Algal biomass and biodiesel production by utilizing the nutrients dissolved in seawater using semi-permeable membrane photobioreactors

@article{Kim2015AlgalBA,
  title={Algal biomass and biodiesel production by utilizing the nutrients dissolved in seawater using semi-permeable membrane photobioreactors},
  author={Z-Hun Kim and Hanwool Park and Young-Jin Ryu and Dong-Woo Shin and Seong-Joo Hong and Hai-Linh Tran and Sang-Min Lim and Choul-Gyun Lee},
  journal={Journal of Applied Phycology},
  year={2015},
  volume={27},
  pages={1763-1773}
}
The objective of this study is developing microalgal culture systems to produce biodiesel with low-energy inputs in the ocean. The semi-permeable membrane photobioreactors (SPM-PBRs), which are capable of transferring nutrients dissolved in seawater into the algal broth while containing the cells inside, were operated in a reservoir containing Incheon coastal seawater in the laboratory to observe biomass dynamics, variations in nutrient concentration, pH, and salinity prior to their deployment… CONTINUE READING
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