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An investigation into the possible use of hydrocyclones for the removal of yeast from beer

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This investigation has focused on the importance of hydrocyclone design and running conditions for the removal of yeast from suspensions. Experiments have been carried out using both a model system of yeast grown in suspension cultures and rough beer. It appeared that the most important factor was the design of the hydrocyclone with a positive correlation between higher residence times and acceleration with the efficiency of separation. The other factor that affected the separation efficiency was the concentration of the yeast suspension and a new phenomenon of a lower efficiency of hydrocyclones at very low feed concentrations has been observed. The separation efficiency was also affected by temperature with lower temperatures giving poorer separations.

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Yuan, H., Rickwood, D., Smyth, I.C. and Thew, M.T. (1996) An investigation into the possible use of hydrocyclones for the removal of yeast from beer Bioseparation, 6, (3), pp. 159-163.

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Published date: 1996

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Local EPrints ID: 21074
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/21074
ISSN: 0923-179X
PURE UUID: 823f009e-8863-4d58-90c6-de1a68cfc69d

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Date deposited: 31 Oct 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:27

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Author: H. Yuan
Author: D. Rickwood
Author: I.C. Smyth
Author: M.T. Thew

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