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Mixing In Stirred Tanks - A One-Day Training course, NJ, 5th November 2015

Posted By: Tridiagonal Solutions
Date:Thu, 15 Oct 2015, 1:42 p.m.

The course will communicate principles of mixing in stirred tanks, provide recommendations for process design and scale-up, plus enable participants to apply these principles and recommendations to their mixing processes/problems. Additionally the course will explain how “MixIT – an enterprise software to predict stirred tank performance” can help to facilitates knowledge management, collaboration and use of mixing science within a global organization to accelerate reactor design, process scale up, process optimization and troubleshooting associated with stirred tanks.


- Introduction to Mixing in Stirred Tanks - Mixing technology and concepts - Various Impeller types and their application - Scale-up Rules for various processes - Mixing of Miscible liquids - Power dissipation - Blend time - Flow patterns - Gas-Liquid mixing - Gassed Power consumption - Gas hold-up - Gas liquid mass transfer - Solid-liquid mixing - Critical impeller speed for solid suspension - Solid-liquid mass transfer - Use of CFD to address various mixing issues - Hands on session with “MixIT” - Solve various mixing problems using MixIT

Why You Should Attend?

The course format combines lectures, demonstrations, and problem-solving sessions, helping you to:

Classify good/bad mixing Predict a priori various mixing parameters using correlations and CFD models Learn technical approaches for scale-up, trouble shooting and mixing process optimization.

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