Simulation of Gradostat Using System Simulation Software Tools
AbstractSystem simulations are used for modeling simple and complex processes that can be expressed in terms of ordinary differential equations, differential algebraic equations and discrete event simulation. There are many software tools for system simulations and all of them represent the physical system in a graphical form using many components connected together.
A gradostat is an array of interconnected chemostats (bioreactors) and it is very suitable for modeling and simulation by system simulation tools. In this paper we
demonstrate how to model and run system simulations of 3-vessel gradostat.
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