Vegetable water


Vegetable water

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Etichetta grammaticale



Oils that have been stored in contact with the water content of the olive after processing.1


The evaporation of olive oil mill vegetation waters permits to pull down the polluting load to an extent superior to the 90% in terms of COD. This operation can be easily done by using the industrial evaporators now existing, and it can be optimized up to a level whose value depends on the nature and age of the vegetation water in question. The concentrated solution which comes out from the evaporator can be thermally decomposed by a two stage pyrolytic process which allows to previously divide the inorganic salts, avoiding, in this way, to encrust the boiler during the combustion of the polluting organic substances.
Since the thermal decomposition process of the concentrated solution is strongly exothermic, the exceeding heat can be used to ulteriorly lower the COD of the treated water to values compatible with the environmental regulations.2


Centrifugation of the oil must: the oil and the extracted oil must should be immediately removed from proximity with residue of vegetable water using continuous stainless steel separators.3

Trascrizione fonetica

/ˈvɛdʒɪtəb(ə)l/ /ˈwɔːtə/

Sinonimi e Antonimi

Vegetable - early 15c., "capable of life or growth; growing, vigorous;" also "neither animal nor mineral, of the plant kingdom, living and growing as a plant," from Old French vegetable "living, fit to live," and directly from Medieval Latin vegetabilis "growing, flourishing," from Late Latin vegetabilis "animating, enlivening," from Latin vegetare "to enliven," from vegetus "vigorous, enlivened, active, sprightly," from vegere "to be alive, active, to quicken," from PIE *weg- (2) "be strong, lively," source of watch (v.), vigor, velocity, and possibly witch . The meaning "resembling that of a vegetable, dull, uneventful; having life such as a plant has" is attested from 1854.4

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Università di Genova - Facoltà di Lingue e Letterature Straniere - dipartimento DISCLIC

Data della scheda
Thu Jan 1 01:00:10 1970

1. 08/05/2017
2.Evaporation of Olive Oil Mill Vegetation Waters G. DI GIACOMO, V. BRANDANI and G. DEL RE University of L’Aquila, Deportment of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Materials 08/05/2017
3. 08/05/2017
4. 08/05/2017
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