Modeling And Sımulatıon Of Photobioreactors For Bıologıcal Hydrogen Productıon

2013-12-31
Eroğlu, İnci
Gündüz, Ufuk
Androga, Dominic Deo
Photofermentative hydrogen production is greatly influenced by the microorganism, the type of photobioreactor (PBR) and physiological conditions such as temperature, pH and light intensity, under which the system is operated. In the design of the PBR system, it is imperative to initally determine the critical physiological parameters like light intensity and temperature, which affect the photofermentative hydrogen production. Developing predictive models that pinpoint and incorporate the relationships between these critical variables and hydrogen production is crucial. Such models can be developed using factorial designs and response surface methodology (RSM). These statistical tools enable the selection of the variables and optimization of the key factors to attain a maximum response. In this study, a general factorial design will be applied to determine the effects of light intensity and temperature on hydrogen yield.

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Citation Formats
İ. Eroğlu, U. Gündüz, and D. D. Androga, “Modeling And Sımulatıon Of Photobioreactors For Bıologıcal Hydrogen Productıon,” 2013. Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/59862.