This paper describes the application of dynamic response analysis to a simple first order recirculating aquaculture system and demonstrates how the distribution of ammonia throughout the system may be predicted following dynamic changes. The approach is validated by experimental data obtained for a recirculating system under controlled conditions of mixing and disturbance. It is concluded that unsteady state predictive methods have significant potential application in the context of aquaculture, subject to further refinement in the modelling of biochemical kinetics and liquid mixing. © 1982.
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - May 1982|