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The overflow from the first vessel passes to the second, and so on down the chain. Since mixing is assumed to be perfect, the overflow from each vessel has the same composition as its contents. The overflow from the ù th fermenter passes to a separator (an elutriator or a continuous centrifuge) which returns a faction a of the emergent fluid volume and a fraction b of the organisms to the first fermenter. The other portion of the overflow, constituting the effluent, contains nutrilite at concentration s and organisms at concentration x ; it is required to find s and x under given conditions.

But it will be seen that our procedure can still be applied, at least in principle, if Y is a function of s and the dependence of ì on s is different from that given above. This discussion leads to a set of equations connecting the concentration of organisms (or limiting nutrilite) with the parameters of the system. The equations cannot be solved analytically, but a few representative numerical solutions have been obtained by means of a digital computer. We next show that as the number of fermenters in the chain is increased, the behaviour of the system approaches that of an ideal tubular fermenter with plug flow, having the same total volume and degree of feedback.

E. by a different choice of the diameter and the placing of the pipes under consideration, and also by changing the speed of the fluid. ). Now, our task is to write down the fundamental equation for P(N' Ëæ, N iST, r), i. e. for the probability that at the time t the number of organisms of both types in the vessel in question is equal to N^t) and N (t) and the number of organisms of both types in the proceeding vessels is equal to Nfa) and N'(t), respectively. Having started from the above-mentioned elementary probabilities and proceeding in a usual way, we get the equation 19 2 22 24 12 V ly 2 2 Ñ(Ëæ, N' , N 2 1} N) = 2 = [P(N[, N' , Í, + l, N ) (N, + 1) - P{N' N' , N NJNJ ä, + + [P(N' N' , N N )N ] ä + 2 V 2 2 lt 2 13 N + 1) (N + 1) - P(N[, ly 2 N 2 1} + [P(N[ + 1, Í' , Í, - I, N ) (N[ + 1) - Ñ(Í„ Ë 2 2 N' , N 2 + [P(N[, N' + l, N 2 2 NJN$ lt N - 1) (N' + 1) - P(N[, N' , N ly 2 t t 2 D' + N )N' ] lt 2 D' + 2 + [P(N[, N' , Í, + 1, N ) (N, + 1) - P ( W ; , N' , N NJNJ D" + + [ P ( # ; , N' , N N )N ] D" + 2 2 2 lt 2 2 2 + [Ñ(Í' , N' , Í, -A,N+ ÷ 2 2 + [P(N[, N' , Í, + É,Í,-l) 2 lt N + 1) (AT, + 1) - P(N[, N' , N + [P(N[, N' , Í, -2,N 2 2 + 1) (N + 1) - Ñ(Í[, ly 2 N )N ] ì 22 1) (N + 1) - P(N[, N' , Í» N )N ] ì 21 2 2 N' , N 2 2 l3 t 2 2 2 2 (Í, + 1) - P(N[, N' , N NJNJ 2 u ì 12 + + .

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