Processing & Handling :: Liquid, Gas and Air Handling :: Mixing
July 1, 2011
Gas-Liquid Mixing: Physical Considerations
Gas-liquid reactors in the chemical process industries (CPI) are increasingly designed to handle larger manufacturing scales. Since gas-liquid reactors can represent substantial capital and operating costs for the user, optimizing mixing and maximizing productivity are critical. The need for efficiency at larger scales places more importance on understanding the physical phenomena of mixing and more of a burden on equipment design...
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