Publisher: Springer | 2006-07-13 | ISBN 3540312854 | Pages: 447 | PDF | 5.5 MB
This concise professional reference provides a fundamental framework for the and of , enabling researchers currently working at laboratory scale to scale-up their processes. After surveying the main bioreactor types currently used in solid-state , it focuses on the mathematical modeling of bioreactors, which is covered in three parts. Firstly, the book shows how to plan a research program in order to characterize the growth kinetics in a manner appropriate for incorporation into bioreactor models. Secondly, it addresses the heat and mass transfer phenomena that occur in solid-state bioreactors and the mathematical expressions that are used to describe them

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