# Matthew E. Jurek Week 4

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*As the feed rates increase, so to do the steady states. An increase in feed will increase the steady state because there are more nutrients available and thus the conversion rate is greater. | *As the feed rates increase, so to do the steady states. An increase in feed will increase the steady state because there are more nutrients available and thus the conversion rate is greater. | ||

*The dynamics will change in that the factors are added as opposed to multiplied. A decrease will be seen as the overall values will be decreased by a magnitude of order. Simply adding the values together will create lesser value than when multiplied. | *The dynamics will change in that the factors are added as opposed to multiplied. A decrease will be seen as the overall values will be decreased by a magnitude of order. Simply adding the values together will create lesser value than when multiplied. |

## Revision as of 03:00, 8 February 2013

Matthew E. Jurek BIOL398-03/S13

## Contents |

## Assignment Page

- BIOL398-03/S13:Week_2
- BIOL398-03/S13:Week 3
- BIOL398-03/S13:Week 4
- BIOL398-03/S13:Week_5
- BIOL398-03/S13:Week_6
- BIOL398-03/S13:Week_8
- BIOL398-03/S13:Week_9
- BIOL398-03/S13:Week_11
- BIOL398-03/S13:Week_12
- BIOL398-03/S13:Week_13
- BIOL398-03/S13:Week_14

## User Page

- Matthew E. Jurek Week 2
- Matthew E. Jurek Week 3
**Matthew E. Jurek Week 4**- Matthew E. Jurek Week 5
- Matthew E. Jurek Week 6
- Anthony J. Wavrin/Matthew E. Jurek Metabolic Pathways Project
- Matthew E. Jurek Week 8
- Matthew E. Jurek Week 9
- Matthew E. Jurek Week 11
- Matthew E. Jurek Week 12
- Matthew E. Jurek Week 13
- Matthew E. Jurek Week 14
- Final Presentation

## Given Conditions

Parameter | Parameter Value |
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q | 0.15 |

un | 120 |

r | 1.0 |

K | 5 |

v | 0.5 |

uc | 60 |

## Change in Q

Parameter | Parameter Value |
---|---|

q | 0.25 |

un | 120 |

r | 1.0 |

K | 5 |

v | 0.5 |

uc | 60 |

## Change in un

Parameter | Parameter Value |
---|---|

q | 0.15 |

un | 200 |

r | 1.0 |

K | 5 |

v | 0.5 |

uc | 60 |

## Change in r

Parameter | Parameter Value |
---|---|

q | 0.15 |

un | 120 |

r | 2.0 |

K | 5 |

v | 0.5 |

uc | 60 |

## Change in K

Parameter | Parameter Value |
---|---|

q | 0.15 |

un | 120 |

r | 1.0 |

K | 10 |

v | 0.5 |

uc | 60 |

## Change in V

Parameter | Parameter Value |
---|---|

q | 0.15 |

un | 120 |

r | 1.0 |

K | 5 |

v | 1.0 |

uc | 60 |

## Change in uc

Parameter | Parameter Value |
---|---|

q | 0.15 |

un | 120 |

r | 1.0 |

K | 5 |

v | 0.5 |

uc | 30 |

## Steady State Exercise

[1] [2] http://openwetware.org/images/3/38/Page_3.pdf]

- As the feed rates increase, so to do the steady states. An increase in feed will increase the steady state because there are more nutrients available and thus the conversion rate is greater.
- The dynamics will change in that the factors are added as opposed to multiplied. A decrease will be seen as the overall values will be decreased by a magnitude of order. Simply adding the values together will create lesser value than when multiplied.