Power characteristics of in-line rotor stator mixers

Magdalena Jasińska,

Jerzy Bałdyga,

Mike Cooke,

Adam J. Kowalski

Abstrakt

Methods that can be used to predict agitation power of the in-line rotor-stator mixers are considered in this paper. Results of experimental investigations and CFD modeling are presented and interpreted theoretically for the Silverson rotor-stator (150/250) MS mixer. Results of theoretical analysis lead to extended version of previously used correlation.

Słowa kluczowe: mixing, mixing power, rotor-stator
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