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Artikel bewerten The first all-in-one reference for the beet-sugar industry Beet-Sugar Handbook is a practical and concise reference for technologists, chemists, farmers, and research personnel involved with the beet-sugar industry. The first all-in-one reference for the beet-sugar industry Beet-Sugar Handbook is a practical and concise reference for technologists, chemists, farmers, and research personnel involved with the beet-sugar industry. For ease of use, the book highlights important notes, defines technical terms, and presents units in both metric and British systems. His PhD thesis was on molasses desugaring by chromatographic process. After working in the U. He has taught chemistry at the Community College of Southern Nevada.

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Artikel bewerten The first all-in-one reference for the beet-sugar industry Beet-Sugar Handbook is a practical and concise reference for technologists, chemists, farmers, and research personnel involved with the beet-sugar industry. The first all-in-one reference for the beet-sugar industry Beet-Sugar Handbook is a practical and concise reference for technologists, chemists, farmers, and research personnel involved with the beet-sugar industry.

For ease of use, the book highlights important notes, defines technical terms, and presents units in both metric and British systems. His PhD thesis was on molasses desugaring by chromatographic process. After working in the U. He has taught chemistry at the Community College of Southern Nevada. Chapter 1 Basics of Beet-Sugar Technology. Section 1 Sugar. Section 2 Beet-Sugar Factory. Section 3 Sugar Terminology. Section 4 Sucrose Properties.

Section 5 Carbohydrates. Chapter 2 Sugarbeet Farming. Chapter 3 Sugarbeet Processing. Section 1 Beet Receiving and Storage. Section 2 Beet Drycleaning. Section 3 Beet Conveying and Fluming.

Section 4 Stone and Trash Separation. Section 6 Beet Slicing. Section 7 Juice Diffusion. Section 8 Pulp Treatment. Section 10 Juice Purifi cation. Section 11 Sedimentation and Filtration. Section 12 Steam and Power Production. Section 13 Juice Evaporation. Section 14 Juice Decolorization and Sulfi tation. Section 15 Juice Storage. Section 16 Syrup Crystallization. Section 17 Molasses Exhaustion. Section 18 Massecuite Centrifuging.

Section 19 Sugar Drying, Storing, and Packing. Section 20 Production of Specialty Sugars. Chapter 4 Quality Control.

Chapter 5 Ion-Exchange Resin. Chapter 6 Juice-Softening Process. Chapter 7 Molasses-Softening Process C. Chapter 8 Molasses-Desugaring Process. Chapter 11 Sugar Laboratory and Methods of Analysis.

Section 1 Laboratory Organization. Section 2 Laboratory Analytical Instruments. Section 3 Laboratory Reagents. Section 4 Beet-End Methods of Analysis. Section 5 Sugar-End Methods of Analysis. Section 6 Quality-Control Methods of Analysis. Section 7 Special Methods of Analysis. Section 8 Molasses-Desugaring Methods of Analysis.

Section 9 Environmental Methods of Analysis. Section 10 Laboratory Safety and First Aid. Section 1 Basics of Chemistry. Section 2 Basics of Mathematics and Statistics.

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Download eBook This book is devoted to the problems of identifying the potential for, designing and implementing, energy-saving measures in beet sugar factories. As the sugar industries in various countries differ considerably with respect to the economic conditions for factory operation and the level of technological development, the problem range is very broad. It may include the elimination of faulty or unreliable auxiliary equipment, or the introduction of simple improvements in vapour distribution schemes, in factories operated in countries where the need for efficient energy utilization has not really been very urgent until now. On the other hand, there are sugar factories in some other countries where considerable achievements have been made in energy saving but where further progress may still be possible if more advanced engineering problems are solved. The author takes an interdisciplinary approach to its subject aimed at demonstrating how the energy demand of a sugar factory can be affected by the interactions between a number of factors, namely: layout and parameters of the energy conversion and distribution processes; layout and parameters of the sugar manufacturing process and by-processes; characteristics of the equipment and control systems; completeness and accuracy of the energy monitoring systems.

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