Last name : CARRE
First name : Patrick
Entrance year : 2020
Occupation : Senior Processing Engineer
Website : https://terresinovia.fr
Birthdate : 1111/11/11
Address : 11 rue Gaspard Monge, 33600 PESSAC / France
Main fields of interest :
- Food industries
- Feed industries
- Green chemistry
Professional experience : * Since January 2021: Senior Processing Engineer Oils, Oilseeds and Pulses Processing at TERRES INOVIA * 2020-2021: R&D manager for oilseeds crushing and oil refining at ITERG * 2016-2019: R&D manager for oilseeds crushing and oil refining at OLEAD * 2001-2015: Management of CREOL, pilot-plants for the oilseeds processing (dehulling, mechanical extraction, solvent extraction) * Specialist in oilseeds processing. * Involvement in numerous studies on the impact of the process on rapeseed meal quality. * Collaboration with animal scientists of the University of Hohenheim, U. of Wageningen, Scotland’s Rural College, U. of Nottingham, INRAe, ARVALIS, … * Studies on the feasibility of ethanol extraction for rapeseed in partnership with Alfa-Laval. * Studies on the mechanical extraction of oilseeds at pilot plant scale (support of a PhD at UTC). * Studies on the fate of various contaminants (phthalates, mineral oils, pesticides, 3MCPD esters) during the oil refining. * Studies on the rapeseed dehulling and hulls purifications.
Education : Agricultural techniques engineer (ENITA Bordeaux)
Selected publications : * Citeau, M., Regis, J., Carré, P., & Fine, F. (2019). Value of hydroalcoholic treatment of rapeseed for oil extraction and protein enrichment. OCL, 26, 1. * Carré, P., Citeau, M., & Dauguet, S. (2018). Hot ethanol extraction: economic feasibility of a new and green process. OCL, 25(2), D206. * Citeau, M., Slabi, S. A., Joffre, F., & Carré, P. (2018). Improved rapeseed oil extraction yield and quality via cold separation of ethanol miscella. OCL, 25(2), D207. * Kasprzak, M. M., Houdijk, J. G. M., Olukosi, O. A., Appleyard, H., Kightley, S. P. J., Carré, P., ... & Wiseman, J. (2018). The content and standardized ileal digestibility of crude protein and amino acids in rapeseed co-products fed to pigs. Livestock Science, 208, 22-27. * Olukosi, O. A., Kasprzak, M. M., Kightley, S., Carre, P., Wiseman, J., & Houdijk, J. G. M. (2017). Investigations of the nutritive value of meals of double-low rapeseed and its influence on growth performance of broiler chickens. Poultry science, 96(9), 3338-3350. * Kasprzak, M. M., Houdijk, J. G. M., Olukosi, O. A., Appleyard, H., Kightley, S. P. J., Carre, P., & Wiseman, J. (2017). The influence of oil extraction process of different rapeseed varieties on the ileal digestibility of crude protein and amino acids in broiler chickens. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 227, 68-74. * Mosenthin, R., Messerschmidt, U., Sauer, N., Carré, P., Quinsac, A., & Schöne, F. (2016). Effect of the desolventizing/toasting process on chemical composition and protein quality of rapeseed meal. Journal of animal science and biotechnology, 7(1), 36. * Salazar-Villanea, S., Bruininx, E. M., Gruppen, H., Carré, P., Quinsac, A., & van der Poel, A. F. (2017). Effects of toasting time on digestive hydrolysis of soluble and insoluble 00-rapeseed meal proteins. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society, 94(4), 619-630. * Quinsac, A., Carré, P., & Fine, F. (2016). Combining pelletizing to cold pressing in the rapeseed crushing process improves energy balance and the meal and oil quality. European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology, 118(9), 1326-1335. * Carré, P., Citeau, M., Robin, G., & Estorges, M. (2016). Hull content and chemical composition of whole seeds, hulls and germs in cultivars of rapeseed (Brassica napus). OCL, 23(3), A302.