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"Advances in Industrial Mixing" is an updated version of the "Handbook of Industrial Mixing" (1). The unchanged text of the "Handbook of Industrial Mixing" is provided electronically (on the accompanying DVD), and only the new or substantially revised contents are provided in the hard copy.....In summary, "Advances in Industrial Mixing" provides an expansion to the "Handbook of Industrial Mixing" (1), including new developments in both experimental and numerical approaches and new methods developed based on more extensive data for assessing mixing quality. With regards to the issues raised in industry, a wide range of new materials are added in this volume, such as health and safety, and mixing in water, food and the pharmaceutical industry. (Johnson Matthey Technol. Rev., 2017, 61:4)
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Suzanne M. Kresta is a professor in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering at the University of Alberta. Arthur W. Etchells III is a retired DuPont Fellow with over forty years consulting in industrial mixing. David S. Dickey is a consultant specializing in mixing processes and equipment with MixTech, Inc. He has more than forty years experience with mixing processes and equipment. Victor Atiemo-Obeng is retired from The Dow Chemical Company where he worked as a scientist in the Engineering Science and Market Development department. The North American Mixing Forum provides an opportunity for dialogue about mixing problems in a wide range of industrial applications.
Contributors List xxxix Editors Introduction xliii Contents of the DVD, Including Instructional Videos lvii A Technical Definition of Mixing 1 Joelle Aubin and Suzanne M. Kresta Range of Industrial Mixing Applications 2 Three Dimensions of Segregation: A Technical Definition of Mixing 3 Identifying Mixing Problems: Defining the Critical Scales and Process Objectives 5 Notation 9 References 9 1a Residence Time Distributions 11 E. Bruce Nauman 1a-1 Introduction 12 1b Mean Age Theory for Quantitative Mixing Analysis 15 Minye Liu 1b-1 Introduction 15 1b-2 Age and Time in a Flow System 16 1b-3 Governing Equations of Mean Age and Higher Moments 17 1b-4 Computation of Mean Age 20 1b-4.1 Validations of Numerical Solutions 20 1b-4.2 Spatial Distribution of Mean Age in Mixing Devices 21 1b-5 Relations of Mean Age and Residence Time Distribution 25 1b-6 Variances and the Degree of Mixing 27 1b-6.1 Variance of Residence Time Distribution 27 1b-6.2 Variances of Age 28 1b-6.3 Degree of Mixing 28 1b-6.4 Spatial Nonuniformity in CFSTRs 30 1b-7 Mean Age and Concentration in a CFSTR 31 1b-7.1 Time History of Tracer Concentration 31 1b-7.2 Mixing Time in CFSTRs 33 1b-8 Probability Distribution Function of Mean Age 34 1b-8.1 Definition 34 1b-8.2 Scaling and Blend Time Estimation 35 1b-9 Future Development of Mean Age Theory 39 Nomenclature 39 Greek Letters 40 References 41 2a Turbulence in Mixing Applications 43 Suzanne M. Kresta and Robert S. Brodkey 2a-1 Introduction 44 2b Update to Turbulence in Mixing Applications 47 M'arcio B. Machado and Suzanne M. Kresta 2b-1 Introduction 47 2b-2 The Velocity Field and Turbulence 48 2b-2.1 Circulation and Macromixing 51 2b-2.2 Fully Turbulent Limits and the Scaling of Turbulence 53 2b-3 Spectrum of Turbulent Length Scales: Injection of Scalar (Either Reagent or Additive) and the Macro-, Meso-, and Microscales of Mixing 56 2b-3.1 Mesoscale Mixing 59 2b-3.2 New Experimental Results 61 2b-3.3 Summary 65 2b-4 Turbulence and Mixing of Solids, Liquids, and Gases 65 2b-5 Specifying Mixing Requirements for a Process 66 2b-5.1 Mixing Test Cells 69 2b-6 Conclusions 78 Notation 78 Roman Characters 78 Greek Characters 79 References 80 3a Laminar Mixing: A Dynamical Systems Approach 85 Edit S. Szalai, Mario M. Alvarez, and Fernando J. Muzzio 3a-1 Introduction 86 3b Microstructure, Rheology, and Processing of Complex Fluids 87 Patrick T. Spicer and James F. Gilchrist 3b-1 Introduction 87 3b-2 Literature Analysis Mixing of Complex Fluids 90 3b-3 Common Complex Fluid Rheology Classes and Their Effects 92 3b-3.1 Shear-Thinning Fluids 93 3b-3.2 Yield Stress Fluids 95 3b-3.3 Shear-Thickening Fluids 101 3b-3.4 Time-Dependent Fluids 103 3b-4 Conclusions 110 Nomenclature 110 Greek Symbols 111 References 111 Part A: Measuring Tools and Techniques for Mixing and Flow Visualization Studies 115 David A. R. Brown, Pip N. Jones, and John C. Middleton 4-1 Introduction 117 4-2.3 Scale of Operation 154 5a Computational Fluid Mixing 119 Elizabeth Marden Marshall and Andr'e Bakker 5a-1 Introduction 120 5b CFD Modeling of Stirred Tank Reactors 123 Minye Liu 5b-1 Numerical Issues 123 5b-1.1 Mesh Types 123 5b-1.2 Effect of Mesh Size on Mean Flow and Turbulent Diffusion 124 5b-1.3 Discretization Schemes 125 5b-1.4 Time Integration 126 5b-1.5 Convergence 127 5b-1.6 Treatment of Impellers 129 5b-1.7 Numerical Diffusion 130 5b-2 Turbulence Models 131 5b-2.1 The RANS Models 132 5b-2.2 The LES Method 133 5b-2.3 The DES Method 135 5b-2.4 The DNS Method 135 5b-2.5 Laminar and Transitional Flows 136 5b-3 Quantitative Predictions 137 5b-3.1 Power Number 137 5b-3.2 Flow Number Calculation 13