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Articles by N. Chevanan
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  N. Chevanan and K. Muthukumarappan
  The viscoelastic properties of eight different types of Cheddar cheeses prepared with two levels of calcium (Ca) and Phosphorus (P) content, two levels of residual lactose content and two levels of salt to moisture ratio (S/M) ratio were studied in a STRESSTECH viscoanalyzer. The elastic (G`) and viscous (G``) modulus were measured at 0, 1, 2, 4, 6, and 8 months of ripening during heating the cheese samples from 30 to 70°C. Low levels of Ca and P content (0.53 g Ca and 0.39 g P /100 g cheese) in the Cheddar cheese resulted up to 20.9% and 15.9% lower elastic and viscous modulus respectively, compared to Cheddar cheese prepared with high levels of Ca and P content (0.67 g Ca and 0.53 g P/100g cheese) during ripening up to 8 months. Low levels of residual lactose (0.78 g/100g) in the Cheddar cheese resulted in 39.1 and 78.1% lower elastic and viscous modulus, respectively, compared to Cheddar cheese with high levels of residual lactose (1.4 g/100g) during ripening up to 8 months. In the same way, low levels of S/M ratio (4.8) in the Cheddar cheese resulted in 40.7 and 40.5% lower elastic and viscous modulus, respectively, compared to high levels of S/M ratio (6.4) during ripening up to 8 months. Upon heating from 30 to 70°C, the elastic and viscous modulus of the eight different types of Cheddar cheeses reduced up to 91.7 and 95.1%, respectively, during ripening. Cheddar cheese recorded maximum elastic modulus at the end of 8 months of ripening, and maximum viscous modulus at the end of 4 months of ripening.
 
 
 
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