Optimization of outdoor cultivation in flat panel airlift reactors for lipid production by Chlorella vulgaris.

@article{Mnkel2013OptimizationOO,
  title={Optimization of outdoor cultivation in flat panel airlift reactors for lipid production by Chlorella vulgaris.},
  author={Ronja M{\"u}nkel and Ulrike Schmid-Staiger and Achim Werner and T. Hirth},
  journal={Biotechnology and bioengineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={110 11},
  pages={2882-93}
}
Microalgae are discussed as a potential renewable feedstock for biofuel production. The production of highly concentrated algae biomass with a high fatty acid content, accompanied by high productivity with the use of natural sunlight is therefore of great interest. In the current study an outdoor pilot plant with five 30 L Flat Panel Airlift reactors (FPA) installed southwards were operated in 2011 in Stuttgart, Germany. The patented FPA reactor works on the basis of an airlift loop reactor and… CONTINUE READING
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