107年第2學期-6724 食品殺菌技術 課程資訊
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This course would cover selected topics in thermal and non-thermal processing of food. It is intended for graduate students at advanced level. The course would cover traditional processes such as retorting, aseptic processing, as well as new and emerging technologies of food processing such as high hydrostatic pressure processing and pulse electric field processing. The emphasis in this course will be on the mathematical models that describe these processes and the impact of processing on food quality and safety. Some discussion of processing equipment will also be included. The course would offer an opportunity to students in animal science, food science, chemical, and mechanical engineering to learn about traditional thermal processes as well as new non-thermal processes in a rigorous manner.
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