ARDIANSYAH, YAN AULIA (2011) Clevis Corn Utilization Become Pyrolysis Process Using Liquid Smoke For Preserving Flying Fish (Decapterus spp. Undergraduate thesis, Undip.
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Pyrolysis is the process of conversion of an organic material at high temperatures and decompose into smaller molecules bond. This process produces an organic vapor, pyrolysis gases and charcoal. The resulting organic vapors containing carbon monoxide, methane, carbon dioxide, volatile tar and water. Organic vapor then condensed into a liquid. The liquid pyrolysis results is known as bio-oil (Awaluddin, 2007). In the experiments used corn as a biomass feedstock. Of combustion and heating in the pyrolysis device produces smoke (volatile) which will then be condensed into liquid smoke or liquid smoke. In this lab, liquid smoke testing done by the media testers fly-fish and organoleptic tests are also conducted to compare the results of liquid smoke that will get good food preservative. Key words: pyrolysis, corn, liquid smoke, food presevative.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Undergraduate)|
|Subjects:||T Technology > TP Chemical technology|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Engineering > Diploma in Chemical Engineering|
Faculty of Engineering > Diploma in Chemical Engineering
|Deposited By:||Mrs Pudja D3 Teknik Kimia|
|Deposited On:||30 Dec 2011 14:25|
|Last Modified:||30 Dec 2011 14:25|
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