1 Improving the yield of soybean oil extraction process by using of microwave system M. Ghazvehi, M. Nasiri* School of Chemical, Gas and Petroleum Engineering, Semnan University,Semnan, Iran
2 The increasing use of soybeans, as the century s strategic plant, makes the economy necessary in energy consumption for separating oil from this valuable seed. Soybeans are a rich source of proteins, lecithin and isoflavones.
3 Due to the high expense of specialists have always extractors and their high energy consumption, the active tried to make the defects of this process (high expense of extractors and high energy consumption ) to the least, with the invention of new methods, such as under pressure extraction, and by using Co 2, and soxhlet extraction and extraction by compound extractors.
4 Using the microwave process is one of the modern methods in oil extraction from soybeans by solution, that leads to considerable decrease of energy consumption. In this article, microwave performance with determined intensity in the process of oil extraction from soybeans by hexane solution is being studied.
5 Classical extraction technologies are based on the use of an appropriate solvent to remove lipophilic compounds from the interior of plant tissues. The most widely used solvent to extract edible oils from plant sources is hexane. There are various methods reported for extraction : pressurized solvent extraction, ultrasonic and microwave extraction, extraction by stirring, shaking, and by the soxhlet method. [ Lee, M.H., Lin, C.C., 2007.]
6 Some of the methods are time consuming (Soxhlet, ultrasonic), require large amounts of solvent, are expensive (SE) and/or energy intensive (pressurized liquid extraction). Recently, microwaves have been used to assist in extraction, as microwave extraction can be a more environmentally and economically friendly process. The efficiency of the microwave-assisted extraction (MAE) process depends on the time, temperature, solid-liquid ration, and type and composition of the solvent used.
7 During MAE, incident electromagnetic waves (in the microwave region) heat the dielectric material (solvent-oil-food matrix) through two major mechanisms. The first is based on the vibration/rotation of the polar molecules in the liquid mixture under the influence of the oscillating electric field component [Pan, X., Niu, G., Liu, H., 2002]. The vibrations and rotations happen at frequencies on the order of MHz/GHz and generate inter-molecular friction.
8 This polar rotation, coupled with the movement of a very large number of charged ions at the same frequencies (the second mechanism), results in instantaneous heating throughout the liquid [Metaxas, A.C., Meredith, R.J., 1983]. Rapid heating rates are obtained in a matter of seconds and the extent of temperature rise depends on the dielectric properties of the material. [Boldor, D., Sanders, T.H., Simunovic, J., 2004.].
9 The highly targeted heating of polar molecules leads to rapid increase in local pressures at the microscopic/cellular levels which ruptures cell walls. [Choi, I. S.J., Chun, J.K., Moon, T.W., 2006.]. Microwave processing is very versatile if properly designed and has been used extensively in the past to successfully inactivate enzymes and bacterial cells present in foods.
10 Microwave-assisted extraction has been shown for example to be a rapid process that could produce good quality extracts. The objective of the study was to develop a low cost. The performance (extraction efficiency) of the developed continuous system was compared with the extraction efficiency of a conventional extraction system.
11 Method Soybean flake preparation Soybeans (100 g) were sieved and soybeans larger than 3.18 cm were collected. The cleaned soybeans after Grinding in Cracker Fig.1, by the Flaker was used to obtain a consistent particle size distribution of soybean flakes, Fig. 2. With thickness 0.35 mm Ground soybean flakes were then packaged in airtight plastic bags until used. Fig. 1. Grind Soybeans. Fig. 2. Soybeans Flakes
12 Microwave and extraction procedure Ground soybean flakes (100 g) at first operated in one Microwave unit with power 800 w at 90 Sec. Then mixed with 150 ml solvent in a 600 ml plastic beaker. The soybean-solvent suspension was Extracted for 5,10,15,20,25 and 30 minutes. Suspensions were kept in a water bath at 25 C during extraction. Controls included soybean flakes that were extracted using the same solvent without applying Microwave. After extraction, oil was separated from the solvent-soybean suspension using a countercurrent distillation setup with the heat source set to 110 ± 5 C and water as the coolant [Liu, K. (1999)].
13 Yield determination Extraction yield was determined gravimetrically as : Where m e is the mass of extracted lipids (g), m t the ground soybean weight (g), m 1 the total lipid mass of the soybean flakes (g), x el the extracted lipid fraction and x tl the total lipid fraction of soybeans.
14 Results and discussion Influence of microwave intensity on oil yield The influence of microwave-assisted extraction system on yield is shown in Fig. 3. Oil yield increased with increasing microwave intensity. After 30 min at a microwave intensity of 800 W, the increase in oil yield was 11% higher than from conventional hexane extraction. Compared to the nonmicrowave control, the oil yield after 30 min increased by 11.2% respectively.
15 Fig 3. Oil yield as a function of extraction time. Compare conventional and microwaveassisted extraction
16 Improved soybean oil yields may be explained in terms of cavitational effects caused by the application of microwave system. As large amplitude microwaves travel through a mass medium, they cause compression and shearing of solvent molecules resulting in localized changes in density and elastic modulus [Price, G. J., White, A., & Clifton, A. A. (1995)]. The abrupt decrease in pressure at the edge of the saw tooth shaped microwave in the negative pressure cycle generates small bubbles. These bubbles collapse in the positive pressure cycle and produce turbulent flow conditions associated with high pressures and temperatures [Mason, T. (1992). Industrial sonochemistry].
17 Since formation and collapse of bubbles occurs over very short periods of time, typically a few microseconds. Therefore, decreases in solvent viscosity are small and are most likely not the principal cause of the yield increases. Rather, at increasing amplitudes, cavitational bubble collapse is more violent since the resonant bubble size is proportional to the amplitude of the microwave. Microfractures appeared in the soybean flakes after application of microwave that is the soybean flake surfaces became more porous.
18 Conclusions The results obtained in this study have implications for the edible oil industry. The microwave has the potential to be used in oil extraction processes to improve efficiency and reduce processing time. During commercial solvent extraction, a series of time-consuming preparation steps is necessary to achieve the maximum oil yield. A rapid extraction method for soybeans has been developed using continuous microwave-assisted technology.
19 Industrial suggestion conditioning seed with microwave and live steam 2 bars pressure,the method was optimized using parameters involve heating grind soybeans,with microwave. Seed inlet Microwave Horn Live Steam Live Steam Live Steam Seed outlet
20 Mirowave system design
21 After cooking with microwave, when grinding soybeans are flaking, as per as this picture in new design, soybeans flakes influence microwave system for 60 sec. Flake Inlet Microwave Horn Flake Outlet
22 We know that optimal moisture for grinding soybeans in flakers is 12%, but optimal moisture for extractor in circulation of hexane is 8%, with this microwave system we can achieve these optimals too. In datamation that we obtain the oil yield will improve 11% respectivly.
23 After all, the extraction of soy oil from its bean by solution and by using microwave can cause high output and decrease of the process duration. According to the deserving influence of the sound waves on the oil extraction process, it is recommended that more researches be done in designing and making microwave extractors in industrial measures.
24 Using the optimized protocol, oil can be efficiently extracted from soybeans, showing that continuous, microwave-assisted solvent extraction is a viable method for extraction at relatively short residence times and high throughput. With the invention of this new methods, by decreasing of the process duration we can decrease of energy consumption about 9% in compared with the conventional extraction system.
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