ChE 460/ChE 560, Fall 2009
Exam II
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 3 Questions for 60 Points
1. (25 points) Consider the following reaction
C6 H12 O6 + N H3 0.59CH1.74 N0.2 O0.45 (biomass)
+0.43C3 H8 O3 + 1.54CO2 + 1.3C2 H5 OH + 0.0036H2 O
1. Det
ChE 460/ChE 560, Fall 2007
Exam III
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors
1. (30 points) Anaerobic digestion is the degradation of complex organic matter to gaseous
products, CO2 and CH4 . Although the complete process involves complex interacting
micro
ChE 460/ChE 560, Final Exam Fall 2009
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors 4 Questions for 100 Points
If you still login . I have included partial to complete solutions to the problems. For problem
1, when you calculate the slopes using the graphs you
ChE 460/ChE 560, Fall 2009
Exam I
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 4 Questions for 60 Points
1. (10 points) Consider the case of an immobilized enzyme system under mass transfer limitation.
Ignore all units for this problem.
Answer the following q
ChE 460/ChE 560, Fall 2010
Exam I
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 4 Questions for 100 Points
1. (25 points) Consider this enzyme reaction involving two substrates, A and B . Two products
are formed, Y and Z
k1
E + A EA
k-1
k
EA + B 2 EZ + Y
k
EZ
ChE 460/ChE 560, Fall 2011
Exam I
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 4 Questions for 100 Points
1. (25 points) Analyze the data from the following enzyme kinetics experiments. The substrate is catechol
and the enzyme being studied is ortho-diphenol
ChE 460/ChE 560, Fall 2006
Exam II
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors
1. (20 points) Examine the growth data in the gure and answer the following questions
1. Calculate the growth rates (20 points)
2. Comment on the plateau between about 3 hours and
ChE 460/ChE 560, Fall 2007
Exam II
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors
1. (30 points) Consider the following DNA that encodes a hypothetical protein in a hypothetical organism. Transcription starts at and includes the C/G base pair shown in
bold. The
ChE 460/ChE 560, Fall 2011
Exam II
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 3 Questions for 75 Points
Please be brief and clear. One side of the paper ONLY!
1. (25 points) Consider the following reaction
C6 H12 O6 + N H3 0.59CH1.74 N0.2 O0.45 (biomass)
+0
/
ChE 460j560-Introduction
to Bioprocess Engineering
Exam III, Fall 2003 - Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors
1. Serratia marcescens are used for production
gen uptake rate of Serratia
marcescens
The maximum specifc oxy-
in batch culture is 5 mmol O2
ChE 460/ChE 560, Fall 2006
Exam III
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors
Your answers should be on ONLY ONE side of the paper
Do ALL three questions - Be brief, clear, to the point
1. (20 points) Consider data in this table below
LPS
concentration
unit
ChE 460/ChE 560, Fall 2009
Exam III
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 3 Questions for 60 Points
There are partial to in some cases detailed solutions to the exam. You should be able to use this and
gure out anything else that may be missing. Of cou
ChE 460/ChE 560, Fall 2011
Exam III
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 3 Questions for 100 Points
1. (30 points) Consider the following data for the concentration of dissolved oxygen concentration versus time in a fermenter. The air/oxygen supply wa
ChE 460/ChE 560, Fall 2011
Final Exam
Open Book, Open Notes, Closed Neighbors, 3 Questions for 20 Points
1. The following data were obtained for the growth of a strain Lactobacillus with glucose
as growth-limiting substrate in the presence of excess nitro