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structure is very resource-intensive. In practice, an optimization process is already underway in the plant’s design; there would be neither a theoretical limit to building these plants without a significant steel structure, using horizontal construction

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1 Introduction During its history, optimization algorithms have been inspired by natural or human-made phenomena to introduce mathematical formulation that can solve problems in different fields of sciences

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1 Introduction Evolutionary Algorithms (EAs) are optimization techniques inspired by biological evolution. They solve complex problems across various domains, like engineering, finance, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and data science [ 1 ]. EAs mimic

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1 Introduction Worldwide, PhotoVoltaic (PV) installation is done at a humongous rate in both on-grid and off-grid configuration [ 1 ]. Various Meta-heuristic Optimization Techniques (MOTs) are implemented to

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. Sampling rate 5 pts/s was preferred. Selecting the baseline mode “autozero” prevents the detector from cutting peak areas at wavelength transitions. Chromatographic conditions used in optimization studies Fig. 1 . Fig. 1. Exemplary procedure of analysis

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) as a statistical approach to optimize the welding parameters for achieving an optimum tensile strength of AA6082 alloy to AISI 304 austenitic stainless steel joints. Pachal et al. [ 22 ] used Taguchi Experiment Design Technique to optimize welding

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Fu, M. C. - Andradottir, S. - Carson, J. S. - Glover, F. - Harrell, C. R.- Ho, Y. C. - Kelly, J. P. -Robinson, S. M. (2000): Integrating Optimization and Simulation: Research and Practice. In: Jones, J. A

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1 Introduction This paper explores the intersection of suppletive allomorphy and phonological optimization. suppletive allomorphy can be defined as two (or more) stored exponents in complementary distribution that realize the same morpho

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Response surface methodology was used to optimize spray-drying process for concentrated orange juice. Independent variables were: inlet air temperature (130–170 ºC) and maltodextrin 12DE content (60–75% wet basis (wb)). Responses variables were powder yield, moisture, and ascorbic acid retention. Moisture content was negatively affected by inlet air temperature, while ascorbic acid retention was directly related. Powder yield and ascorbic acid retention increased with the rise in maltodextrin content, while moisture content was negatively affected by maltodextrin content. Multiple response optimisation indicated that an inlet air temperature of 155 ºC and maltodextrin content of 74% wb were predicted to provide 77% powder yield, 3.7% wb moisture content, and 89% ascorbic acid retention.

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors:
J. A. Grahovac
,
Z. Z. Rončević
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I. Ž. Tadijan
,
A. I. Jokić
, and
J. M. Dodić

Bacillus subtilis is one of the most important producers of diverse antimicrobial compounds. This bacterium grows and produces antibiotics on different substrates. The increase of the antibiotics yield can be achieved by changing the conditions of cultivation and the composition of the culture media. In this study, response surface methodology was used for optimization of glycerol, sodium nitrite, and phosphate content in media for production of antibiotics effective against Staphylococcus aureus. As biosynthesis strain Bacillus subtilis ATCC 6633 was used. The developed model predicts that the maximum inhibition zone radius (38.08 mm) against Staphylococcus aureus and minimal amount of residual nutrients (glycerol 1.75 g l−1, nitrogen 0.21 g l−1, phosphorus 0.18 g l−1) are achieved, when the initial content of glycerol, sodium nitrite, and phosphate are 49.99 g l−1, 1.00 g l−1, and 5.00 g l−1, respectively.

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