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First Time In Germany! - Mixing In Stirred Tanks - A One Day Live Training Event - April 20, 2017

Posted By: Tridiagonal Solutions
Date:Wed, 22 Mar 2017, 2:12 p.m.

Mixing is an important unit operation in the process industry involving the reduction of in-homogeneity to achieve a desired product. During scale up, technology transfer and process optimization, mixing calculations need to be performed. This course is designed for chemists and chemical engineers to learn or review mixing calculations and scale up methods. Subsequently, this will provide an opportunity for immediate practical application.

This course will consist of one day of instruction covering these topics: Introduction to mixing in stirred tanks - we will cover mixing technology, concepts and various impeller types and their applications Analyzing a mixing process with different methods of analysis and introduction to correlation based analysis and CFD analysis with design variables and power number, flow number and tip speed Scale-up rules for various processes of miscible liquids - power dissipation, blend time, flow patterns Scale-up examples like scale-up of miscible liquid mixing (batch size example), scale-up of solid-liquid, Solids suspension (dense solids), solids draw-down (lighter solids), scale-up of shear sensitive processes, polymer beads example, fermentation Process (gas-liquid) and crystallization (shear and heat transfer) Use of CFD to address various mixing challenges Hands on session with MixITâ„¢ Enterprise Mixing Analysis Tool - Solving various mixing problems using MixITâ„¢

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