"Bubble-column reactors belong to a category of point reactors as well as three main categories: trickle-bed reactors (with fastened or packed beds), fluidized-bed reactors, and bubble-column reactors. primarily cylindrical vessels with gas in the latter square measure distributors at their bottoms. The gas is spread in bubble form into either a liquid part or a liquidsolid suspension. That simple style makes it doable to manage the degree of shear uniformly among a reactor (critical to cell growth). Flow in bubble-column reactors is best outlined than that of stirred-tank reactors.
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Last date updated on May, 2014