Thursday, November 16, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
California Room (Hilton San Francisco)
#554 - Multiphase Mixing I: Gas-Liquid Mixing (06000)
The session will address the fundamental and practical issues of multiphase mixing with emphasis on gas-liquid systems. This includes hydrodynamics and mass transfer Papers covering tools to model, measure and understand the phenomena are expected.
Chair:Piero M. Armenante
CoChair:Richard V. Calabrese
12:30 PMWelcoming Remarks
12:33 PMStirred Tanks: a Physical Explanation for the Exponents of Classical Empirical Mass Transfer Equations
Mariano Martín, Francisco J. Montes, Miguel A. Galán
12:54 PMCharacterization of the Gas Dispersion Capabilities of the Bt-6 Impeller
Kevin J. Myers, Eric E. Janz, Julian B. Fasano
1:15 PMOn-Line Measurement and Power Consumption on Gas-Liquid Agitated Systems
Thiago Fermozelli Ganino, Jose Geraldo C. Pradella, Jose Roberto Nunhez
1:36 PMSimulating Gas-Liquid Flow in Aerated Stirred Bioreactors Based on Cfd-Pbm Model
Haijun Sun, Robert Kiss
1:57 PMEffect of Scale on the Hydrodynamics of Low L/D Internal Gaslift Loop Reactor for Anaerobic Digester Applications
Mehul Vesvikar, Muthanna H. Al-Dahhan
2:17 PMGas Holdup in Bubble Columns with and without Vibrating Internals
V. Balamurugan, D. Subbarao
2:37 PMConcluding Remarks
2:40 PMGas-Liquid Flow in a Rectangular Partially Aerated Bubble Column: Combined Effect of Aspect Ratio and Superficial Gas Velocity
M. Elena Diaz, Francisco J. Montes, Miguel A. Galan

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