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4. SCALE-UP OF BIOREACTOR SYSTEMS

4. SCALE-UP OF BIOREACTOR SYSTEMS

4. SCALE-UP OF BIOREACTOR SYSTEMS. DEFINITION OF SCALE-UP:  Study of problems associated with the transfer of experimental data from laboratory and pilot-plant equipment to large scale industrial equipment.

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Mass Transfer

Mass Transfer. Section # 8. Sheet#2 , Problem#3. Givens: Tray dryer of 4 sections in series (A, B, C, and D) T 1,3,5,7 =325 K, w 1 =0.005, %RH 2,4,6,8 = 60%, V 8 = 4.75 m 3 /sec The wet material in each dryer reaches t w Neglect heat losses Required:

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Diffusion Mass Transfer

Diffusion Mass Transfer

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Mass Transfer 2

Mass Transfer 2

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Mass Transfer 2

Mass Transfer 2

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Diffusion Mass Transfer

Diffusion Mass Transfer

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Mass Transfer Coefficient

Mass Transfer Coefficient

Mass Transfer Coefficient. Mass transfer coefficients - simplified method to describe complex boundary condition involving flow and diffusion. Mass transfer from a surface to a fluid. Mass Transfer Coefficient. Flux from surface into the fluid:. -Brackets denote a spatial average.

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Diffusion Mass Transfer

Diffusion Mass Transfer

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Diffusion Mass Transfer

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Diffusion Mass Transfer

Diffusion Mass Transfer

Diffusion Mass Transfer. Mass transfer. Mass transfer is a transport of components under a chemical potential gradient. The component moves to the direction of reducing concentration gradient. The transport occurs from a region of higher concentration to lower concentration.

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