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    Flow and Velocity Calculations

    2013 3 7 Flow and Velocity Calculations 2 ASM320 Water and Waste Water Operations Volumetric Flow Rate Q = A V flowrate is equal to area of flow times the velocity of flow Dimensions are L3/T = Volume/Time Typical Units are Gallons/Day Gallons/Min gpm Cubic Feet per second cfs etc Top eq’n shown in units ft3/sec = ft2 x ft

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    2005 9 21 velocity profile shape through yo is not a function of the real roughness scale or simply the logarithmic portion of the velocity profile is independent of the surface roughness under these conditions To understand why recall from 10 that the thickness of the laminar sub layer δs = 5 ν / u So Nikuradse’s findings simply say

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  • Effect of Agitator’s Types on the Hydrodynamic Flow in an

    2020 5 1 The aim of this paper is to study the effect of agitator’s types on the turbulent flows in stirred tanks without and with baffles The hydrodynamics behavior induced by four different agitator’s types a Rushton turbine RT a circular blade turbine CBT a diverging triangular blade turbine DTBT and converging triangular blade turbine CTBT are numerically predicted by solving the

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    Mixing and Blending liquids solids and gases into water

    2012 3 15 Bulk Fluid Velocity tank motion for many turbulent flow applications Computational Fluid Mechanics CFM is a powerful tool that is used to mathematically model fluid flows of different agitator/impeller designs in mixing tanks Mixing of single and multi phase fluids in stirred tank reactors is a common operation in many industries.

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    Estimation of Agitator Flow Shear Rate

    2006 4 7 Velocity distributions were measured in the model mixing vessels using a two dimensional optical fiber LDV system Figure 2 Skin coefficient distribution along a plate normal to an impinging jet where r is the distance from the jet center Re 41 600.

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    Chapter 12

    near the surface A typical vertical velocity profile is shown in Figure 12.1 It has been determined empirically that for most channels the velocity at six tenths of the total depth below the surface is a close approximation to the mean velocity at that vertical line However the average of the velocities at two tenths and eight tenths depth

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    Design and performance of chlorine contact tanks.

    2006 8 11 The design of chlorine contact tanks on the basis of the concept of plug flow assumes that the fluid entering the contact chamber is evenly distributed over the entire cross section of the basin and moves in parallel stream lines with a constant and uniform velocity to the outlet.

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    MOMENTUM ANALYSIS OF FLOW SYSTEMS W

    2013 2 20 velocity to use is the velocity of the exhaust gases relative to the nozzle exit plane that is the relative velocity V → r Since the entire control volume moves at velocity V → CV the relative velocity becomes V → r V → V → CV where V → is the absolute velocityof the exhaust gases i.e the velocity relative to a fixed point

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    CHARACTERIZING IMPELLER PERFORMANCE IN STIRRED

    2019 3 5 Applying pump rules to impellers in stirred tanks Defining efficiency Shear characteristics Time averaged velocity gradient Dispersion of immiscible liquids Trailing vortex Look again at dispersion data Conclusions 2

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    A GUIDE TO OPTIMIZING IN TANK AGITATION

    2021 9 1 Tank mixing eductors are widely used in many applications to effectively and efficiently mix tank solutions Offering many benefits over other approaches such as pipes with holes liquid agitators and pumps tank mixing eductors feature different operating principles and are available in many styles sizes and materials To ensure

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  • Effects of Agitation Aeration and Temperature on

    2018 1 11 Effects of agitation speed and aeration rate on k L a in a 5 L fermentor are shown in Table 1 The k L a values increased as agitation speed and aeration rate increased on bench scale At agitation speeds of 150 to 300 rpm the k L a values ranged from 14.53 to 32.82 h −1.

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    Piloting Bioreactors for Agitation Scale Up

    2010 3 23 P/V and the superficial gas velocity U s which is the gas flow divided by the tank cross sectional area In most pilot reactors the operating conditions have a much higher P/V and much lower U s than is typical of full scale equipment Table 1 illustrates a sample set of variables as a function of scale for a nominal oxygen

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  • Take Mixing to the Max

    2003 7 15 Values of 3 to 6 represent medium intensities and values of 7 to 10 characterize violent agitation This 1 to 10 agitation scale is based on the impeller pumping capacity divided by the tank cross sectional area resulting in a bulk fluid velocity This velocity in feet/minute ft/min then is divided by 6 to obtain the scale of agitation.

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    Optimization of a hydraulic mixing nozzle

    2020 10 13 In industry mixing tanks are used to homogenize two or products that have been combined Chemical and carrier solutions can be mixed and maintained in suspension in a tank using hydraulic mixing nozzles These hydraulic mixing nozzles direct carrier solution flow from the piping system to the storage and mixing tank This ensures sufficient fluid

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    Optimization of a hydraulic mixing nozzle

    2020 10 13 In industry mixing tanks are used to homogenize two or products that have been combined Chemical and carrier solutions can be mixed and maintained in suspension in a tank using hydraulic mixing nozzles These hydraulic mixing nozzles direct carrier solution flow from the piping system to the storage and mixing tank This ensures sufficient fluid

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  • Agitaion and mixing

    2016 1 17 Agitaion and mixing 1 Agitation And Mixing 2 Agitation and Mixing Many operations depend upon effective agitation and mixing of components Agitation induced motion of a material Mixing random distribution of two initially separate phases A single homogeneous material such as water in a tank can be agitated but not mixed until another material is added to tank

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    Eductor Operating Principles

    2016 4 19 jet and the entrained tank liquid The plume emerges with a uniform velocity profile with plenty of momentum left Without a diffuser i.e a solid stream the nozzle jet doesn’t finish transferring momentum to the tank liquid until the plume has just about stopped Using an eductor increases the agitation in a tank.

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    Stokes Law Settling Velocity Deposition

    2018 2 9 Settling Velocity terminal velocity of the particle in this fluid v t where the particle has reached steady state 0.1 9.2x10 8 7 9.0x10 1.0 3.6x10 6 5 3.5x10 10.0 3.1x10 4 3.0x10 3 D p µm τ sec v t m sec 1 for unit density spheres in air at 20oC Junge et al 1961 Summary of Corrections to Stokes Drag Force Name Drag coefficient

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    Critical Settling Velocity settling Velocity Overflow rate

    2016 12 13 a circular clarifier sedimentation tank will be used to treat 3000m3hourly assume the surface area of the tank is 2400 m2 estimate the tank dimensions Solution Water depth = Assume tank diameter = 30m thus number of tank = No of tank = n 302 4 =2400 Thus n = 3.4 take 3 tanks Modify the required diameter 3 𝑑2 4

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  • Fundamentals of Mixing and Agitation

    2020 11 7 Agitation is the result of turbulent fluid motion In most large scale mixing operations a rotating impeller is used to produce liquid flow Turbulence may be generated in four ways by the action of the impeller blade on the liquid by the rubbing of liquid on the walls of the tank by the passage of the liquid around an obstruction or by

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  • Experimental determination of the velocity distribution in

    2021 5 4 Detailed point by point measurements of all three velocity components i.e tangential radial and axial were obtained throughout the vessel and comparisons were made using a non dimensional approach to better understand the effect of the agitation speed on the velocity profiles and to provide a critical insight into the flow moving

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    Micropile Installation Methods and Selection.ppt

    Agitation Tanks Combined Units Batching and Injection Monitoring Equipment Keys to Good Grouting Grout Batching Water added to mixer using calibrated tank or flowmeterWater added to mixer using calibrated tank or flowmeter Cement is batched by weight either in bags or bulk from a silo

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    Design Guide Part Selection

    2020 6 5 Sparging/Gas Liquid Contacting Design Guide Part Selection mott corporation 84 Spring Lane Farmington CT 06032 3159 860 747 6333 Fax 860 747 6739 mottcorp

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  • Fluid Dynamics of a Single Use Stirred Tank Bioreactor

    2015 9 23 These computations were carried out for a fully resolved vessel geometry including baffles and impeller The model predicted both the velocity profiles and tracer concentrations for simulated addition of 100 mL of a 15 salt solution to a fully developed flow of

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    Guidelines for Estimation of Shear Wave Velocity Profiles

    2020 1 1 ground motion prediction equations use the shear wave velocity of the top 30 m of the subsurface profile VS30 as the primary parameter for characterizing the effects of sediment stiffness on ground motions This report presents guidelines for estimating the shear wave velocity profiles in the absence of site specific shear wave velocity data.

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    Fluid Mechanics II Viscosity and shear stresses

    2011 10 3 rigid surface y = 0 figure 2 the fluid velocity is equal the surface velocity no slip condition and the shear force on a solid wall can be found from the value of the velocity gradient on the wall figure 2 For a uniform flow τ is constant along the wall and the value of the shear force acting on area A of the wall is F τ = Aµ

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  • Local Flow Velocity Measurements in Stirred Tanks by Ultra

    Ultrasound Doppler Velocimetry UDV was successfully applied for measuring the three dimensional velocity profiles of sand water slurry in a cylindrical tank equipped with a 45 pitched blade turbine.

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  • Process Engineering

    2006 11 1 Tank shape and design details are integral parts of the agitator design Dished bottoms and baffles help prevent settling in cylindrical tanks Baffles impart a high vertical component of velocity help eliminate dead zones and can allow high agitator speeds before aeration occurs.

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    Measurement of Flow Rate Velocity Profile and Friction

    2007 10 19 3 Calculate velocity distribution profiles for the tested pipe using Equation 3 Plot the measured velocity profile including the velocity total uncertainties calculated for centerline and near the wall measurements Compare the measured velocity distribution with the

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    Predicting the velocity distribution of Rushton turbine

    2014 4 17 ity profile for polymeric fluids at discharge plane of Rushton tur bine impeller in mixing tanks Most of them though are concerned with measurements of velocity profiles in water representing the agitation of low viscous inelastic fluids Thus there is a lack of experimental data for the velocity pro files of polymeric fluids in mixing

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  • TANK COILS

    The heat transfer is usually improved by agitation of the liquid contained in the tank See Agitated Vessel Heat Transfer Agitated Vessel Mass Transfer and Agitation Devices Unless agitation is employed the heat transfer at the vessel wall or across the coil will depend on natural convection within the liquid in the tank which is not particularly efficient see Free Convection .

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    Mixing Fundamentals

    vessel intermixing material in one part of the tank with another prevents solids from settling out and produces flow over heating or cooling coils when necessary Fluid shear in the form of turbulent eddies is essential to micro mixing within the large velocity streams breaking up gas bubbles or immiscible liquids into small droplets.

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    Fluid Mechanics II Viscosity and shear stresses

    2011 10 3 rigid surface y = 0 figure 2 the fluid velocity is equal the surface velocity no slip condition and the shear force on a solid wall can be found from the value of the velocity gradient on the wall figure 2 For a uniform flow τ is constant along the wall and the value of the shear force acting on area A of the wall is F τ = Aµ

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    Fluid Mechanics II Viscosity and shear stresses

    2011 10 3 rigid surface y = 0 figure 2 the fluid velocity is equal the surface velocity no slip condition and the shear force on a solid wall can be found from the value of the velocity gradient on the wall figure 2 For a uniform flow τ is constant along the wall and the value of the shear force acting on area A of the wall is F τ = Aµ

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