Handbook of Industrial Mixing: Science and Practice
Edward L. Paul, Victor A. Atiemo-Obeng, Suzanne M. Kresta
John Wiley & Sons, Feb 17, 2004 - Reference - 1440 pages
Handbook of Industrial Mixing will explain the difference and uses of a variety of mixers including gear mixers, top entry mixers, side entry mixers, bottom entry mixers, on-line mixers, and submerged mixers The Handbook discusses the trade-offs among various mixers, concentrating on which might be considered for a particular process. Handbook of Industrial Mixing explains industrial mixers in a clear concise manner, and also:
* Contains a CD-ROM with video clips showing different type of mixers in action and a overview of their uses.
* Gives practical insights by the top professional in the field.
* Details applications in key industries.
* Provides the professional with information he did receive in school
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10 SolidLiquid Mixing
11 GasLiquid Mixing in Turbulent Systems
12 Immiscible LiquidLiquid Systems
13 Mixing and Chemical Reactions
14 Heat Transfer
15 Solids Mixing
16 Mixing of Highly Viscous Fluids Polymers and Pastes
17 Mixing in the Fine Chemicals and Pharmaceutical Industries
2 Turbulence in Mixing Applications
3 Laminar Mixing A Dynamical Systems Approach
4 Experimental Methods
5 Computational Fluid Mixing
6 Mechanically Stirred Vessels
7 Mixing in Pipelines
8 RotorStator Mixing Devices
9 Blending of Miscible Liquids
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