This online event will be looking at advanced modeling methods to uncover such phenomena.
Many mixing vessels may develop deep vortices, these may be desirable or undesirable. They also result in an engulfment of gas from upper spaces into the liquid. While free surface modeling using VOF can be time consuming, one has to consider an efficient way to investigate such reactors which have various two phase regimes.
For this event, we will also look at how gas bubble flow in a stirred vessel differs when modeled using Lagrangian models versus Eulerian models and its implications on accuracy and robustness of solution.
If you are a:
- Process Engineer, Process Design Engineer
- Engineering Manager/Project Manager
- Simulation/Modeling Engineer
Who is primarily involved in the design, scale-up, troubleshooting or operation of reactors, this webinar will show you how CFD modeling can help you improve and shorten your engineering process. You will learn how to set up advanced multiphase models for reactor engineering and learn their significance in modeling varied flow regimes in reactors.