Biochemical engineering: A textbook for engineers, chemists, by Katoh S., Yoshida F.

By Katoh S., Yoshida F.

Written via popular professors drawing on their adventure won within the world's so much cutting edge biotechnology industry, Japan, this complicated textbook offers a very good and complete creation to the most recent advancements within the box. It offers an array of questions & solutions and lines a number of utilized examples, extending to business purposes with chapters on scientific units and downstream operations in bioprocesses.Useful for college students learning the basics of biochemical engineering, in addition to for chemical engineers already operating during this important and increasing box.

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6 Determine the values of the consistency index K, the flow behavior index n, and also the apparent viscosity ma at the shear rate of 50 sÀ1. 74. 387. Thus, this CMC solution is pseudoplastic. 140 Pa s ¼ 140 cp. 6. 3 Relationships between shear rate and shear stress. 4 Laminar versus Turbulent Flow As mentioned above, two distinct patterns of fluid flow can be identified, namely laminar flow and turbulent flow. Whether a fluid flow becomes laminar or turbulent depends on the value of a dimensionless number called the Reynolds number, (Re).

5. Here, the reaction rate is roughly proportional to the substrate concentration at low substrate concentrations, and is asymptotic to the maximum rate Vmax at high substrate concentrations. The reaction rate is one-half of Vmax at the substrate concentration equal to Km. It is usually difficult to express the enzyme concentration in molar units, because of difficulties in determining the enzyme purity. Thus, the concentration is sometimes expressed as a ‘‘unit,’’ which is proportional to the catalytic activity of an enzyme.

The temperature gradient in the buffer region between the laminar sublayer and the turbulent core is smaller than in the laminar sublayer, but greater than in the turbulent core, and becomes smaller with increasing distance from the wall. Conduction and convection are comparable in the buffer region. It should be noted that no distinct demarcations exist between the laminar sublayer and the buffer region, nor between the turbulent core and the buffer region. What has been said above also holds for solid–fluid mass transfer.

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