Here is the full list of best reference books on Introduction to Biochemical Engineering.
|1. “Biochemical Engineering” by S. Aiba, A.E. Humhrey, N.F. Mills|
|2. “Biochemical Engineering Fundamentals” by J.E. Bailey, D.F. Ollis
Book Review: This book is very successful in combining contemporary engineering concepts with biological concepts and provides a strong understanding to biochemical engineering. The biological concepts in the book enable the students to deal with the major problems in biochemical engineering thereby resulting in the formulation of effective solutions. The book covers many examples that demonstrate the implications of biochemical reactors as well as the basics of biochemical reaction analysis and design.
|3. “Biochemical Reactors” by B. Atkinson
Book Review: This book demonstrates how biochemical reactors put forth various challenges to reaction engineers. The book also covers the characteristics of reactants, catalysts and reaction networks. The book contains chapters on genetic controls of cell metabolism and other relationships in enzyme catalysis. The book covers many examples that demonstrate the implications of biochemical reactors as well as the basics of biochemical reaction analysis and design.
|4. “Biochemical Engineering Fundamentals” by James E. Bailey|
|5. “Sterile Filtration” by M. W. Jornitz|
|6. “BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING” by Sathyanarayana N Gummadi|
|7. “New Trends and Developments in Biochemical Engineering” by Blanch Fiechter Scheper|
|8. “Fundamentals Of Biochemical Engineering” by Rajiv Dutta|
|9. “Biochemical Engineering: A Textbook for Engineers, Chemists and Biologists Presumed” by Fumitake Yoshida, Shigeo Katoh|
|10. “Biochemical Engineering” by John S. Bailey|
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