treatment of Corn Germ on Oil Quality. Aqueous Extraction of Corn Oil After Fermentation in the Dry Grind Ethanol Process. 2014,,, 53-72. The Composition of Crude Corn Oil Recovered after Fermentation via Centrifugation from a Commercial Dry Grind Ethanol Process.

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  • Quality of corn germ oil obtained by aqueous enzymatic

    Abstract Aqueous enzymatic extraction of corn germ oil was investigated. By applying hydrothermal pretreatment of corn germ, it was possible to inactivate native enzymes present in the germ and to

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  • Publication : USDA ARS

    Technical Abstract: Processes are in pre-commercial stages of development, for separating corn germ prior to fermentation in a dry grind plant. Oil is currently removed from dry mill germ or wet mill germ by crushing for $35-45/ton or by hexane extraction for $20-40/ton (1). These costs, as well as the capital to build an oil recovery facility

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  • (PDF) Foam Separation of Oil from Enzymatically Treated

    An estimate of aqueous enzymatic extraction plant costs to extract 24 million kg of dry-fractionated germ per year [40 million gal/year ethanol], showed that income from the unrefined oil streams

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  • Optimization of the Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction

    An aqueous enzymatic extraction method was developed to obtain free oil and protein hydrolysates from dehulled rapeseeds. The rapeseed slurry was treated by the chosen combination of pectinase, cellulase, and β‐glucanase (4:1:1, v/v/v) at concentration of 2.5% (v/w) for 4 h.

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  • Development of a "Green" Aqueous Enzymatic Process to

    aqueous enzymatic extraction of corn oil from dry –milled corn germ and enzymatic wet milled corn germ (E-germ), J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 86: 469-474, 2009. Effect of Cooking on Corn Germ Ultrastructure . fermentation corn oil than in corn germ oil . Post Fermentation Corn Oil .

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  • Green Vegetable Oil Processing 1st Edition

    Chapter 3: Aqueous Extraction of Corn Oil After Fermentation in the Dry Grind Ethanol Process Introduction—A Comparison of Various Processes to Produce Corn Oil The Processes for Obtaining Corn Oil After Fermentation in a Dry Grind Ethanol Plant

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  • [PDF] The Composition of Crude Corn Oil Recovered after

    A study was conducted to examine the chemical composition of corn oil obtained after fermentation of corn to make fuel ethanol via centrifugation and compare its composition to that of corn germ oil (commercial corn oil) and experimental corn oils. The levels of free fatty acids in the post fermentation corn oil were high (11–16%), as previously reported.

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  • Extraction and Quantitative Analysis of Oil from

    Extraction of commercial corn fiber with hexane or supercritical CO2 yielded an oil that comprised from 0.54 to 3.68 wt % of the fiber. An HPLC method with sensitive evaporative light-scattering detection (ELSD) was developed to analyze the lipid classes in corn fiber oil. Triacylglycerols were the most abundant lipid class, but the oil also contained sterol esters, free fatty acids

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  • Publication : USDA ARS

    Corn germ price and its impact on dry grind profitability will increase if the cost of separating the oil from the germ can be reduced. Using an aqueous enzymatic method, instead of hexane extraction, is an approach to cheaper oil separation. Aqueous extraction was previously shown to be economically attractive starting with wet-mill germ. This

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  • Aqueous Extraction of Coconut Oil by an Enzyme‐Assisted

    Cuiping Han, Qingguan Liu, Yuequn Jing, Di Wang, Yue Zhao, Han Zhang, Lianzhou Jiang, Ultrasound-assisted Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Corn Germ Oil: Analysis of Quality and Antioxidant Activity, Journal of Oleo Science, 10.5650/jos.ess17241, 67, 6, (745-754), (2018).

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  • US20120141644A1 Germ Oil Extraction With Ethanol

    A corn oil production method is described that produces oil from corn germ. An alcohol solvent is used to extract oil from corn germ. The extraction mixture is separated into the deoiled germ solids and an extract containing the alcohol solvent and oil. The extract is membrane filtered by nanofiltration or reverse osmosis. The oil is retained in the retentate and the alcohol solvent passes

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  • Oil separation from wet-milled corn germ dispersions by

    Corn germ Oil-seed processing Dry-grind modifications Oil seed aging abstract The many recent dry-grind plants that convert corn to ethanol are a potential source of sub-stantial amounts of corn oil, if an economical method of separating it can be developed. Oil separation from corn germ by aqueous extraction (AE) was studied. Batches of 5

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  • Green Vegetable Oil Processing ScienceDirect

    The chemical composition and appearance of the various corn oils can be very different based on the feedstock (corn germ, ground corn, corn fiber, etc.) and extraction process (pressing, hexane extraction, aqueous enzymatic extraction, post-fermentation centrifugation, etc.) used to produce the oil.

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  • US20060029715A1 Corn oil and dextrose extraction

    Method and apparatus for processing corn into one or more corn products including dextrose. In a preferred process, corn is processed and treated with solvent(s) to extract oil. The oil can be subsequently recovered using membrane technology. Zein may also be produced if the solvent is an alcohol. Starch in the deoiled meal is converted to dextrose by liquefaction and saccharification with

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  • Optimization of the Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction

    An aqueous enzymatic extraction method was developed to obtain free oil and protein hydrolysates from dehulled rapeseeds. The rapeseed slurry was treated by the chosen combination of pectinase, cellulase, and β‐glucanase (4:1:1, v/v/v) at concentration of 2.5% (v/w) for 4 h.

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  • Extraction of oil from ground corn using ethanol

    Efficient and eco-friendly extraction of corn germ oil using aqueous ethanol solution assisted by steam explosion The chapter describes the processes for obtaining corn oil after fermentation

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  • Green Vegetable Oil Processing 1st Edition

    Chapter 3: Aqueous Extraction of Corn Oil After Fermentation in the Dry Grind Ethanol Process Introduction—A Comparison of Various Processes to Produce Corn Oil The Processes for Obtaining Corn Oil After Fermentation in a Dry Grind Ethanol Plant

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  • Foam Separation of Oil from Enzymatically Treated Wet

    More than 9 billion gallons of ethanol were produced in 2008, mostly from dry grind corn fermentation plants. These plants are a potential source of substantial amounts of corn oil, if an economical method of separating it can be developed. In this work, oil was separated from corn germ by aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE).

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  • The Composition of Crude Corn Oil Recovered after

    Mar 27, 2010· A study was conducted to examine the chemical composition of corn oil obtained after fermentation of corn to make fuel ethanol via centrifugation and compare its composition to that of corn germ oil (commercial corn oil) and experimental corn oils. The levels of free fatty acids in the post fermentation corn oil were high (11–16%), as previously reported.

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  • A comparison of commercial enzymes for the aqueous

    An aqueous enzymatic method was developed to extract corn oil from corn germ. The basic steps in the method involved "churning" the corn germ with various enzymes and buffer for 4 h at 50°C, and an additional 16 h at 65°C, followed by centrifugation and removal of the oil layer from the surface. No hexane or other organic solvents are used in this process. By using oven-dried corn germ

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  • The Composition of Crude Corn Oil Recovered after

    Mar 27, 2010· A study was conducted to examine the chemical composition of corn oil obtained after fermentation of corn to make fuel ethanol via centrifugation and compare its composition to that of corn germ oil (commercial corn oil) and experimental corn oils. The levels of free fatty acids in the post fermentation corn oil were high (11–16%), as previously reported.

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  • Quality of corn germ oil obtained by aqueous enzymatic

    Abstract Aqueous enzymatic extraction of corn germ oil was investigated. By applying hydrothermal pretreatment of corn germ, it was possible to inactivate native enzymes present in the germ and to

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  • US4310468A Extraction of oil from vegetable materials

    A process is provided for the extraction of oil from undried, finely-divided vegetable material. This process employs total immersion of moist solid in a solvent without production of emulsions or contamination of the miscella with finely-divided solids.

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  • Reinvestigation of the Effect of Heat Pretreatment of Corn

    Effect of Moisture and Heat Treatment of Corn Germ on Oil Quality. Aqueous Extraction of Corn Oil After Fermentation in the Dry Grind Ethanol Process. 2014,,, 53-72. The Composition of Crude Corn Oil Recovered after Fermentation via Centrifugation from a Commercial Dry Grind Ethanol Process.

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  • Separation of buoyant particles from an aqueous dispersion

    Wet-milled corn germ aqueous enzymatic oil extraction (AEOE) was carried out using a bubble column to remove most of the oil, by centrifuging a (foam) fraction of the aqueous dispersion (Dickey et

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  • The Composition of Crude Corn Oil Recovered after

    Mar 27, 2010· A study was conducted to examine the chemical composition of corn oil obtained after fermentation of corn to make fuel ethanol via centrifugation and compare its composition to that of corn germ oil (commercial corn oil) and experimental corn oils. The levels of free fatty acids in the post fermentation corn oil were high (11–16%), as previously reported. The levels of free phytosterols

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  • Green Vegetable Oil Processing 1st Edition

    Chapter 3: Aqueous Extraction of Corn Oil After Fermentation in the Dry Grind Ethanol Process Introduction—A Comparison of Various Processes to Produce Corn Oil The Processes for Obtaining Corn Oil After Fermentation in a Dry Grind Ethanol Plant

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  • The Composition of Crude Corn Oil Recovered after

    cal composition of corn oil obtained after fermentation of corn to make fuel ethanol via centrifugation and compare its composition to that of corn germ oil (commercial corn oil) and experimental corn oils. The levels of free fatty acids in the post fermentation corn oil were high (11–16%), as previously reported. The levels of free

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  • US4341713A Process for obtaining corn oil from corn germ

    A high quality corn oil is obtained by an aqueous extraction of corn germ. Conventional mechanical expression and use of an organic solvent to extract the oil is eliminated by this process. Process for obtaining corn oil from corn germ

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  • Modification of aqueous enzymatic oil extraction to

    Processes have been proposed to separate corn germ prior to fermentation in a dry-grind ethanol plant although germ protein is generally not removed from dry-milled or wet-milled germ. Wet-milled corn germ aqueous enzymatic oil extraction (AEOE) was carried out using a bubble column to remove most of the oil, by centrifuging a (foam) fraction

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  • Recoveries of Oil and Hydrolyzed Sugars from Corn Germ

    Corn germ meal, solid residues after oil extraction from corn germ, was used as a model feedstock. Corn germ meal is the solid residue after oil extraction from corn germ in a wet milling facility . It is commonly combined with corn fiber to produce corn gluten feed,

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  • Extraction and Quantitative Analysis of Oil from

    Extraction of commercial corn fiber with hexane or supercritical CO2 yielded an oil that comprised from 0.54 to 3.68 wt % of the fiber. An HPLC method with sensitive evaporative light-scattering detection (ELSD) was developed to analyze the lipid classes in corn fiber oil. Triacylglycerols were the most abundant lipid class, but the oil also contained sterol esters, free fatty acids

    Get Price
  • Foam Separation of Oil from Enzymatically Treated Wet

    More than 9 billion gallons of ethanol were produced in 2008, mostly from dry grind corn fermentation plants. These plants are a potential source of substantial amounts of corn oil, if an economical method of separating it can be developed. In this work, oil was separated from corn germ by aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE).

    Get Price
  • The Corn Refining Process

    The ground corn, in a water slurry, flows to the germ separators. Germ Separation Cyclone separators spin the low density corn germ out of the slurry. The germs, containing about 85 percent of corn's oil, are pumped onto screens and washed repeatedly to remove any starch left in the mixture. A combination of mechanical and solvent processes

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  • Aqueous Extraction of Corn Oil After Fermentation in the

    Jan 01, 2014· The chemical composition and appearance of the various corn oils can be very different based on the feedstock (corn germ, ground corn, corn fiber, etc.) and extraction process (pressing, hexane extraction, aqueous enzymatic extraction, post-fermentation centrifugation, etc.) used to produce the oil.

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  • Oil separation from wet-milled corn germ dispersions by

    1.. IntroductionProcesses are in early commercial development, for separating corn germ prior to fermentation in a dry-grind ethanol plant. Quick germ (Singh and Eckhoff, 1996) and enzymatically milled germ (Johnston et al., 2005) have been produced in laboratory quantities with 30% and 39% oil, respectively.Oil is currently removed from dry-milled germ or wet-milled germ by

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  • Corn Germ an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Corn Oil from Pressing and/or Solvent Extraction of Wet Milled Corn Germ. Most commercial corn oil is obtained from corn germ that is a by-product of the wet milling industry (Moreau, 2002; 2005). The wet milling process was developed in the late 1800s to optimize the production of corn starch from corn

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  • US4310468A Extraction of oil from vegetable materials

    A process is provided for the extraction of oil from undried, finely-divided vegetable material. This process employs total immersion of moist solid in a solvent without production of emulsions or contamination of the miscella with finely-divided solids.

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  • The Composition of Crude Corn Oil Recovered after

    cal composition of corn oil obtained after fermentation of corn to make fuel ethanol via centrifugation and compare its composition to that of corn germ oil (commercial corn oil) and experimental corn oils. The levels of free fatty acids in the post fermentation corn oil were high (11–16%), as previously reported. The levels of free

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  • Efficient and eco-friendly extraction of corn germ oil

    Ni, Zhao, Zhang, Gasmalla, and Yang (2016) investigated steam explosion as a pretreatment for corn germ before oil extraction using aqueous ethanol solution, finding that the quality of the

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  • Corn wet-milling Wikipedia

    The solid particles remaining after oil extraction is called germ meal which is further dried. [citation needed] Germ meal is a good source of amino acids and is a carrier of micro-ingredients in animal food formulations. The refined corn oil can be used as salad oil and cooking oil. It is also used to prepare corn oil margarines. [citation

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  • US4341713A Process for obtaining corn oil from corn germ

    A high quality corn oil is obtained by an aqueous extraction of corn germ. Conventional mechanical expression and use of an organic solvent to extract the oil is eliminated by this process. Process for obtaining corn oil from corn germ

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  • (PDF) Foam Separation of Oil from Enzymatically Treated

    An estimate of aqueous enzymatic extraction plant costs to extract 24 million kg of dry-fractionated germ per year [40 million gal/year ethanol], showed that income from the unrefined oil streams

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  • The Composition of Crude Corn Oil Recovered after

    Mar 27, 2010· A study was conducted to examine the chemical composition of corn oil obtained after fermentation of corn to make fuel ethanol via centrifugation and compare its composition to that of corn germ oil (commercial corn oil) and experimental corn oils. The levels of free fatty acids in the post fermentation corn oil were high (11–16%), as previously reported. The levels of free phytosterols

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  • Corn oil production process Oil Pressing Machines

    (3)Refining of corn oil. Crude corn oil is a deep reddish amber plant oil obtained from the extraction of corn germ. Crude corn oil contains 1-3 phospholipids, more than 1 sterol, tocopherol and other unsaponifiable substances, about 1.5 free fatty

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