Mixing Tanks & Reactors: R&D,Scaling Up, Production, Designing, Tobleshooting & Imporvement
VisiMix is a tool that provides the accurate answer, saves you time, money and resources
VisiMix is a tool that provides the accurate answer,
saves you time, money and resources
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The trial version includes all functions of the VisiMix Turbulent:
mathematical modeling of mixing,
mixing-dependent processes in low viscosity liquids,
multiphase media, calculation of all mixing and process parameters,
but only for two types of
impellers – propeller and disk turbine,
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Chemical Mixing Simulation
Process technology transfer is an important activity in the chemical industry.
Chemical process that occurs in a stirred reactor is highly dependent on hydrodynamics during mixing.
Chemical Mixing Simulation consists, fundamentally, of the estimation of the main mixing parameters that influence the process and determine its result even in yield, operation, and quality of the product.
Knowledge of these parameters and their interaction with the process allows better understanding of the process.
Frequently it is required to make adapt the equipment or operation to improve the performance of the process.
Using VisiMix for Chemical process simulation, the professional personal in the team is also able, with a high degree of confidence, to evaluate the transfer of the process to another stirred reactor as well as to scale up / down it.
In addition using VisiMix for simulation of these processes leads to saving time and money during the development of a project.
In this article, we discuss liquid–liquid system in VisiMix and explain how we use Particle Vision Microscopy (PVM) PVM to calculate droplet size. For that we need the PVM droplet size to be matched to VisiMix in order to “calibrate”
Hydrodynamics in stirred vessels can be classified as laminar or turbulent. VisiMix utilizes two sets of tools: one devoted to laminar mixing and a couple of them devoted to turbulent mixing. The hydrodynamic parameter used to describe whether the mixing