Blog Posts Tagged Mixer Module
Analyzing a Centrifugal Pump Design with Frozen Rotor Approximation
Mechanical engineers can analyze the design of centrifugal pumps using the Frozen Rotor Approximation, which is available in the Mixer Module, an add-on to the CFD Module.
Analyzing Wastewater Contaminant Removal in a Secondary Clarifier
1 potential way to ensure sustainable water access is by developing safe and efficient wastewater clarifiers. Engineers can use fluid flow simulation to develop optimized clarifier systems.
Analyze a Mixer’s Design Elements with COMSOL Multiphysics®
Industrial mixers are used in the production of food, pharmaceuticals, and plastic. You can design a mixer geometry to fit your specific use case with simulation…
Free Surface Computations in Mixers and Rotating Machinery
Learn different approaches for performing free surface computations in mixers and rotating machinery using COMSOL Multiphysics® and the add-on CFD Module and Mixer Module.
Intro to Optimizing Mixer Design by Creating an App
By building a simulation app to study mixer designs, you can easily test the influence that the vessel, impeller, and operational conditions have on the design’s mixing efficiency.
Improving the Beer Brewing Process with Simulation
Which side of home beer brewing are you more interested in: The culinary side, like the recipes and ingredients, or the engineering one, like the conjugate heat transfer and chemical reactions?
New Mixer Module Showcases CFD Capabilities of COMSOL
The Mixer Module provides ready-made interfaces for describing the difficult problem of laminar and turbulent flows in rotating machinery with free liquid surfaces. COMSOL has been developing different techniques for modeling CFD, moving geometries, and free surfaces during the past few years for a number of different applications. This has now culminated in the new Mixer Module that was released with version 4.4, and it clearly showcases the improved CFD capabilities of COMSOL.
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