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The chapters are organised eengineering broad engineering sub- disciplines such as mass and energy balances, fluid dynamics, transport phenomena and reaction theory, rather than around particular applications ofbioprocessing. Overall, she covers introductory matters, material and energy balances, physical processes, and reactions and reactors.

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We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Doran By Pauline M. For the most part, diran engineers have assumed the responsibility for bioprocess development. It includes a great deal of new material and has been extensively revised and expanded. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of On the other hand, standard chemical-engineering texts do not often consider examples from bioprocessing and are written almost exclusively with the petroleum and chemi- cal industries in mind.

Yet, while aspects of biochemistry, microbiology and molecu- lar genetics have for many years been included in gioprocess curricula, there has been relatively little attempt to teach biotechnologists even biiprocess qualitative aspects of engineering applicable to process design. Many a student has been enticed by the promise ofbiotech- nology and the excitement of being near the cutting edge of scientific advancement.

Her emphasis is bioprocesss the underlying scientific and engineering principles rather than on specific biotechnology applications, she says, so most of the material in the first edition remains relevant. In general, biologists do not often encounter detailed mathematical analysis.

Since then, bioprocesses have been developed for an enormous range of commercialproducts, from relatively cheap materials such as industrial alcohol and organic solvents, to expensive specialty chemicals such as antibiotics, therapeuticproteins and vaccines. Nevertheless, in fitting with its principal aim, much more of this book is descriptive compared with standard chemical- engineering texts.

While several excel- lent texts on bioprocess engineering are currently available, these generally assume the reader already has engineering training. Large quantities of enzymes are used commercially to convert starch into fermentable sugars p, serve as starting materials for other bioprocesses. May Preface Recent developments in genetic and molecular biology have excited world-wide interest in biotechnology. Introduction to Probability Models Sheldon M.


Derivation of most mathematical models is fully explained in an attempt to counter the tendency of many students to mem- orise rather than understand the meaning of equations. Description This welcome new edition discusses bioprocess engineering from the perspective of biology students. Product details Format Paperback pages Bioproceds x x Industrially-useful enzymes and living cells such as bakers’and brewers’yeast are also commercialproducts of bioprocessing.

However, increasingly, biotechnologists are being employed by companies to work in co-operation with biochemical engineers to achieve pragmatic commercial goals. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. Bioprocess operations make use of engieering, animal andplant cells and components of cells such as enzymes to manufacture newproducts and destroy harmful wastes.

That the same funda- mental engineering principle can be readily applied to a variety of bioprocess industries is illustrated in the worked examples and problems.