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By Hendrikus Egidius Antonia van den Akker; J J Derksen

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ISBN-10: 1281048410

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Commonly, fluid blending and the similar multiphase contacting tactics have constantly been considered as an empirical know-how. Many elements of combining, dispersing and contacting have been concerning energy draw, yet figuring out of the phenomena used to be constrained or qualitative on the such a lot. specifically over the past decade, in spite of the fact that, plant operation objectives have tightened and product standards became stricter. Read more...

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92, the wall jet is about to impinge on the top of the tank. 0. The Rei required to attain fully turbulent flow clearly increases with z/T. There is some effect of C/D, but this is difficult to define with the limited data reported here. 92 22 4. CONCLUSIONS The objective of this work was to carefully examine the limits of fully developed turbulence in the bulk of a stirred tank. 5, the upper third of the tank drops into the transitional flow regime at Rex=2xl 04. 667. This result has implications for many industrial applications with surface feed, or with dip pipes in the top third of the tank.

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IMPELLER EFFICIENCY & SCALING One of the most important criteria in impeller selection is the power consumption (energy expenditure) required for a particular mixing performance. Consideration will be restricted here to blending of water-like 'thin' miscible fluids only. 33 [4,27]. This is well established and supported by the findings of most if not all investigators. It has also been reported that at equal D / T and power draw blend or mixing time is only a function of the power input and is independent of impeller type [4,28].

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