Frédéric Prochazka
Frédéric Prochazka
Enseignant-Chercheur, Université saint-Etienne
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Production and characterization of sodium caseinate edible films made by blown-film extrusion
I Belyamani, F Prochazka, G Assezat
Journal of Food Engineering 121, 39-47, 2014
Development and characterization of a novel edible extruded sheet based on different casein sources and influence of the glycerol concentration
E Chevalier, G Assezat, F Prochazka, N Oulahal
Food Hydrocolloids 75, 182-191, 2018
Experimental and theoretical description of low frequency viscoelastic behaviour in immiscible polymer blends
M Castro, C Carrot, F Prochazka
Polymer 45 (12), 4095-4104, 2004
Immiscible blends of PC and PET, current knowledge and new results: Rheological properties
C Carrot, S Mbarek, M Jaziri, Y Chalamet, C Raveyre, F Prochazka
Macromolecular Materials and Engineering 292 (6), 693-706, 2007
Casein/wax blend extrusion for production of edible films as carriers of potassium sorbate—A comparative study of waxes and potassium sorbate effect
E Chevalier, A Chaabani, G Assezat, F Prochazka, N Oulahal
Food packaging and shelf life 16, 41-50, 2018
Dynamic viscoelastic characterization of a polyurethane network formation
F Prochazka, T Nicolai, D Durand
Macromolecules 29 (6), 2260-2264, 1996
Towards thermoplastic hemicellulose: Chemistry and characteristics of poly-(ε-caprolactone) grafting onto hemicellulose backbones
W Farhat, R Venditti, A Ayoub, F Prochazka, C Fernández-de-Alba, ...
Materials & Design 153, 298-307, 2018
Viscoelastic relaxation of polyurethane at different stages of the gel formation. 2. sol− gel transition dynamics
T Nicolai, H Randrianantoandro, F Prochazka, D Durand
Macromolecules 30 (19), 5897-5904, 1997
Study of the influences of film processing conditions and glycerol amount on the water sorption and gas barrier properties of novel sodium caseinate films
BY Colak, F Gouanve, P Degraeve, E Espuche, F Prochazka
Journal of membrane science 478, 1-11, 2015
Cocontinuity in immiscible polymer blends: A gel approach
M Castro, F Prochazka, C Carrot
Journal of Rheology 49, 149, 2005
Co-continuity interval in immiscible polymer blends by dynamic mechanical spectroscopy in the molten and solid state
S Chaput, C Carrot, M Castro, F Prochazka
Rheologica acta 43, 417-426, 2004
Molar mass distribution of linear and branched polyurethane studied by size exclusion chromatography
F Prochazka, T Nicolai, D Durand
Macromolecules 33 (5), 1703-1709, 2000
Active biodegradable sodium caseinate films manufactured by blown-film extrusion: Effect of thermo-mechanical processing parameters and formulation on lysozyme stability
BY Colak, P Peynichou, S Galland, N Oulahal, G Assezat, F Prochazka, ...
Industrial Crops and Products 72, 142-151, 2015
Mechanical and barrier properties of extruded film made from sodium and calcium caseinates
I Belyamani, F Prochazka, G Assezat, F Debeaufort
Food Packaging and Shelf Life 2 (2), 65-72, 2014
Comparison of polymer dynamics between entanglements and covalent cross-links
T Nicolai, F Prochazka, D Durand
Physical review letters 82 (4), 863, 1999
On the Use of an Internal Mixer For the Rheological Characterizattion of Maize Starch
S Brouillet-Fourmann, C Carrot, N Mignard, F Prochazka
Applied Rheology 12 (4), 192-199, 2002
Thermally reversible and biodegradable polyglycolic-acid-based networks
S Mhiri, N Mignard, M Abid, F Prochazka, JC Majeste, M Taha
European Polymer Journal 88, 292-310, 2017
Dynamic mechanical properties of linear and cross-linked polyurethane
F Prochazka, D Durand, T Nicolai
Journal of Rheology 43, 1511, 1999
Crosslinking in the melt of EVA using tetrafunctional silane: gel time from capillary rheometry
Y Goutille, C Carrot, JC Majeste, F Prochazka
Polymer 44 (11), 3165-3171, 2003
Thermoreversible supramolecular networks from poly (trimethylene carbonate) synthesized by condensation with triuret and tetrauret
X Li, N Mignard, M Taha, F Prochazka, J Chen, S Zhang, F Becquart
Macromolecules 52 (17), 6585-6599, 2019
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