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Ingénierie et optimisation énergétique de la transformation des insectes comme source de protéines alternatives. : RAPPORT DE STAGE INTERMEDIAIRE

Abstract : In a context of dwindling resources, insects, hitherto underexploited, could be a source of various raw materials. Insects are rich in nutrients; their production is high and economical and have a positive effect on the environment. The preservation and packaging of products resulting from the processing of insects require fractionation processes, in particular drying, which is an essential one. Since drying is a highly energy-intensive process, it is necessary either to optimize it or to develop innovative technologies such as Superheated Steam (SHS) drying, which has high potential benefits compared to hot air drying. The main objective of the internship is to develop this new emerging technology on a laboratory scale by carrying out tests on a SHS dryer, acquiring data and modeling drying kinetics.
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Kenza Ouahrani, Hédi Romdhana, Samir Mezdour, Daniel Goujot. Ingénierie et optimisation énergétique de la transformation des insectes comme source de protéines alternatives. : RAPPORT DE STAGE INTERMEDIAIRE. [Stage] Université Paris-Saclay. 2020. ⟨hal-03321627⟩

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