3 edition of Papers presented at the International Conference on Bioreactor Fluid Dynamics found in the catalog.
Papers presented at the International Conference on Bioreactor Fluid Dynamics
International Conference on Bioreactor Fluid Dynamics (1st 1986 Cambridge, England)
|Statement||organised and sponsored by BHRA, the Fluid Engineering Centre ; co-sponsored by the Institution of Chemical Engineers and the Society of Chemical Industry ; [editor, Jane Stanbury].|
|Contributions||Stanbury, J. E. A., BHRA (Association), Institution of Chemical Engineers (Great Britain), Society of Chemical Industry (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||TP248.25.B55 I57 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||88118871|
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Get this from a library. Papers presented at the International Conference on Bioreactor Fluid Dynamics: Cambridge, England, April, [J E A Stanbury; BHRA (Association); Institution of Chemical Engineers (Great Britain); Society of Chemical Industry (Great Britain);].
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The effects of fluid flow of (a) bi-axial (Y and Z axes combined) versus (b,c) uni-axial (Y axis individually (b) Cited by: As the bioreactor aims to create a desired biological product, it is important to closely monitor the reaction parameters like internal and external mass transfer, heat transfer, uid velocity, shear stress etc.
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With Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). In addition, extrapolation of different empirical models, e.g. Cooke et al. (Paper presented at the proceedings of the 2nd international conference of bioreactor fluid dynamics, Cranfield, UK. Papers selected as candidates for best paper awards will be exclusively presented on December 2, during to The awards will be conferred to the author(s) of a paper presented at the conference, selected by the ICAMS Best Paper Award Committee.
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