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Process Integration in Biochemical Engineering by U. von Stockar, L. A. M. van der Wielen (auth.), Prof. Dr.

By U. von Stockar, L. A. M. van der Wielen (auth.), Prof. Dr. Urs. von Stockar, Prof. Dr. L. A. M. van der Wielen, A. Bruggink, J. M. S. Cabral, S.-O. Enfors, P. Fernandes, M. Jenne, K. Mauch, D. M. F. Prazeres, M. Reuss, S. Schmalzriedt, D. Stark, U. von St

Process integration has been some of the most lively learn fields in Biochemical Engineering over the past decade and it'll stay so if bioprocessing is to develop into extra rational, effective and effective. This quantity outlines what has been completed in recent times. Written via specialists who've made very important contributions to the eu technology, origin application on technique Integration in Biochemical Engineering, the amount makes a speciality of the growth made and the most important possibilities, and also at the barriers and the demanding situations in bioprocess integration that lie forward. the concept that of bioprocess integration is handled at quite a few degrees, together with integration on the molecular, organic, bioreactor and plant degrees, but in addition accounting for the mixing of separation and mass move operations and biology, fluid dynamics and body structure, in addition to uncomplicated technology and approach technology.

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The virtual mass force represents the force required to accelerate the apparent mass of the surrounding continuous phase in the immediate vicinity of the gas bubble. 5. 12. 0. 0 For applications in two-phase flow the k– e models have been modified in different ways. One possibility is to insert additional sources into the transport equations for k and e [30–33]. An alternative is to consider an increase of the turbulent viscosity in the liquid phase caused by the bubbles. Ac- 33 Integration of Physiology and Fluid Dynamics cording to Sato [34] and Lopez de Bertodano et al.

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Good agreement can then be achieved between measured flow details and the simulation results for vessels and impellers of different geometry [1]. A resulting additional advantage is the reduced computational expense of stationary simulations compared to transient simulations. , van’t Riet and Smith [11]) in applying this method, however, is not possible. To specify boundary conditions for other types of impellers one has to perform time consuming experiments in advance. g. Perng and Murthy [12], Takeda et al.

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