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Basic viscosity of skim milk concentrate

Basic viscosity of skim milk concentrate

Brief Communications of the XXIII International Dairy Congress, Montreal, October 8-12, 1990, Vol II: 448

Skim milk was exposed to different preheat treatments (70-130 degrees C) before evaporation to up to 40-53% TS. Basic viscosity, i.e. viscosity at infinite shear, was calculated by plotting the value of viscosity ( eta ) as a linear function of the reciprocal shear rates, 1/D, and extrapolating to 1/D = 0. With shear rates of >=170/s, for freshly prepared concentrate the equation eta / eta infinity = 1 + 100/D was valid regardless of preheat treatment, TS and temp. of the concentrate.

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