### Mathematical Modelling and Control

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# Survey on chemostat models with bounded random input flow

• Received: 27 February 2021 Accepted: 09 March 2021 Published: 19 March 2021
• In this paper we study some chemostat models with random bounded fluctuations on the input flow. We start with the classical chemostat system and obtain new models incorporating, for instance, wall growth and different consumption functions, motivated by phenomena in real devices. In every case, we prove existence and uniqueness of positive global solution, existence of deterministic absorbing and attracting sets and we investigate the internal structure of the attracting sets to obtain detailed information about the long-time dynamics of the systems. This allows us to provide conditions under which either extinction or persistence of the species is ensured, the main goal for practitioners. In addition, we provide several numerical simulations to support the theoretical results.

Citation: Tomás Caraballo, Javier López-de-la-Cruz. Survey on chemostat models with bounded random input flow[J]. Mathematical Modelling and Control, 2021, 1(1): 52-78. doi: 10.3934/mmc.2021005

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• In this paper we study some chemostat models with random bounded fluctuations on the input flow. We start with the classical chemostat system and obtain new models incorporating, for instance, wall growth and different consumption functions, motivated by phenomena in real devices. In every case, we prove existence and uniqueness of positive global solution, existence of deterministic absorbing and attracting sets and we investigate the internal structure of the attracting sets to obtain detailed information about the long-time dynamics of the systems. This allows us to provide conditions under which either extinction or persistence of the species is ensured, the main goal for practitioners. In addition, we provide several numerical simulations to support the theoretical results.

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