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Alvin Rachmanto
(11/312956/TK/37727)
Imananda Fajar Widanto (11/313655/TK/37986)
Problem 7-23A A CSTR is being operated at steady state. The cell growth follows the Monod
growth law without inhibition. The exiting substrate and cell concentrations are measured as a
function of the volumetric flow rate (represented as the dilution rate), and the results are shown
below. Of course, measurements are not taken until steady state is achieved after each change in
the flow rate. Neglect substrate consumption for maintenance and the death rate, and assume that
Yp/c is zero. For run 4, the entering substrate concentration was 50 g/dm3 and the volumetric flow
rate of the substrate was 2 dm3/s.
Run
Cs (g/dm3)
D (day-1)
Cc (g/dm3)
1

0.9

1.5

0.7

1.6

0.6

10

1.8

## (a) Determine the Monod growth parameters max and Ks.

(b) Estimate the stoichiometric coeficients, Yc/s and Ys/c.
(c) List ways you can work this problem incorrectly.
(d) How could you make this problem more difficult?
%TUGAS TRK
%Alvin Rachmanto /11/312956/TK/37727
%Imananda Fajar W /11/313655/TK/37986
clc
clear
x = [1/1 1;1/3 1;1/4 1;1/10 1];
y = [1/1; 1/1.5; 1/1.6; 1/1.8];
constant = x\y;
u = 1/constant(2)
Ks = constant(1)*u
Csu = linspace(1,10,50);
Ds = Csu*u./(Ks + Csu);
plot(Csu, Ds)
title('Grafik Hubungan Antara Cs vs D')
xlabel('Cs')
ylabel('D')
Cs0=50;
Cc=4;
D4=1.8;
Ycs=Cc/(Cs0-D4*Ks/(u-D4))
Ysc=1/Ycs

Hasil RUN
u = 1.9882
Ks = 0.9866
Ycs = 0.0986
Ysc = 10.1409