Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Mason (Hilton San Francisco)
#193 - Laminar Mixing and Mixing Fundamentals (06007)
Blending and mixing phenomena in high-viscosity Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids is of significant industrial interest. Both fundamental and applied contributions were solicited on the fluid dynamic behavior of liquids in laminar flow, mixing equipment for laminar flow applications, and processes utilizing high-viscosity materials. In addition, contributions were also invited on other more fundamental aspects of mixing not limited to laminar flow.
Chair:Julian Fasano
CoChair:Fernando J. Muzzio
8:30 AMExperimental and Correlational Studies of a Vickers-Zimmer Style Polyester Finisher
W. Roy Penney, Anurag Singh
8:55 AMExperimental Investigation of Non-Newtonian Mixing with the Maxblend Impeller
Philippe A. Tanguy, Guillaume Thome, Louis Fradette, Katsuhide Takenaka
9:20 AMPerformance of a Dual Shaft Mixer for Gas-Viscous Liquid Processing
FranÁois Cabaret, Louis Fradette, Philippe A. Tanguy
9:45 AMMeasurements and Simulation of Flooding Characteristics for Gas-Sparged Stirred Vessels with Highly Viscous and Viscoelastic Liquids
Gary K. Patterson
10:10 AMImpact of the Unstable/Neutral Angle on Rate and Extent of Chemical Reaction
Justin P. Lacombe, Fernando J. Muzzio
10:35 AMMenagerie of Topology in 3d Steady Flow
Fernando J. Muzzio, Justin P. Lacombe

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