Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Union Square 23 (Hilton San Francisco)
#249 - Novel Computational and Experimental Methods in Mixing (06005)
This session focuses on approaches to chemical reactor design and modeling using novel computational and experimental methods. The theme of the session is the improved design and analysis of chemical reactors, by more accurate prediction of the momentum, heat and mass transfer within them. We encourage papers that focus on novel applications of modeling and experimental techniques for chemical reactor design, scale up and optimization. Contributions can range from fundamental studies to improvement of existing techniques and models, with emphasis on application to industrial processes.
Chair:Elizabeth M. Marshall
CoChair:Gary K. Patterson
12:30 PMWelcoming Remarks
12:33 PMMillisecond Mixing of Two Liquid Sheets in a Jet Nozzle
Yi Cheng, Peicheng Luo, Yongzhi Zhao, Wanhong Yang
12:54 PMExperimental and Cfd Studies on Micromixing in a Multi-Inlet Vortex Mixer (Mivm)
Ying Liu, Chungyin Cheng, Robert K. Prud'homme, Rodney O. Fox
1:15 PMLarge Eddy Simulation of an Inline Rotor-Stator Mixer and Comparison with High Resolution Piv Measurements
Karl R. Kevala, Richard V. Calabrese, Keith E. Johnson, Kenneth T. Kiger, Farzin Shakib, Mark Whaley
1:36 PMBreak up of Nanoparticle Clusters Using an in-Line Rotor-Stator- Validated Cfd Result
Jerzy Baldyga, Wojciech Orciuch, Lukasz Makowski, Gül Nerime Özcan-Taskin, Warren Eagles
1:57 PMDesign of a Low Shear Hydrofoil through the Use of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Multi-Objective Design Optimization
Nicolas Spogis, Jose Roberto Nunhez
2:18 PMEffect of Paddle Position and Tablet Location on the Hydrodynamics of Usp Dissolution Testing Apparatus 2
Ge Bai, Piero M. Armenante, Russell V. Plank, Michael Gentzler, Kenneth J. Ford, Paul Harmon

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