MVI387 Milkbased Ingredients
Showing course contents for the educational year 2016 - 2017 .
Course responsible: Anne-Grethe Johansen
Teachers: Judith Ann Narvhus, Elling-Olav Rukke, Siv Borghild Skeie
ECTS credits: 5
Faculty: Faculty of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Science
Teaching language: EN, NO
Limits of class size:
Teaching exam periods:
Course frequency: Yearly
First time: Study year 2016-2017
Processing and application of byproducts from the dairy industry.
Typical byproducts from the dairy industry may be whey, buttermilk, permeate, waste milk, product waste.
Knowledge about milkbased ingredients in relation to their application in various products is a central goal in the course. The students shall gain good theoretical knowledge of the various processing steps and processing lines for the manufacturing of milkbased ingredients. On the basis of theoretical and practical experience, partly gained through exercises and experiments in the pilot plant for food manufacturing, the students shall understand the manufacturing processes of milkbased ingredients and factors affecting the quality properties of the products. The course emphasises the conveyance of attitudes related to the importance of and possible uses for a food raw material such as milk, in that as much as possible of its components are used as food.
Presence and accesibility during office hours, via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Fronter.
Reviews of laboratory journals and excercises.
Selcted chapters from:
Paul L. H. McSweeney, James A. O'Mahony (Eds). Advanced Dairy Chemistry (2013). Springer
Geoffrey W. Smithers, Mary Ann Augustin (Eds). Advnces in Dairy Ingredients (2013). Wiley -Blackwell
Nivedita Datta , Peggy M. Tomasula (Eds). Emerging Dairy Processing Technologies (2015). Wiley-Blackwell
In addition, relevant papers uploaded in Fronter by the individual lecturer.
Knowledge of milk as a raw material and milk processing equivalent to MVI273. Knowledge of dairy technology equivalent to MVI383A.
MVI385 Product development
MVI361 Unit Operations and Measurement Methods
Written essay on a given topic; three weeks' deadline. The essay is handed in the last day of the Spring term.
Total work load 150 hours.
Lectures 18 hours, 4 hours practical.
Self study, journal writing and exam (litterature essay) 128 hours.
Type of course:
Weekly lectures of 2h each. No lectures in the weeks when litterature essay is given. One 4h practical will be given during the semester. Lectures will be given by teachers at the department, and external teachers from the industry.
An external examiner evaluates a minimum of 25 selected exam papers.
Examination details: Continuous exam: A - E / Ikke bestått