Studies of a mixing process by using the various types of magnetic particles as active micro-stirrers

Maciej Konopacki,

Artur Frąckowiak,

Piotr Tabero,

Karol Fijałkowski,

Marek Rakoczy

Abstrakt

The main purpose of this report is to present the effect of various types of magnetic particles on the mixing time. The magnetic particle may be treated as a miniaturized mixer and it may offer a unique, alternative approach to mixing. The obtained results suggest, that the mixing time under the rotating magnetic field (RMF) may be worked by using the relation between the mixing time number and the modified Reynolds number.

Słowa kluczowe: mixing process, mixing time, magnetic particles, magnetic field
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