Biological Reactor

In general, reactors have been classified in two ways, one according to the type of operation and the other according to design features. Based on the types of operation, there are batch, continuous, and semicontinuous reactors. Due to the relatively high productivity of a continuous process as compared with a batch one, when a process is reaction cost intensive, it is advisable to use the former rather than the latter. On the other hand, if the process is recovery cost intensive, high concentration of product instead of high productivity is desirable, and a batch process is usually preferred. Whether the process is a batch or a continuous one, the reactor is the heart of the process. The efficiency

Table 4. Activation Energy for Shear Effect on 65% Amioca at Different Temperatures
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