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Pol fibre imbibition reduced mill loss, novel concept - summary


Cooperative Sugar 21(6): 413-417
Pol fibre imbibition reduced mill loss, novel concept - summary
The Noel Deerr formula for reduced mill extraction has often been improved by introducing the factor root 6p/(1 - f), where p = pol in cane and f = fibre in cane; the formula obtained gives unconvincing results if p or f is high, and inaccurately reflects the effect of imbibition. It is recommended that the above factor be replaced by root 6p/(1 - f - p), which accounts for both solute diffusion and the difference between pol retention and juice retention.

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