Fluid mixing and gas dispersionin agitated tanks
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Fluid mixing and gas dispersionin agitated tanks by Gary B. Tatterson

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English


  • Mixing.,
  • Liquids.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementGary B. Tatterson..
LC ClassificationsTP156.M5
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 548 p. :
Number of Pages548
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20949477M
ISBN 100070629331

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Dispersion of gas in liquid Flooding of impeller Recommended gas flow-rate VVM = 1 ÷1,5 (volumetric flow of gas per liquid volume per minute) Size of dispersed bubbles d b (P/V)–0,4 e.g. water –air: 3,4 3 16,6 T d Fr nd V g 4 02 0, 4 0,6 0,5 / 4,15 P V c d v b. Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Wall functions have been used to impose a no-slip boundary condition at an impermeable wall. Flow L TANK WALL N DETECTOR LOCATION SECTiON AA F N/I eC~ = Z2~5o ~ BOTTOM SURFACE - 54 = z-etC s= z-ait Fig. 1. Solution domain. Table t. The details of eq. (1) Fluid mechanics and blending in agitated tanks Table by:   Kemoun A, Lusseyran F, Mahouast M, Mallet J () Experimental determination of the complete reynolds stress tensor in fluid agitated by a Rushton turbine. In: Eight European conference on mixing, Cambridge IChemE Symposium Series No , pp – (ISBN ) Google ScholarCited by: 3.

[31][32][33][34] ERT has been used in various chemical engineering processes such as, to name a few, solid-liquid mixing, 35, 36 and non-Newtonian fluid mixing. 9,37 In this study, ERT was used to. Agitation is a means whereby mixing of phases can be accomplished and by which mass and heat transfer can be enhanced between phases or with external surfaces. In its most general sense, the process of mixing is concerned with all combinations of phases like Gas, Liquid, solid. It is the heart of the chemical industry. Mixing in liquid-jet-agitated tanks has been studied experimentally and numerically. A bottom-pump-around tank with a symmetric jet and another with an asymmetric jet arrangement were used.   Three Steps to Better Mixing The rotating impeller imparts motion and shear to the fluid, inducing mixing. The type of impeller employed depends on the nature of the task. Often, the same stirred vessel is required to perform various duties. Tatterson, G. B., Fluid Mixing and Gas Dispersion in Agitated Tanks, McGraw-Hill Inc., 5.