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Title of paper: Modelling of fermentation processes on the basis of generalized nets
Author(s):
Tania Pencheva
Centre of Biomedical Engineering “Prof. Ivan Daskalov”, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 105, Acad. G. Bonchev Str., Sofia 1113, Bulgaria
tania.pencheva@clbme.bas.bg
Olympia Roeva
Centre of Biomedical Engineering “Prof. Ivan Daskalov”, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 105, Acad. G. Bonchev Str., Sofia 1113, Bulgaria
   (current: olympia@clbme.bas.bg)
Presented at: 3rd IWGN, Sofia, 1 October 2002
Published in: Conference proceedings, pages 18—24
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Abstract: Fermentation processes are characterized by a complicated structure of organization and interdependent characteristics, which determines their nonlinearity and non-stationary. Their specific peculiarities predetermine the elaboration of some new methods and approaches for the modelling and control of such processes. A new approach for modelling of considered processes, based on the apparatus of Generalized Nets (GN), is presented in this paper. Generalized Nets provide the opportunity to describe the logic of the fermentation process modelling. Generalized Net models are obtained for batch, fed-batch and continuous modes of fermentation processes. The GN-model for fed-batch operational mode is described in details. The GN-models of batch and continuous modes are obtained by a less number of changes in basic GN-model for fed-batch mode. The facility of models obtaining demonstrates the flexibility and the efficiency of Generalized Nets as modelling tool.
Keywords: Fermentation processes, Batch, Fed-batch and Continuous operational mode, Modelling, Generalized nets
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