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Author: David A. Mitchell,Nadia Krieger,Marin Berovic
ISBN13: 978-3540312857
Title: Solid-State Fermentation Bioreactors: Fundamentals of Design and Operation
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Language: English
Category: Biological Sciences
Publisher: Springer; 2006 edition (June 2, 2006)
Pages: 448

Solid-State Fermentation Bioreactors: Fundamentals of Design and Operation by David A. Mitchell,Nadia Krieger,Marin Berovic



After surveying the main bioreactor types currently used in solid-state fermentation, it focuses on the mathematical modeling of bioreactors, which is covered in three parts. Secondly, it addresses the heat.

The authors survey bioreactor types in common use, and describe in depth how to plan a project, and model heat transfer phenomena.

This book is about the design and operation of bioreactors for SSF. The current chapter briefly introduces the various bioreactor types, which will be described in more detail in Chaps. David Alexander Mitchell. The previous chapters have presented solid-state fermentation (SSF) bioreactors that operate in batch mode. Although batch operation is the most common type of operation in SSF processes to date, it is also possible to design and operate continuous SSF bioreactors.

Solid-State Fermentation Bioreactors. Fundamentals of Design and Operation. David A. Mitchell, Marin Berovič, Montira Nopharatana, Nadia Krieger. Introduction to Solid-State Fermentation Bioreactors. Mitchell, Marin Berovič, Nadia Krieger. Basics of Heat and Mass Transfer in Solid-State Fermentation Bioreactors. Although solid-state fermentation (SSF) has been practiced for many centuries in the preparation of traditional fermented foods, its application to newer products within the framework of modern biotechnology is relatively restricted. It was c- sidered for the production of enzymes in the early 1900s and for the production of penicillin in the 1940s, but interest in SSF waned with the advances in submerged liquid fermentation (SLF) technology.

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Fermentation Bioreactors.  Heat and Mass Transfer in Solid-State Fermentation Bioreactors: Basic Principles.  The Scale-up Challenge for SSF Bioreactors. Group I Bioreactors: Unaerated and Unmixed.  Group II Bioreactors: Forcefully-Aerated Bioreactors Without Mixing.  Group III: Rotating-Drum and Stirred-Drum Bioreactors.  Group IVa: Continuously-Mixed, Forcefully-Aerated Bioreactors.  Group IVb: Forcefully-Aerated Bioreactors.  Continuous Solid-State Fermentation Bioreactors.  Approaches to Modeling SSF Bioreactors. Автор: Boulton Chris, Schust Danny J, Quain David, Jones Название: Brewing Yeast and Fermentation ISBN: 1405152680 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781405152686 Издательство: Wiley Рейтинг

Although solid-state fermentation (SSF) has been practiced for many centuries in the preparation of traditional fermented foods, its application to newer products within the framework of modern biotechnology is relatively restricted. The current dominance of SLF is not s- prising: For the majority of fermentation products, it gives better yields and is e- ier to apply.

Topics Bioreactors, Solid-state fermentation. Publisher Berlin : Springer. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation. Contributor Internet Archive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on May 6, 2013.

David A. Mitchell, Marin Berovic, Nadia Krieger. The authors survey bioreactor types in common use, and describe in depth how to plan a project, and model heat transfer phenomena.

The theoretical base for solid state fermentation (SSF) bioreactor technology only began to be established around 1990. Before this, there were many examples of SSF bioreactors, especially those used in the koji industry, but there was little or no information about the efficiency of heat and mass transfer processes within them. The work that has been carried out over the last 15 years is sufficient to establish a general basis of engineering principles of SSF bioreactors. This book focuses on SSF bioreactors.

This concise professional reference provides a fundamental framework for the design and operation of solid-state fermentation bioreactors, enabling researchers currently working at laboratory scale to scale up their processes. The authors survey bioreactor types in common use, and describe in depth how to plan a project, and model heat transfer phenomena. The book includes case studies, and a review of practical issues involved in bioreactor performance.