Fundamentals of Biochemical Engineering Subject code-PCCH code 4402 Chemical Engineering Department 7th Semester Mrs. Ipsita D. Behera Asst. Professor I.G.I.T Sarang Email: - email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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SYLLABUS Module I Overview of microbiology, Aerobic & Anaerobic fermentation processes, fermenter design, sterilization of microbial medium, kinetics of microbial growth, enzymes and its kinetics, immobilization of enzymes, chemostats. Module II Transport phenomena in Biochemical Engineering, Heat and Mass transfer in Bioprocessing, oxygen transfer in fermenter, monitoring and control of fementation process. Module III Downstream processing: - Recovery and Purification of products, allied unit operation for product recovery, production of biogas and ethanol, Effluent treatment by biological method Text book 1. Bailey JB and oillis OR, Biochemical Engineering Fundamentals 2. Aiba S, Biochemical Engineering, Academic press 3. Rao D G, Introduction to Biochemical Engineering, Tata Mc Grow Hill 4.Michael L. Shuler/ Fikret Kargi, Bio Process Engineering , Pearson Education
LESSON PLAN Class No. Brief description of the Topic 1. Introduction of FBE 2. Overview of microbiology 3. Application of Microbiology 4. Aerobic & Anaerobic fermentation processes 5. SSF and SmF and applications 6. Fermentation Design 7. Microbial sterilization 8. kinetics of microbial growth 9. Kinetics of microbial growth 10. Problem discussion 11. Problem discussion 12. 13. 14. Enzyme and its characteristics Enzyme kinetics Problem discussion 15. Immobilization of enzymes & applications 16. Chemostats 17. Question Discussion 18. Heat transfer in bioprocessing 19. Mass transfer in bioprocessing 20. Oxygen transfer in fermenter 21. Monitoring and control of fementation process.