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Los reactores tubulares se usan en modo de flujo continuo con los reactivos fluyendo y los productos eliminados. Los reactores tubulares con frecuencia reciben otros nombres:. El flujo de una sola fase de un reactor tubular puede ser ascendente o descendente. Los reactores tubulares pueden tener sola una pared o se les puede enchaquetar para calentarlos o enfriarlos con un fluido circulante de transferencia de calor.

Los Reactores Tubulares se usan en una gran variedad de industrias:. Proporcionamos un horno de tubo divido para calentar estos recipientes. Los termopares exteriores generalmente se suministran para controlar cada zona del calefactor. Se pueden adaptar diversas alimentaciones de gases y ser operadas desde un Rack de Distribuciones de Gases. Esto proporciona el mayor grado de control y reproducibilidad en un sistema de reactor de flujo continuo por el operador. El separador se coloca corriente abajo del reactor, a menudo separado del reactor por un condensador de enfriamiento.

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Received for review November 23 th , , accepted May 16 th , , final version May, 31 th , ABSTRACT: Continuous processes with immobilized cells are a good alternative for improving the efficiency and the performance of alcoholic fermentations. The potential use of raw materials obtained from agro-industrial waste as supports for cell immobilization was recently evaluated. In this work, we evaluated the continuous production of ethanol in packed-bed reactors with yeast cells immobilized on wood shaving, cane bagasse, corn leave, and corn cob lignocellulosic waste. We used glucose as a carbon source to establish the reference conditions and we made the fermentations with commercial sucrose. We also evaluated the glucose syrup obtained from cassava flour as alternative substrate.


Show full item record. JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. Date: Description: In the following investigation project titled " Design and Operation of Biochemical Reactors for obtaining metabolites of Ethylic Alcohol and Citric Acid at the laboratory" was carried out at the Industrial Microbiology laboratories from the Biological Sciences faculty, Analytic Chemistry and Biochemistry laboratories from the Chemical Engineering faculty at the National University of Trujillo from October to June , which purpose was to establish a bioreactors design for producing metabolites of ethylic alcohol and citric acid by fermentation under a variety of conditions using a common substrate, which was the molasses.

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