Characteristics and Application of Defatted Soybean Meal fractions Obtained by Microparticulation/Air-Classification

초미세분쇄/공기분급을 이용한 탈지대두박 분획물의 특성과 응용

  • Published : 1996.06.30


Defatted soybean meal (DSM) was microparticulated at cut-off whell speed of 9.000 rpm and air-classified into fine and coarse fractions at air classifying wheel speeds (ACWS) of 21,000, 18,000, 15,000 12,000 and 9,000 rpm stepwisely. Protein and ash content increased while lipid, carbohydrates and dietary fiber content decreased with decreasing ACWS. Amino acid composition and amino acid content of defatted soybean meal were similar to those of raw soybeans with aspartic and glutamic acid, the major amino acids. The yield and particle size increased with decreasing ACWS and mean particle size ranged from $4.9{\mu}m$ to $14.2{\mu}m$. The particles were oval-shaped with sharp corners. Water holding capacity, oil holding capacity and emulsion capacity slightly decreased with decreasing ACWS. Soybean curds formed showed different characteristics depending on the coagulant used and on the substitution ratio of full fat soybean flour with microparticulated DSM. Microparticulated DSM could successfully substitute wheat flour up to 10% level without bring no-ticiable beany flavor in the cakes.