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The cell separation from the dilute suspension requires a variety of operations which are not needed, otherwise. Owing primarily to the organic character of the cell and the rich content in water, the suspension, once concentrated, tends to exhibit the non-Newtonian behavior. e. drying and so on), all of which are the subjects adjunct to the separation, abound with problems still remaining to be dissolved in regard to the non-Newtonian characteristics. One of the points to feature the cell separation is that the filtrate or effluent must usually be free from undue damages on flavor and taste as experienced in the brewing industry and/or must be least in number concentration of coliform bacteria as required in the sedimentation of activated sludge in the biological treatment of sewage.
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13) The turbidity, - l o g T of the suspension after A t, - l o g T = k I -~d~(N 1 +/INx)+~,2~d2pAN 2 . (14) Substituting Eqs. (12) and (13) into Eq. (14), and rearranging, n v2( N 1 - K ~ N ~ At + -1f ~K~ N~At) -logT=kx--~d (15) 42 S. Aiba and M. Nagatani Then, A(-logT)=(-logT)-(-logTO =-kt--~dvKttN 1 1 - At, (16) A(-logT/-logT~)=-Kx~N~(1-2)At d(-l°gT/-l°gT1)= ° ( -2) dt =-Kll 1N1. 07) Fig. 6 shows an example of the rate of flocculation of the Chlorella cells in the agitated vessel (Fig. 1). By drawing tangents at the origin to each curve in the figure and by determining the slope, the values of the reaction-rate at t = 0 can be plotted against N1 in a logarithmic paper (see solid circles in Fig.
Advances in Biochemical Engineering, Volume 001 by T.K. Ghose ,A. Fiechter