Evaluating high solids concentration agitation efficiency using a new power assessment method

Wang, J, Parthasarathy, R, Wu, J and Slatter, P 2011, 'Evaluating high solids concentration agitation efficiency using a new power assessment method', in Prof Zhengming (Bruce) Gao (ed.) Proceedings of International Sympoisum on Mixing in Industrial Processes 7, Beijing, China, 18-22 September 2011, pp. 26-38.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title Evaluating high solids concentration agitation efficiency using a new power assessment method
Author(s) Wang, J
Parthasarathy, R
Wu, J
Slatter, P
Year 2011
Conference name International Sympoisum on Mixing in Industrial Processes 7
Conference location Beijing, China
Conference dates 18-22 September 2011
Proceedings title Proceedings of International Sympoisum on Mixing in Industrial Processes 7
Editor(s) Prof Zhengming (Bruce) Gao
Publisher Beijing University of Chemical Technology
Place of publication Beijing, China
Start page 26
End page 38
Total pages 13
Abstract Usually solids suspension in stirred vessels is evaluated using impeller power input on the basis of volume of vessel or reactor (P/V). However, Drewer et al (2000) suggested that impeller specific power could be determined as impeller power input per unit mass of solids suspended, especially for processes in which the reaction or mass transfer rates are controlled by solid surface area.
Subjects Chemical Engineering Design
Keyword(s) Industrial mixing
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