Mixing and Blending: Combining Liquids

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Description

Mixing and blending liquids is arguably one of the most important and ubiquitous unit operations across all industry sectors within the diverse chemical process industries (CPI). Yet engineering challenges arise at many points in the process, from selecting and specifying the best mixer to meet the technical needs of the process and operating and maintaining mixers in the most optimal way, to meet technical, financial, environmental and safety objectives.

This collection of practical tutorial-style engineering articles provides informative, actionable information for process engineers and other technical professionals throughout the CPI.

Several articles focus on specific mixer options, including high-shear mixers, static mixers, continuous stirred-tank reactors, agitated reactors and more. Others emphasis how to blend challenging liquids, with several articles focused on viscosity-related issues. Learn techniques and design options to ensure worker safety and sound environmental performance, and tips for selecting the best materials of construction to ensure compatibility with challenging liquids.

Delivered in a PDF format, 152 pages.

Articles Include:

High-Shear Mixing: Don’t Fall Victim to Common Misconceptions

Don’t Be Baffled By Static Mixers

Mechanical Design Aspects for High-Performance Agitated Reactors

Viscosity: The Basics

Ten Things You May Not Know About Liquid Mixing Scaleup

Effective Agitator Operation and Maintenance

Liquid Mixing in Stirred Tanks

Beyond Simple Mixing

Gas-Liquid Mixing: Physical Considerations

Millichannel Reactors: A Practical Middle Ground for Production

Fundamentals of High-Shear Dispersers

CSTRs: Bound for Maximum Conversion

High-Shear Mixing

The Unexpected Rewards of Testing a Mixer

Photochemical Processes in Stirred Tank Reactors

Inline Viscosity Measurements

Mixers: Four Innovations Worth a Closer Look

Making Emulsions

CFD: Driving Engineering Productivity

Portable CFD: Build Interpolation Models from CFD results

Increase Productivity Through Better Gas-Liquid Mixing

From Batch to Continuous Processing

CSTR Design for Reversible Reactions

Viscosity Measurement