Sponsored Webinar: Studying Multiphase Flow and Liquid-Liquid Extraction in COMSOL Multiphysics® This webinar is sponsored by COMSOL and reflects their views, opinions, and insights. Attendance to this webinar is free. Originally delivered Apr 13, 2017 Developed by: Sponsored Two-phase flow mixture model of a liquid-liquid extraction column Type: Archived WebinarLevel: Intermediate Duration: 1 hour PDHs: 0.00 Share This Post: Preview Webinar: Tune into this webinar to learn how to use two-phase flow models for studying liquid-liquid extraction processes and phenomena in COMSOL Multiphysics®. Liquid-liquid extraction is a separation method that is often used in the chemical, food, and cosmetics industries. The principle is to extract compounds from a first phase into a second phase in which the two phases are immiscible. We present two different models of two-phase flow involving immiscible liquids: surface-tracking and dispersed multiphase flow models. The surface-tracking methods can be used for mechanistic studies of droplet coalescence and breakup as well as for understanding the transport and equilibriums across the phase interface in detail. The dispersed multiphase flow model can be used to describe the flow and mass transfer between phases at a larger scale to design equipment for liquid extraction. The distribution of droplet size, coalescence, and droplet breakup mechanisms can also be included in dispersed multiphase flow models. In this webinar, you will learn how to set up and solve the different types of two-phase flow problems for both 2D and 3D models. You can ask questions at the end of the webinar during a Q&A session. Presenter(s): Ed Fontes Ed Fontes is the chief technology officer at COMSOL. He has been with COMSOL since 1999, and was previously the lead developer for the CFD, heat transfer, and chemical engineering products. He received his PhD in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.Read more Valerio Marra Valerio Marra is the marketing director at COMSOL in Burlington, MA. Previous roles include working in applications, technical support, and sales. Valerio received his PhD in fluid machines and energy systems engineering.Read more Checkout Checkout Do you already own this? Log In for instructions on accessing this content. Pricing AIChE Members Free AIChE Undergraduate Student Members Free AIChE Graduate Student Members Free Non-Members $0.00 Sponsored webinars bring technical information from reputable firms and suppliers to AIChE members. The content reflects the views, opinions, and recommendations of the sponsoring organization. AIChE does not warrant or represent, expressly or by implication, the correctness or accuracy of the content of the information presented. As between (1) the AIChE, the presenter and author(s) of this work, their employers, and their employers' officers and directors, and (2) the user/viewer of this work, the user/viewer accepts any legal liability or responsibility whatsoever for the consequence of its use or misuse. Contact information for attendees of this webinar, including email address, will be shared with the sponsoring firm. You will always have the opportunity to unsubscribe from email from that organization.