Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE)
K.S.M.S. Raghavarao mainly investigates Chromatography, Osmotic dehydration, Biochemical engineering, Nanotechnology and Mass transfer. Specifically, his work in Chromatography is concerned with the study of Extraction. The Extraction study combines topics in areas such as Aqueous two-phase system and Polyethylene glycol.
His Osmotic dehydration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Preservative, Biotechnology, Blanching and Convenience food. His Nanomaterials, Biosensor and Carbon nanotube study in the realm of Nanotechnology connects with subjects such as Aptamer and Systematic evolution of ligands by exponential enrichment. As a member of one scientific family, K.S.M.S. Raghavarao mostly works in the field of Mass transfer, focusing on Diffusion and, on occasion, Solute diffusion, Osmosis and Dehydration.
Chromatography, Aqueous solution, Extraction, Food science and Membrane are his primary areas of study. His Chromatography research integrates issues from Aqueous two-phase system and Pulmonary surfactant. His Aqueous solution research incorporates elements of Partition coefficient, Polyethylene glycol, Potassium phosphate and Phase.
His Extraction research focuses on Adsorption and how it connects with Browning. K.S.M.S. Raghavarao interconnects Moisture, Spray drying and Computational fluid dynamics in the investigation of issues within Food science. His Mass transfer study which covers Diffusion that intersects with Solute diffusion.
His primary areas of study are Chromatography, Food science, Extraction, Aptamer and Biosensor. His Chromatography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Membrane fouling, Permeation and Aqueous solution. His Aqueous solution research includes elements of Yield and Phase.
His work on Blanching is typically connected to Carr index and Water activity as part of general Food science study, connecting several disciplines of science. K.S.M.S. Raghavarao focuses mostly in the field of Extraction, narrowing it down to topics relating to Biomass and, in certain cases, Pulp and paper industry, Xylanase, Hydrolysis and Cellulase. His work carried out in the field of Nanotechnology brings together such families of science as Food safety and Food Analysis.
K.S.M.S. Raghavarao focuses on Chromatography, Extraction, Biosensor, Aptamer and Aqueous solution. His studies deal with areas such as Biomass, Homogenization and Sonication as well as Extraction. His work deals with themes such as Detection limit, Linear range and Analyte, which intersect with Biosensor.
Aptamer is connected with Nanotechnology, Carbon nanotube, Food Analysis, Nanosensor and Nanomaterials in his research. He combines subjects such as Yield, Betacyanins and Phase with his study of Aqueous solution. K.S.M.S. Raghavarao has researched Yield in several fields, including Partition coefficient, Volume, Downstream processing, Potassium phosphate and Polymer.
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Opportunities and Challenges in High Pressure Processing of Foods
N. K. Rastogi;K. S. M. S. Raghavarao;V. M. Balasubramaniam;K. Niranjan.
Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition (2007)
Nonthermal Plasma Inactivation of Food-Borne Pathogens
N. N. Misra;B. K. Tiwari;K. S. M. S. Raghavarao;P. J. Cullen.
Food Engineering Reviews (2011)
Recent developments in osmotic dehydration: methods to enhance mass transfer
N.K. Rastogi;K.S.M.S. Raghavarao;K. Niranjan;D. Knorr.
Trends in Food Science and Technology (2002)
Grinding characteristics and hydration properties of coconut residue: A source of dietary fiber
S.N. Raghavendra;S.R. Ramachandra Swamy;N.K. Rastogi;K.S.M.S. Raghavarao.
Journal of Food Engineering (2006)
Some engineering aspects of solid-state fermentation
K.S.M.S Raghavarao;T.V Ranganathan;N.G Karanth.
Biochemical Engineering Journal (2003)
Dietary fiber from coconut residue: effects of different treatments and particle size on the hydration properties
S. N. Raghavendra;N. K. Rastogi;K. S. M. S. Raghavarao;R. N. Tharanathan.
European Food Research and Technology (2004)
Liquid–liquid extraction of bromelain and polyphenol oxidase using aqueous two-phase system
B. Ravindra Babu;N.K. Rastogi;K.S.M.S. Raghavarao.
Chemical Engineering and Processing (2008)
Method to obtain C-phycocyanin of high purity.
Ganapathi Patil;S. Chethana;A.S. Sridevi;K.S.M.S. Raghavarao.
Journal of Chromatography A (2006)
Water and solute diffusion coefficients of carrot as a function of temperature and concentration during osmotic dehydration
N.K. Rastogi;K.S.M.S. Raghavarao.
Journal of Food Engineering (1997)
Aqueous two phase extraction for purification of C-phycocyanin.
Ganapathi Patil;K.S.M.S. Raghavarao.
Biochemical Engineering Journal (2007)
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