Introduction to Polyphasic Dispersed Systems Theory: by Jacques Thierie

By Jacques Thierie

This e-book introduces a brand new paradigm in procedure description and modelling. the writer indicates the theoretical and useful successes of his strategy, which includes exchanging a conventional uniform description with a polyphasic description. this alteration of point of view finds new fluxes which are cryptic within the classical description. numerous case reviews are given during this publication, that's of curiosity of these operating with biotechnology and eco-friendly chemistry.

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2). 13) the volume of the liquid phase is then V l ¼ 0:25 À 2:5 Â 10À3 ¼ 0:2475 L about 100 times greater than the cell volume. 7) is true and the R- or E-concentrations can be used interchangeably for the compound i. In other terms, the biomass is sufficiently small to assimilate the experimental concentration of i (R-concentration) in its pseudohomogenous concentration. 3 Critical Biomass Let us try to estimate the limit of the biomass that can make possible this approximation. 1). In a system that can be considered as essentially made up of a liquid and a solid phase, the error is less or equal to 3 % if the biomass is less or equal to 10 gDW/L.

For ease, this state will be called the nontrivial state. The second steady state will be called trivial because it implies very simply that the chemostat is empty of all biomass. 2), it is easy to see that this trivial state of biomass corresponds to the following state of the substrate: DðSE À SÞ ¼ 0 from which it is easily deduced that S ¼ SE ð3:2:6Þ In the absence of biomass, there is no consumption of substrate, so the concentration remains equal to the concentration at the inlet.

2005) The acetate switch. Microbiology and molecular biology reviews, 69:12–50. Chapter 3 Continuous Culture: The Chemostat Abstract This chapter is the heart of the book. Its purpose is twofold: first, it serves to demonstrate the effectiveness of representation in polyphasic dispersed systems (PDS); second, it illustrates, with examples, effectiveness and originality of the method. The cases are first treated in an implicit form, that is to say only using the raw form of mass balance, without any concept other than the matter conservation.

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