Design of Real-Time Detection System of Bacteria Concentration Changes in Biological Fermentation
In the process of bio-fermentation, there is a problem of low detection efficiency in the process of recording changes in the concentration of traditional bacterial cells. Therefore, a real-time detection system for the concentration of microbial cells in biological fermentation is designed. In the system hardware design process, the data of microbial concentration changes in the biological fermentation are analyzed to select the system measurement principle. An intermediate conversion circuit is designed based on the measurement principle to complete the system hardware design. The measurement principle is used to derive the software structure of the real-time detection system. Real-time data acquisition and detection are implemented in the software structure to realize system software design. According to the results of simulation experiments, the real-time detection system for the change of bacterial concentration in biological fermentation compares with the traditional detection method, the detection efficiency is improved by 11%, and the operation is stable.
KeywordsBiological fermentation Cell concentration Concentration detection Real-time Detection efficiency
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