Introduction to microorganisms and biological molecules; principles of enzyme catalysis; methods of enzyme and cell immobilization; enzyme kinetics; internal mass transfer effect on immobilized growth; stoichiometry models of microbial growth; structured model, of microbial growth; bioreactors - continuous stirred tank bioreactors, plug-flow and packed bed bioreactors, imperfect mixing, fed batch bioreactors, gas liquid mass transfer in bioreactors, power requirement for bioreactor, sterilization and heat transfer in bioreactors; introduction to bioproduct recovery; biological product manufacturing; economic analysis of bioprocesses; case study: penicillin.
To acquaint students with fundamentals of biochemical engineering.
Course Learning Outcomes
To learn how to develop a new product from lab scale to pilot scale to industrial level
Enzyme kinetics and Chemostat
Book Title : Fundamental Biochemical engineering
Author : Behera