4 edition of Modeling and optimization of fermentation processes found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||B. Volesky and J. Votruba.|
|Series||Process simulation and modeling ;, 1|
|LC Classifications||TP156.F4 V65 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 266 p. :|
|Number of Pages||266|
|LC Control Number||92009915|
The mathematical model for cellulase fermentation was constructed and computer simulation of the fermentation processes at 28 and 30degC, respectively, were done using this mathematical model. Genetic algorithm (GA) was used in the optimization of the model parameters. The simulation results showed that the mathematical model was correct and the simulation fitted . A validation experiment gave mL H2/g TVS resulting to a 12% increase. The R2 was above implying the model was adequate to navigate the optimization space. Therefore, these findings demonstrated the feasibility of conducting optimized biohydrogen fermentation processes using response surface methodology.
INTRODUCTION. For an industrial fermentation process fermentation medium and fermentation process condition plays an critical role because they effect the formation, concentration and yield of a particular fermentation end product thus effecting the overall process economics therefore it is important to consider the optimization of fermentation medium and process . Optimization and scale up of industrial fermentation processes. -up criteria and the process conditions in the culture vessels thus may differ significantly and since any strategy and model can only insufficiently consider and reflect the highly complex interdependence and mutual interaction of fermentation parameters, successful scale up.
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Introduction This book presents logical approaches to monitoring, modelling and optimization of fed-batch fermentation processes based on artificial intelligence methods, in particular, neural networks and genetic algorithms. Both computer simulation and experimental validation are demonstrated in this book.
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Fri frakt. Alltid bra priser och snabb leverans. | AdlibrisPages: Fermentation process modeling informs our understanding of physical phenomena underlying process results and therefore enables process optimization and intensification.
Grant numbers. The authors would like to acknowledge funding from American Vineyard Foundation Grant # and Modeling and optimization of fermentation processes book Ernest Gallo Endowed Chair in Viticulture and.
Processes, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, Unlike other areas of application where the word ‘optimization’ is often misused to just describe an improvement of a process without clearly specifying the underlying criterion, for fermentation optimization, maximizing the product or cell yield, or minimizing substrate expenditure and fermentation.
Thus, this work presents the modeling (in industrial scale) of the ethanol fermentation process and a control structure with two layers that allows the process control and production optimization.
The rest of the paper is organized as follows. A simple mathematical model, taking into account substrate limitation and inhibition by both the product ethanol and the substrate, was proposed and used to interpret experimental data from a batch alcohol fermentation process, conducted at two.
ABSTRACT Artificial intelligence techniques are important tools for modelling and optimizing the solid-state fermentation (SSF) factors. The performance of fermentation processes is affected by numerous factors, including temperature, moisture content, agitation, inoculum level, carbon and nitrogen sources, etc.
The primary kinetic model was then applied in the second phase to determine the optimal control policy for a fed-batch fermentation process and to retune the kinetic model. Abstract This paper presents a framework for modeling and optimizing the glutamic acid fermentation process using computational intelligence techniques.
Considering the special characteristics of such an industrial process, we propose a two-phase optimization strategy to maximize the conversion rate and product concentration of the glutamic : Shouping Guan. The development of the fermentation process and its optimization is seriously challenged by a lack of the knowledge about scale up and other issues such as.
Part I - Modeling of Fermentation Processes. Introduction. Systems Analysis Approach to the Mathematical Modeling of Fermentation Processes. Mathematical Model Identification.
Application of Mathematical Models in the Simulation and Optimization of Fermentation Processes. Optimization of batch fermentation processes. Development of mathematical models for batch penicillin fermentations. Parameter‐temperature functions used with the general models were assumed to have general shapes which could apply to many fermentations, i.e., they were based on the familiar temperature response of enzyme‐catalyzed.
Figures 1 and 2 present the optimal temperature and pH profiles optimize the fermentation process. Simulation using the Simulink model, Fig.
7 shows that the optimal temperature and pH profiles obtained an increment in cell growth of %, product formation by % and substrate utilization by % compared to using the conventional temperature and pH.
The book covers all aspects of fermentation technology such as principles, reaction kinetics, scaling up of processes, and applications. The 20 chapters written by subject matter experts are divided into two parts: Principles and Applications.
Thus, toward developing good, reliable, and simple but highly predictive models that can be used in the future for optimization and process control applications, in this paper an unstructured and a cybernetic model are proposed and compared for the simultaneous saccharification‐fermentation process (SSF) for the production of ethanol from.
The most recent rise in demand for bioethanol, due mainly to economic and environmental issues, has required highly productive and efficient processes. In this sense, mathematical models play an important role in the design, optimization, and control of bioreactors for ethanol production.
Such bioreactors are generally modeled by a set of first‐order ordinary differential equations. medium optimization is very important for the advancement of fermentation processes 5.
Designing of suitable media components for cultivation have cosiderable effect on production. Products yield could be improved by the application of statistical experimental design techniques which will economize time and cost more than routine single factor.
Cellular Optimization •Cells screened from nature are typically optimized for growth •Cells are the micro-reactors in the fermentation process •The main step for economical process is to perform cellular optimization.
•Metabolic and genetic engineering can be used to alter the cellular behaviour. •Directed mutation versus random mutation.have already been applied to several biochemical processes such as modeling of the kinetics in enzymatic hydrolysis of penicillin-G , modeling and optimization of fed-batch fermentation processes [8,9], fuzzy classification of microbial biomass and enzyme activities for evaluating soil quality , and modeling changes in biomass composition.This book covers various multiple-criteria decision making methods for modeling and optimization of advanced manufacturing processes.
Processes such as non-conventional machining, rapid prototyping, environmentally conscious machining and hybrid machining are finally put together in a single book.