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Using Fluid Analysis to Optimize the Performance of Bioreactors
Posted Thu February 24, 2005 @09:16AM
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News Using Fluid Analysis to Optimize the Performance of Bioreactors
March 3, 2005 at 2pm

In this webinar, we will describe the type of fluid mixing engineering reviews that we design for our clients to deliver engineering value early in the project life cycle and identify the best use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations, thus minimizing longer-term project expenditure.

Such reviews are extremely important for overall understanding of bioreactors at the different scales since the bioreactors must be properly designed to meet multiple design criteria such as liquid blending, gas dispersion, cell suspension, gas-liquid mass transfer, cell- liquid mass transfer, local turbulence, local shear rate, and bubble size distribution.

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