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Rheology of Foods - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781851668779, 9781483292588

Rheology of Foods

1st Edition

Editors: R.P. Borwankar C.F. Shoemaker
eBook ISBN: 9781483292588
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 26th August 1993
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The field of rheology of foods is extensive and a researcher in the field is called upon to interact with a diverse group of scientists and engineers. In arranging this symposium for the AIChE meeting in Chicago in November 1990 the papers were carefully selected to highlight this diversity. All but two of the chapters in this book are based on papers which were presented at this symposium, the additional paper was presented at the Conference on Food Engineering, Chicago, March 1991, and the book opens with an introductory overview. All the papers are peer–reviewed research contributions. The chapters cover a range of applications of food rheology to such areas as food texture, stability, and processing. This volume will be a reference source for workers within this wide and varied field.

Table of Contents

Rheology and texture of foods tutorial review. Measurements of thixotropy in suspension of microspheres. Failure testing of gellan gels. Thermorheological studies of food polymer dispersions. Rheological characterization of melting of margarines and tablespreads. The effect of shear rate and strain on the pasting behavior of food starches. Comparison of small angle oscillatory and large deformation measurements to characterize the rheology of wheat flour doughs. Flow profiles in a tube rheometer. The use of ultrasonic testing for non–destructive evaluation of theological properties. Calibration of rheological techniques used for foods.


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About the Editors

R.P. Borwankar

Affiliations and Expertise

Section Manager, Kraft General Foods, Glenview, Illinois, USA

C.F. Shoemaker

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Food Science & Technology, University of California, Davis, USA

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