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Biological Reaction Engineering

Dynamic Modeling Fundamentals With 80 Interactive Simulation Examples

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Biological Reaction Engineering - Prenosil, Jiri E.; Ingham, John; Dunn, Irving J.; Heinzle, Elmar - ISBN: 9783527325245
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This Book Explains And Provides Engineers And Scientists With The Information They Need To Analyze The Behavior Of Complex Biological Reactors Using A Unique Combination Of Mathematical Equations And The Powerful Dynamic Simulation Language, Berkeley Madonna.

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Titel: Biological Reaction Engineering
auteur: Prenosil, Jiri E.; Ingham, John; Dunn, Irving J.; Heinzle, Elmar
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 560
Uitgever: Wiley-vch Verlag Gmbh
Plaats van publicatie: DE
NUR: Exacte wetenschappen/natuurwetenschappen
Afmetingen: 248 x 176 x 33
Gewicht: 1222 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9783527325245
Intern nummer: 21315035

Biografie (woord)

Irving J. Dunn is retired from the ETH–Zurich, where he taught and did research in the area of biochemical engineering for over thirty years, within the Chemical Engineering Dept. His degrees are from the University of Washington and Princeton University. Dr. Dunn has published widely in his field, ranging from bioreactor design, process control, animal cell culture, and specialized wastewater treatment. His teaching and research has featured the use of modelling and simulation and has resulted in the publication of three textbooks: Biological Reaction Engineering, Environmental Bioprocesses and Chemical Engineering Dynamics.

Elmar Heinzle is the Chair of Biochemical Engineering at the Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Germany. Having obtained his academic degrees from the Technical University of Graz, Austria, he spent most of his career at the Chemical Engineering Department of ETH–Zurich, Switzerland, before taking his present appointment. Professor Heinzle published over 200 scientific publications in bioreactor design, metabolic engineering, on–line analysis and control and design of sustainable processes. In his teaching in Biochemical and Chemical Engineering he is extensively using modelling. He has authored several books in these fields.

John Ingham is now retired from Chemical Engineering at Bradford University U.K. The first of a long series of courses on the Modelling and Simulation of Dynamical Chemical Engineering Systems was begun there in 1974, sponsored by the Institution of Chemical Engineers and inspired by leave of absence at the ETH Zurich. Research areas include Liquid–Liquid Column Hydrodynamics, Extraction Process Dynamics and Biochemical Engineeering; the latter, being developed, during a further leave of absence at the GBF, Braunschweig. He is especially proud of this and the two other VCH–Wiley Modelling and Simulation books.

Jiri E. Prenosil was born 1939 in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Educated in Prague with PhD in Chemical Engineering, he worked in the Czechoslovak Academy of Science and various universities abroad. 1971 he moved to Switzerland with appointment at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zürich. 1984 he was a Visiting Professor at the University of London, Canada. His life interest is in Biochemical Engineering, design and modelling of bioreactors with immobilized biocatalysts. It has resulted in over 100 publications and co–authorship of two other books in this area. He is a co–founder of the renowned International Modelling and Simulation Courses in Braunwald, Switzerland since 1981. 1997 he was granted the Swiss Technology Transfer Award. In 2006, he retired from the ETH.

Inhoudsopgave

PART I: Principles of Bioreactor Modelling

MODELLING PRINCIPLES
Fundamentals of Modelling
Formulation and Structuring of the Problem
Formulation of Balance Equations
BASIC BIOREACTOR CONCEPTS
Information for Bioreactor Modelling
Bioreactor Operation
BIOLOGICAL KINETICS
Enzyme Kinetics
Simple Microbial Kinetics
Structured Kinetic Models
BIOREACTOR MODELLING
General Balances for Tank–Type Biological Reactors
Modelling Tubular Plug Flow Bioreactors
MASS TRANSFER
Mass Transfer in Biological Reactors
Interphase Gas–Liquid Mass Transfer
General Oxygen Balances for Gas–Liquid Transfer
DIFFUSION AND BIOLOGICAL REACTION IN IMMOBILIZED BIOCATALYST SYSTEMS
External Mass Transfer
Internal Diffusion and Reaction within Biocatalysts
AUTOMATIC BIOPROCESS CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS
Elements of Feedback Control
Types of Controller Action
Advanced Control Strategies
Controller Tuning
Concepts for Bioprocess Control
BASICS OF CELL FACTORY MODELLING
Modularisation of Cell Modelling (Transport, Enzymatic Reactions, Enzyme Regulation, Expression Control, ...)
Compartmentation and Transport
Combination of Model Elements (Kinetics, Regulation, Induction, Repression, Transport, ...)
Cell Population Modelling

PART II: Modelling, Dynamic Simulation Examples, and the BERKELEY MADONNA Simulation Language

EXAMPLES OF MODEL SET UP
Introductory Examples
SIMULATION EXAMPLES OF BIOLOGICAL REACTION PROCESSES USING BERKELEY MADONNA
Introductory Examples
Batch Reactors
Fed Batch Reactors
Continuous Reactors
Oxygen Uptake Systems
Controlled Reactor
Diffusion Systems
Multi–Organism Models

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