Investigation of wheat starch cooked with fibers: short-range order and in vitro digestion

Güven, Özge
Şensoy, İlkay
35 th EFFoST Internati onal Conference 20 21 .


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Activated sludge systems are the most widely used biological wastewater treatment processes all over the world. The main working principles of an activated sludge system are the oxidation of biologically degradable wastes by microorganisms and the subsequent separation of the newly formed biomass from the treated effluent. Separation by settling is the most troublesome stage of an activated sludge process. A decrease in the efficiency of the separation of microbial biomass from the treated effluent causes a...
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This study presents the results from investigation of ash deposition characteristics of a high ash and sulfur content lignite co-fired with three types of biomass (olive residue, 49 wt%; hazelnut shell, 42 wt%; and cotton residue, 41 wt%) in 0.3 MWt Middle East Technical University (METU) Atmospheric Bubbling Fluidized Bed Combustion (ABFBC) Test Rig. Deposit samples were collected on all air-cooled probe at a temperature of 500 degrees C. Samples were analyzed by SEM/EDX and XRD methods. The results reveal...
Investigation of sodium and potassium ions in relation to bioflocculation of mixed culture microorganisms
Kara, Fadime; Sanin, Faika Dilek; Department of Biotechnology (2007)
Bioflocculation happens naturally and microorganisms aggregate into flocs during wastewater treatment. It is critical to understand the mechanisms of bioflocculation and its impact on the following solid/liquid separation process since seperation by settling is one of the key aspects that determine the efficiency and the overall economy of activated sludge systems. Bioflocculation occurs via extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) and cations by creating a matrix to hold various floc components together so...
Investigation of magnesium ions effect on sludge properties in phosphorus deficient bioreactors
Ünal, Eda; Sanin, Faika Dilek; Gültekin, Güzin Candan; Department of Biotechnology (2010)
The activated sludge process efficiency depends on separation of microbial cells from treated wastewater. Separation can fail due to a number of problems. One of these problems is sludge bulking which is non-settling situation of biomass. Former studies showed that phosphorus deficiency caused filamentous sludge bulking with increasing magnesium ion concentrations. The main objectives of this study are to find out the effect of magnesium ions on sludge properties in phosphorus deficient medium and to determ...
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Ö. Güven and İ. Şensoy, “Investigation of wheat starch cooked with fibers: short-range order and in vitro digestion ,” presented at the 35 th EFFoST Internati onal Conference 20 21 ., Lausanne, İsviçre, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: