The Effect of Particle Size on Solids Suspension in a Stirred Tank Reactor
MAK Andrew Tsz Chung
Minimum speed for solids suspension (Njs) is a critical parameter in most solid-liquid mixing processes. Most continuous processes (eg CSTR) will have to operate above this speed to avoid bottom fillet formation and the solid-liquid mass transfer per unit energy input is at the maximum at Njs.
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The candidate(s) is expected to conduct a literature survey on just suspension speed and its relationship with the particles to be suspended. He or she will use the data to be collected to verify the model/ mechanism proposed in various literature.
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