Modular Mixer-Turbulent Mixing (k-omega)
Application ID: 16903
This model provides you with tools to build a variety of mixers by combining two common types of vessels with two types of impellers. The mixers are baffled flat and dished bottom vessels with either pitched blade impellers or Rushton turbines. The model includes three examples using the Rotating Machinery, Fluid Flow branch with the frozen-rotor study type. The first example solves a laminar mixing problem in a flat bottom mixer with a Rushton turbine. The second and third examples solve for turbulent mixing in a dished bottom mixer with a pitched blade impeller using the k-epsilon and k-omega turbulence models.
This application was built using the following:Mixer Module
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