# Kevin Matthew McKay week 4

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ParametersValues
q0.15
u120
r1
K5
V0.5
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ==Questions== + + *Steady state values (final page has all 3 equations for c. n, and y) + **Click on a large page and it will link to a smaller more readable page (could not figure out how to resize) + *[[Image:Img001.jpg|Page 1]] [[Image:Img002.jpg|PAge 2]] [[Image:Img003.jpg]] + + *How do the steady states depend on the feed rates? + **As feed rates increase, corresponding state variable values increase, but level out at a certain point. + + *How would changing the equation change the dynamics or steady state? + **Well depending on how small either n or c was, the rate of change of steady state could become larger if n or c was very small (below 1) because multiplying by a number below 1 would decrease the larger steady state variable value.

## Current revision

• BIOL398-03/S13:Week 4
• user:Kevin Matthew McKay
• Image is Laura Terada's graph, (my MATLAB was not working)
•  Parameters Values q 0.15 u 120 r 1 K 5 V 0.5

## Questions

• Steady state values (final page has all 3 equations for c. n, and y)
• Click on a large page and it will link to a smaller more readable page (could not figure out how to resize)
• How do the steady states depend on the feed rates?
• As feed rates increase, corresponding state variable values increase, but level out at a certain point.
• How would changing the equation change the dynamics or steady state?
• Well depending on how small either n or c was, the rate of change of steady state could become larger if n or c was very small (below 1) because multiplying by a number below 1 would decrease the larger steady state variable value.