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Parametric optimization of rice bran oil extraction using response surface methodology

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Use of bran oil in various edible and nonedible industries is very common. In this research work, efficient and optimized methodology for the recovery of rice bran oil has been investigated. The present statistical study includes parametric optimization, based on experimental results of rice bran oil extraction. In this study, three solvents, acetone, ethanol and solvent mixture (SM) [acetone: ethanol (1:1 v/v)] were employed in extraction investigations. Response surface methodology (RSM), an optimization technique, was exploited for this purpose. A five level central composite design (CCD) consisting four operating parameter, like temperature, stirring rate, solvent-bran ratio and contact time were examined to optimize rice bran oil extraction. Experimental results showed that oil recovery can be enhanced from 71% to 82% when temperature, solvent-bran ratio, stirring rate and contact time were kept at 55°C, 6:1, 180 rpm and 45 minutes, respectively while fixing the pH of the mixture at 7.1.
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  • University of Engineering & Technology (Lahore) Faisalabad Campus, Department of Chemical & Polymer Engineering
  • University of Engineering & Technology (Lahore) Faisalabad Campus, Department of Chemical & Polymer Engineering
  • University of Engineering & Technology (Lahore) Faisalabad Campus, Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities,
  • University of Engineering &Technology (Lahore) Faisalabad Campus, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • University of Engineering & Technology (Lahore) Faisalabad Campus, Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities
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