Acoustic Wave Application for the Analysis of the Quality & Safety of Porous Food & Non-food Systems

A quick method for the detection of mycotoxins in grains and an acoustic device for the evaluation of the quality of porous food systems in production.


ACOUSTICS project outcomes – the project has proved the usability of the acoustic method both by acoustic wave transition and by reflection in the creation of a quick and cheap method for the detection of the following mycotoxins: (i) deoxynivalenol (DON) in wheat and (ii) aflatoxin (AFT) in corn, as well as (iii) the evaluation of the structure/texture of porous food matrices, such as bread, biscuits, extruded products, and/or their changes during storage.

Specific knowledge gained during the ACOUSTICS project allowed to create specialized software which was installed during the implementation of the acoustic device prototype.

mycotoxins, grains, food systems

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Išmanios aplinkos ir informacinės technologijos, Technologijos darniam vystymuisi ir energetika
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