ERT 323/3 SIMULATION FOR BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING
The course covers introduction of simulation of bioprocess, material and energy balances, equipment sizing and costing, and environmental impact assessment. Students are exposed to the usage of SuperPro design software for modeling and simulation purposes. Subsequently, sustainability assessment will be introduced, emphasizing on economic and profitability analysis.
Ability to apply and analyze engineering calculation like mass and energy balance, stoichiometry and kinetics of the bioprocess.
Ability to analyze processand organize unit operation in bioprocess using simulation software.
Ability to analyze, collect and organize economic process data and apply environmental impact and sustainability assessment.
Heinzle, E. Biwer, A. P. and Cooney C. L. 2007. Development of Sustainable Bioprocesses: Modelling and Assessment. Wiley.
Dunn, Irving J., Heinzle, Elmar, Ingham, John, and Prenosil, Jiri E. 2003. Biological Reaction Engineering Dynamic Modelling Fundamentals with Simulation Examples 2nd Edition. John Wiley.
Shuler, M.L. 2001. Bioprocess Engineering: Basic Concepts. 2nd Edition. Prentice-Hall.