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In the framework of environment preservation, microalgae biotechnology appears to be a promising alternative for CO<sub>2</sub> mitigation. Implementation of advanced control strategies can be further considered to improve potential performances of these organisms. In this context, this paper proposes the implementation of predictive control combined with(More)
Microalgae present a very promising alternative for carbon dioxide mitigation strategies. These unicellular photosynthetic microorganisms fix carbon dioxide efficiently, converting it into biomass and high-value compounds. One of the control system challenges is to maximize carbon dioxide consumption by maintaining the cellular concentration to an optimal(More)
Microalgae consume carbon dioxide for their growth and to produce secondary metabolites. One of the control system challenges is to maximize this carbon dioxide consumption by controlling microalgae growth, and by maintaining its growth rate at an optimal value. However, there is no such thing as a microalgae growth rate sensor. This paper proposes a(More)
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