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722. An analysis of the performance of an ultra-high-temperature milk sterilizing plant: III. Comparison of experimental and calculated sporicidal effects for a strain of Bacillus subtilis

  • H. Burton (a1), J. G. Franklin (a1), D. J. Williams (a1), Helen R. Chapman (a1), A. Jean W. Harrison (a1) and L. F. L. Clegg (a1)...

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The previous papers of this series (1,2) have shown how the bactericidal efficiency of a flow-type heat exchanger may be predicted from physical measurements, and have given the necessary calculations for a small plate-type ultra-high-temperature sterilizing plant made by the A.P.V. Co. The purpose of this paper is to show the degree of agreement between practice and prediction from theory.

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(1)Burton, H. (1958). J. Dairy Res. 25, 75.
(2)Burton, H. (1958). J. Dairy Res. 25, 324.
(3)Williams, D. J., Franklin, J. G., Chapman, H. R. & Clegg, L. F. L. (1957). J. appl. Bact. 20, 43.
(4)Franklin, J. G., Williams, D. J., Chapman, H. R. & Clegg, L. F. L. (1958). J. appl. Bact. In press.
(5)Franklin, J. G., Williams, D. J. & Clegg, L. F. L. (1958). J. appl. Bact. In press.
(6)Min. Hlth. (1956). Rep. publ. Hlth med. Subj., Lond., no. 71. London: H.M.S.O.
(7)Stern, J. A. & Proctor, B. E. (1954). Food Tech., Champaign, 8, 139.

722. An analysis of the performance of an ultra-high-temperature milk sterilizing plant: III. Comparison of experimental and calculated sporicidal effects for a strain of Bacillus subtilis

  • H. Burton (a1), J. G. Franklin (a1), D. J. Williams (a1), Helen R. Chapman (a1), A. Jean W. Harrison (a1) and L. F. L. Clegg (a1)...

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