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Proceedings of the 2005, American Control Conference, 2005.
A rotating disk bioreactor (RDB) produces cohesive cellulose gels rapidly because of the high surface area, high volumetric efficiency, and low power consumption. A novel feature of the RDB that we have developed is that solids added to the medium enter the gel and are held at selected locations. Different solid materials such as silica gel, glass spheres, metallic powders, carbon, and common plant cellulose can be incorporated into the gel and gradients, stripes or bands of solids can bedoi:10.1109/acc.2005.1470474 fatcat:ttua47janrafjdertwl6rgqtva