A review of applications of cavitation in biochemical engineering/biotechnology

@inproceedings{Gogate2009ARO,
  title={A review of applications of cavitation in biochemical engineering/biotechnology},
  author={Parag R. Gogate and Abhijeet M. Kabadi},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract Cavitation results in the generation of hot spots, highly reactive free radicals, and turbulence associated with liquid circulation currents, which can result in the intensification of various physical/chemical operations. The present work provides an overview of the applications of the cavitation phenomenon in the specific area of biochemical engineering/biotechnology, discussing the areas of application, the role of cavitation, the observed enhancement and its causes by highlighting… CONTINUE READING

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