10th European Conference on Mixing by H.E.A. van den Akker (Editor), J.J. Derksen (Editor)

By H.E.A. van den Akker (Editor), J.J. Derksen (Editor)

Often, fluid blending and the comparable multiphase contacting strategies have continuously been considered as an empirical know-how. Many facets of combining, dispersing and contacting have been relating to energy draw, yet knowing of the phenomena used to be restricted or qualitative on the such a lot.

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The profile of the Rushton turbine shows clearly that the vortices are moving upwards since the peak values are shifted slightly to the right in Figure 6. It is interesting to note that the peak value of the profile for the PBT has decreased, whereas the profile between the vortex and the shaft is at the same level as at the position shown in Figure 5. Fig. 5. Turbulence distribution I 4. Fig. 6. Turbulence distribution II CONCLUDING REMARKS The flow fields, the trailing vortex systems and the turbulence characteristics of three different types of impellers were investigated in detail by means of high resolution LDAmeasurements within and in the vicinity of the impellers.

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The mean velocity components were 12 Fig. 3a. Impeller flow field at t) = 20 ~ for RT Fig. Impeller flow field at 0 = 30~ for PBT Fig. 3c. Impeller flow field at r = 60 ~ for HI normalised with the blade tip velocity Vttpand are denoted U/V,p, V/Vapand W/V,p for the radial, tangential and axial components, respectively. The Rushton turbine generates a pair of trailing vortices behind each blade which leave the impeller region with the radial jet and dissipate within a distance of one impeller radius from the outer tip of the blade.

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