Synergistic effect of particle size, shear rate and driving-force during microfiltration of fruit juices: Toward a relevant choice of pretreatments and filtration conditions

This present work aims to study the filterability of a fruit juice (i.e. orange juice) with different particle-size distribution during microfiltration under various operating conditions (i.e. different filtration driving- and back-transport forces).

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