Solid-Liquid, Liquid-Liquid and Gas-Liquid Mixing

Armenante, P. M., New Jersey Institute of Technology

Solid-liquid, liquid-liquid and gas-liquid mixing systems offer unique challenges in commercial applications. Solid-liquid stirred vessels are frequently the largest tanks for agitator application, while liquid-liquid systems are critical for a variety of industrial processes and products. Gas dispersion in stirred liquids is one of the most common industrial operations, including processes such as gas adsorption and chemical reaction, as well as biotechnology applications. This session is open to papers in the fields of solid-liquid, liquid-liquid and gas-liquid mixing. Topics include, but are not limited to, solids suspension, dispersion, mass transfer, agitator design, and experimental techniques. This session also invites contributions in the fundamentals of breakup and coalescence processes, as well as a variety of phenomena in static or dynamically mixed agitated liquid-liquid systems. Also invited are applications in gas-liquid contacting, static and dynamic in-line mixers, ejectors and jets, bubble columns, and aeration tanks with gas diffusers. Contributions are sought on novel work, with particular emphasis on new industrial applications.



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