BIOMASS PRODUCTION Chlorella vulgaris BUITENZORG USING SERIES OF BUBBLE COLUMN PHOTO BIOREACTOR WITH A PERIODIC ILLUMINATION

Anondho Wijanarko, Dianursanti ., Muryanto ., Josia Simanjuntak, Praswasti Pembangun Dyah Kencana Wulan, Heri Hermansyah, Misri, Roekmijati Widaningroem Soemantojo

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Abstract

Chlorella vulgaris Buitenzorg cultivation using three bubble column photo bioreactors arranged in series with a volume of 200 mL for 130 hours shows an increase of biomass production of Chlorella vulgaris Buitenzorg up to 1.20 times and a decrease of the ability of CO2 fixation compared to single reactor at a periodic sun illumination cycle. The operation conditions on cultivation are as following: T, 29.0oC; P,1 atm.; UG, 2.40 m/h; CO2, 10%; Benneck medium; and illumination source by Phillip Halogen Lamp 20W /12V/ 50Hz. Other research parameters such as microbial carbon dioxide transferred rate (qco2), CO2 transferred rate (CTR), energy consumption for cellular formation (Ex), and cultural bicarbonate species concentration [HCO3] also give better results on series of reactor.
Original languageEnglish
JournalMAKARA Journal of Technology Series
Volume12
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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