Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Union Square 23 (Hilton San Francisco)
#294 - Novel Computational and Experimental Methods in Multiphase Mixing (06006)
This session focuses on approaches to chemical reactor design and modeling using novel computational and experimental methods. Of particular interest in this session is multiphase flow in these reactors. 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
3:15 PMCorrelation Equation of Particle Collision Frequency with Impeller in a Stirred Tank
Mio Isaji, Shinichi Ookawara, Kohei Ogawa
3:40 PMComputation of Interfacial Area Concentration Distribution in Bubble Columns
Richard L. Long, Asem Al Jarrah
4:05 PMComputational Flow Modeling of Multiphase Flow in Microfluidic Devices and Capillaries
L. Srinivasa Mohan, Anirudh Mukhopadhyay, Ahmad H. Haidari
4:30 PMSimulating Fluid-Structure Interaction for Mixing Device Design
Ralf D. Loeffler, Mark Pelzer, Luke Munholand
4:55 PMUsing a Macroscopic Particle Model for Dilute Solid Suspensions
Madhusuden Agrawal, Elizabeth M. Marshall
5:20 PMA New Methodology to Measure the Solids Dispersion in High Pressure Slurry Bubble Column Reactor
Lu Han, Muthanna H. Al-Dahhan

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