Experimental Investigation of Fluid Mixing Process with Newly Designed Conduit-Type Mixer and Fin-Type Mixer

Authors: Md. Tauhedul Azam, Donghyuk Kang, Hiroyuki Hirahara, Kazuhisa Murata, Yasufumi Shimoji

ABSTRACT
In the present paper, fluid mixing process in a stirred tank with a newly designed conduit-type mixer has been investigated by the flow visualization and the concentration measurement. The results of the new conduit-type mixer are compared with a conventional fin-type mixer. Although the concentration measurement indicates that the mixing time by the conduit-type mixer is slightly longer than that by the fin-type mixer, the flow visualization shows that the conduit-type mixer generates the wider circulatory flow pattern and stirs the fluid over a vast area of the tank. Consequently, it is indicated that the conduit-type mixer has an advantage to stir the fluid uniformly in space.

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Journal: Journal of Flow Control, Measurement & Visualization
DOI: 10.4236/jfcmv.2019.72008(PDF)
Paper Id: 91606 (metadata)

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