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Chemistry Research Task Dairy Milk Processing

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Paul Robson
Dairy Milk ProcessingWhole milk is clarified, separated for the lower fat milk, pasteurized, and homogenised. The fat left from the separation is used for cream, butter, sweetened condensed milk, ice cream and other milk products.The primary objective of processing milk is to extend the milk's shelf life and eliminate pathogens that could be harmful. Heat treatment is the most common processing technique and pasteurisation destroys the most heat resistant pathogen, M. tuberculosis.Centrifuges are used in dairy processing to remove the globular milk fat from the serum, the skim milk. This normally takes place at a temperature between 50-60ºC. The globular milk fat in this case is the residue (left in the centrifuge), and the filtrate is the skim milk (passes out of the centrifuge).The centrifuge consists of up to 120 discs stacked together at a 45 to 60 degree angle and separated by a 0.4 to 2.0 mm gap or separation channel. Milk is introduced at the outer edge of the disc stack. The stack of discs has vertically aligned distribution holes into which the milk is introduced. (See schematic on next page).Under the influence of centrifugal force, the fat globules (cream), which are less dense than the skim milk, move inwards through the separation channels toward the central axis of the centrifuge. The skim milk moves outwards and leaves through a separate outlet in the machine.Centrifugation is based on Stoke's Law . Centrifuge separation is used mainly to separate liquids from solids in a way that is similar to, but faster than, filtration. Centrifuge separation works generally due to difference in particle size, density, viscosity, and state of matter (solid, liquid, or gas).Centrifugal separation is often used in the dairy industry. Some uses include clarification (removal of solid impurities from milk prior to pasteurization), skimming (separation of cream from skim milk), standardizing, whey separation (separation of whey cream (fat) from whey), bactofuge treatment (separation of bacteria from milk), quark separation (separation of quarg curd from whey), and butter oil purification (separation of serum phase from anhydrous milk fat)The solids that collect in the...

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