American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists
Proceedings from the 34th Biennial Meeting
February 28 - March 3, 2007
Salt Lake City, Utah
 
Oral Presentations
 Chemistry & Inst.   Factory Operations
 Posters
Operations
Forums
Operations
     
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
SECTION D -Chemistry and Instrumentation
   
Advances in fluorescence detection of sugar in water systems.
     Dang, Xiaojun* and Dolores J. Soto, Nalco Company ...............................................
53

      Recent advances in Nalco's juice purification system.

           Dang, Xaiojun, Dennis Saye, David Larson, Kevin Finkenbiner and Anthony Sommese*,

      Nalco Company ...

63
   
Controlling quality of MDS extract for long term storage.
    
Groom, David R*, Terry D. McGillivray and James H. Heggeness, American Ctystal Sugar Company ........
67
   
Methods for automated particle size analysis.
     Kawlewski, Ron*, Steve Aakre and Jim Schueller, Southern Minnesota Beet Sugar Cooperative
.........
70
   
Determination of Betaine by NIR for Betaine recovery optimization.
     M
cGillivray, Terry* and Beverly Jacobson, American Crystal Sugar Company ..........................
80
   
Amino acid elimination in chromatographic molasses separation systems.
     Rearick, D. E.* and Cheri McKay, Amalgamated Research Inc
.....................................................
82
   

The relative stability of stored extract with and without inoculation with high levels of different microbial types.

     Samaraweera, Indrani*, Diane Rheault, Lynn Buschette, Terry McGillvray and David Groom, American Crystal Sugar Company

88
   

Microwave technology: An ubiquitous in line measurement instrument for density, total solids, concentration, especially brix in a today sugar factory.

     Theisen, Karl H. and Irma Geyer*,
 pro-M-tec Theisen GmbH
........................................................

118
 
SECTION D -Poster Session -Operations
 

Comparative study of copper reduction, chromatographic, and enzymatic ICUMSA methods for reducing sugars in molasses.

     Kavas, M. Fusun1, G. Eggleston2, G. Parkin3, B. White4, G. Sezer1 and K. Pardoe3,
1
Turkish Sugar Institute, 2USDA-ARS-SRRC,3Sritish Sugar PLC and 4Audubon Sugar Institute
..

124
   

Microplate assay for rapid determination of sucrose, glucose, fructose and raffinose.

     Klotz, Karen L.1* and Daniel N. Martins2,
1
USDA-ARS, Northern Crop Science Laboratory and 2Universidade Federal de Vicosa .

125
   

Laboratory studies on polyaluminum coagulants in sugarbeet juice and molasses.
    
McKee, Marianne1*, Sara Moore1, Ron Triche1, Charley Richard1, Mary An Godshall1 and Robert Hatch2,
 1Sugar Processing Research Institute, Inc. and 2American Charcoal Company LLC
 

126
   

Microwave technology: An ubiquitous in line measurement instrument for density, total solids, concentration, especially brix in a today sugar factory.
     
Theisen, Karl H. and Irma Geyer*, pro-M-tec Theisen GmbH  

127
   
SECTION F -Factory Operations
 
Rapid odor control for sugar plant process water and ponds.
     Baures, Marc A
., Hydrite Chemical Co. . ...............................................................
133
   

Experiences with briquetting and burning boiler fly ash in a coal­fired beet pulp dryer.

     Carlson, Jeffrey L.* and Parker  Thilmony,
Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative
.............
......................

134
   

Experiences with processing sugarbee1s frozen for long term storage.

Carlson, Jeffrey L.*, Brent Muehlberg and Upasiri Samaraweera,
Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative

135
   

Reduction of washhouse sugar losses through water management at Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative.

Carlson, Jeffrey L.*, Brent Muehlberg and Upasiri Samaraweera,
Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative

137
   
Eliminating hydrogen sulfide emissions from beet sugar wastewater.
      Govind, Rakesh, University of Cincinnati and Prd Tech, Inc ............
..................... ....................
139
   
The use of ion exchange resins for beet sugar juice processing.
      Gula, Francis1* and Xavier Lancrenon2,
1
Novasep Inc
. and 2Applexion SAS ............................
140
   

Steamdrying of beet pulp -larger uni1s, more energy recovery, no VOC and large CO2 reduction.

Jensen, Arne S.1* and Kent Quinney2,
1EnerDry Aps and 2The
Amalgamated Sugar Company LLC ..

148
   
Managing operational challenges of steam pulp driers.
     Kawlewski, Ron, Paul Rustad, Gary Cornelius and Glenn Augustine*,
Southern Minnesota Beet Sugar Cooperative
........................
..................
153
   

Co-treatment of digester effluent and pond stored wastewaters during 2005-2006 campaign.

Kawlewski, Ron1*, Dennis J. Saye2 and Ron Sanford 1 ,
1
Southern
Minnesota Beet Sugar Cooperative and 2Nalco Company .

164
   
Ion exchange decolorization -possibility of resin rejuvenation.
    
Kochergin, Vadim1*, William Jacob2, Michael Kearnel and William Bornak,
1Audubon Sugar Institute, 2Amalgamated Research Inc. (ARI) and 3Recirculation Technologies Inc
. (RTI) ......................
169
   
Progressive steam dryer design enables highest capacities.
      Krell, Lothar
, Braunschweigische Maschinenbauanstalt AG .....
178
   

Low green separation at Wissington Sugar Factory, the United Kingdom.

Lancrenon, Xavier1*, Tony Leigh2, Nick Garref and Hannu Paananen3,
1
Applexion SAS, 2British Sugar Pic and 3Danisco
..

179
   

Laboratory studies on the effect of enzymes on color, turbidity and total polysaccharides in sugarbeet and sugarcane juice.

      McKee, Marianne*, Sara Moore, Ron Triche, Charley Richard and Mary An Godshall,
Sugar Processing Research Institute, Inc
...

188
   

A systematic approach to optimization of the BMA K-2300 continuous centrifugal!.

Rhoten, Christopher D.1* and Jeffrey L Carlson2,
 1Western Sugar
Cooperative and 2Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative ...

197
   
Impact of new SPCC regulations on sugar manufacturing.
     Sullivan, Shawn, The Western Sugar Cooperative ................................................
209
   

The new Bogazlyian beet factory: The latest reference in modern technology.

Taylor, Mark1 and Pascal Dedole2*,
1
Fletcher Smith ltd. and 2Fives
Cail Group/Maguin SAS ......

215
   

Billings BMA Tower 2000 installation and comparison to other Western Sugar BMA tower installations.

Zimmerman, Robert M.1*, Ken Bennett2 and E. Jeremy Coster3,
The
Western Sugar Cooperative (1Greeley, CO, 2Billings, MT and
3Denver, CO) ...

229
   
Fort Morgan evaporator failure.
      Zimmerman, Robert M.* and Scott
A. Winn,
The Western Sugar Cooperative
......
234
   
 

Section F -Poster Sessions

 

Reduction of processing aids -apparatus to reduce lime, antifoam and alkalizing medium.

Rosner, Gerhard1, Walter Hein 1, Gunter Pollach 1, Paul Dodd2 and Jason Grech2*, 1Zuckerforschung Tulln GmbH and 2BetaTec Hop Products GmbH ..........

241
 
Forums -Operations
 

      Forum in Factory Operations Environmental
     Session leader:
  Dean C. Delorey ....................

245

      

 
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