Photobioreactor Limnospira indica Growth Model: Application From the MELiSSA Plant Pilot Scale to ISS Flight Experiment

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Photobioreactor Limnospira indica Growth Model: Application From the MELiSSA Plant Pilot Scale to ISS Flight Experiment. / Poughon, Laurent; Creuly, Catherine; Gòdia, Francesc; Leys, Natalie; Dussap, Claude-Gilles.

In: Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, Vol. 8, 700277, 25.08.2021, p. 1-11.

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Poughon, L, Creuly, C, Gòdia, F, Leys, N & Dussap, C-G 2021, 'Photobioreactor Limnospira indica Growth Model: Application From the MELiSSA Plant Pilot Scale to ISS Flight Experiment', Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, vol. 8, 700277, pp. 1-11. https://doi.org/10.3389/fspas.2021.700277

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Poughon, L., Creuly, C., Gòdia, F., Leys, N., & Dussap, C-G. (2021). Photobioreactor Limnospira indica Growth Model: Application From the MELiSSA Plant Pilot Scale to ISS Flight Experiment. Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, 8, 1-11. [700277]. https://doi.org/10.3389/fspas.2021.700277

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Poughon L, Creuly C, Gòdia F, Leys N, Dussap C-G. Photobioreactor Limnospira indica Growth Model: Application From the MELiSSA Plant Pilot Scale to ISS Flight Experiment. Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences. 2021 Aug 25;8:1-11. 700277. https://doi.org/10.3389/fspas.2021.700277

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Poughon, Laurent ; Creuly, Catherine ; Gòdia, Francesc ; Leys, Natalie ; Dussap, Claude-Gilles. / Photobioreactor Limnospira indica Growth Model: Application From the MELiSSA Plant Pilot Scale to ISS Flight Experiment. In: Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences. 2021 ; Vol. 8. pp. 1-11.

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abstract = "Bioregenerative life support systems (BLSS) are the foundation stone to self-sustainable manned space missions. The MELiSSA is a BLSS concept that has evolved through a mechanistic engineering approach designed to acquire both theoretical and technical knowledge on each subsystem independently and, therefore, produces the necessary knowledge and experience needed to co-integrate all the subsystems together with a high level of control. One of the subsystems is a photobioreactor colonized by an axenic culture of the cyanobacterium Limnospira indica PCC8005 for revitalizing the air for the crew. This subsystem was extensively studied, and a mass balanced mechanistic model was developed to describe, predict, and control the photobioreactor. The model was based on a light transfer limitation model coupled to a kinetic model for the cyanobacteria growth through a Linear Thermodynamics of Irreversible Processes (LTIP) approach, including substrate limitation. The model was integrated into several hydrodynamic models adapted to several photobioreactors design and experiments, from a 100 L airlift pilot scale ground photobioreactor to a 50 ml membrane photobioreactor for ISS flight. Through this article we detail the principles of this mechanistic model and their application to different photobioreactor scales for predictive and descriptive simulations.",
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