Sven-Olof Enfors, PhD
Prof. emeritus, biochemical technology
School of Biotechnology
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
View summary of previous research.
View list of publications.
The new UnPlot2
data scanner is now available (see below)
Textbooks for downloading
Enfors: Fermentation Process Engineering. Theoretical basis and methods of simulation and control of fermentation processes with emphasis on microbial fed-batch and continuous cultures (99 pages). View list of content or download the booklet (.pdf / 8.4 MB):
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A new extended version of this booklet will be available here during 2016.
Enfors: Food microbiology. An introduction to the ecology of microbial food spoilage, and food preservation methods (94 pages). View list of content.
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A MATLAB toolbox for simulation and data plotting with multiple individual axes. SimuPlot is primarily developed for simulation of fermentation processes like fed-batch cultures and chemostats. Also other simulations can be performed by entering user specified models in the SIMSPEC-file that specifies the simulation.
No previous experience of MATLAB is needed to run the included simulation files.
The simulation graph here illustrates start-up and control of a fed-batch fermentation process. When the initial substrate (S) was exhausted after 6 hours a constant feed (F) of concentrated S- solution was started, which stabilized DOT, and switched biomass (X) increase pattern from exponential to approx. linear. At 9 hrs the flow rate F was doubled.
For more info about plotting and simulation functions of SimuPlot 4,
and for free downloading of SimuPlot4: press here
UnPlot2 NEW data scanner (Februari 2016)
A new MATLAB toolbox for converting graphical data to numeric tables: Scan a graph with data plots, or make a screen dump of a figure. Save the figure in .jpg (or other graphic) format. Open this file with UnPlot2. Calibrate the axis, and point with the mouse on the data points, or scan a selected plot in the graph. Save the numeric values as table in a file (.txt) that can be opened in Excel, MATLAB, or other softwares for further handling.
For more info and downloading UnPlot2: press here