BATCH FERMENTATION: Modeling, Monitoring and Control


Batch Fermentation: Modeling, Monitoring and Control

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Batch Fermentation provides approaches for

· determining optimal reference trajectories and operating conditions

· estimating final product quality

· modifying, adjusting, and enhancing batch process operations

· designing integrated real-time intelligent knowledge-based systems for process monitoring and fault diagnosis

and describes

· fundamental and data-based empirical modeling procedures

· simple single-loop to advanced multivariable process control strategies

· univariate and multivariate statistical techniques for process monitoring

· landmark detection and data length adjustment

· experimental data collection and pretreatment

· fault diagnosis

Improving process design, fault identification, and production policies, Batch Fermentation is an essential guide for pharmaceutical, chemical, biochemical, physical, food, industrial, process, and design engineers; biochemists and biotechnologists; pharmacists; quality control and assurance managers; information system professionals and analysts; and statisticians; and an unparalleled text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.


about the book…

Illustrating techniques in model development, signal processing, data reconciliation, process monitoring, quality assurance, intelligent real-time process supervision, and fault detection and diagnosis, this text/reference offers valuable simulation and control strategies for batch fermentation applications in the food, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries.

Batch Fermentation provides approaches for determining optimal reference trajectories and operating conditions…estimating final product quality…modifying, adjusting, and enhancing batch process operations…and designing integrated real-time intelligent knowledge-based systems for process monitoring and fault diagnosis…and describes fundamental and data-based empirical modeling procedures…simple single-loop to advanced multivariable process control strategies…univariate and multivariate statistical techniques for process monitoring…landmark detection and data length adjustment…experimental data collection and pretreatment…and fault diagnosis.

about the authors...

ALI ÇINAR is Professor of Chemical Engineering, Dean of the Graduate College, and Associate Vice President for Research, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago. He received the B.S. degree (1970) in chemical engineering from Robert College, Istanbul, Turkey, and the M.Eng. (1973) and Ph.D. (1976) degrees in chemical engineering from Texas A & M University, College Station.

SATISH J. PARULEKAR is Professor of Chemical Engineering and Associate Chair of the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago. He received the B.Ch.E. degree (1978) from the University of Bombay, India, the M.S. degree (1979) in chemical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and the Ph.D. degree (1983) in chemical engineering from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.

CENK ÜNDEY was Senior Research Associate, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago (December 2001-May 2003). He now works for AMGEN Inc. He received the B.S. (1992), M.S. (1995), and Ph.D. (1999) degrees in chemical engineering from Istanbul University, Turkey.

GÜLNUR BİROL is Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. She served as a Senior Research Associate in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago (1998-2000). She received the B.S (1990), M.S. (1992), and Ph.D. (1997) degrees in chemical engineering from Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey.

Contributing Author (Chapter 5: Nonlinear Model Development)

İNANÇ BİROL is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago. He received the B.S. (1989), M.S. (1992), and Ph.D. (1997) degrees from Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey.