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Technical Courses

Industrial Liquid Mixing

This course provides a broad survey of the most recent developments, newest equipment, and emerging design concepts in the field of liquid mixing. The course covers fundamentals in mixing theory including selection, scale-up, practical applications to mixing technology and advanced topics such as solid-liquid process. Participants will gain an excellent understanding of the fundamentals of mixing and how to apply the right technology to the mixing process.
Course Objectives

  • Learn basic concepts and practical methods to perform laboratory or pilot plant studies for the development of liquid mixing processes.
  • Identify the geometric, physical and dynamic variables of importance for the analysis of mixing in a stirred tank.
  • Analyze a variety of key geometric variables, including tank shape, impeller spacing, and baffles.
  • Quantify the power consumption and mixing time in a mixing vessel.
  • Scale up and scale down by using practical proven techniques of meeting geometrical similarity.
Who Should Attend
Engineers, process chemists and scientists who design, evaluate, and improve mixing processes will learn to identify and solve mixing problems. This course will be especially valuable to attendees who are new to process development, setting up experimental mixing equipment, or responsible for transitioning projects from laboratory to development to production. Staff from the chemical, petrochemical, specialty chemical, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, dairy, and food processing industries will benefit by attending.

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