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The effect of mixing on scaleup of a parallel reaction system

Jun 08, 1992  THE EFFECT OF MIXING ON SCALEUP OF A PARALLEL REACTION SYSTEM E L. Paul, H. Mahadevan, J. Foster, M. Kennedy, M. Midler Merck Co., Inc., P.O. Box 2000, Rahway, N.J. 07065, USA ABSTRACT The study of the effect of mixing on parallel reactions can be effectively utilized to provide information on local micmmixing as well as to define the mixing ...

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Effects of Mixing on Parallel Chemical Reactions in a ...

Nov 01, 2001  Once the models are formulatedand validated experimentally they can be used in industrialapplications for prediction of effects of process parameterson the yield of the reaction product, as well as for scale-up of reactive mixing.In this work, the authors are particularly interested in theinbullet6uence of mixing on the course of parallel ...

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Nov 01, 1996  The effect of mixing on scaleup of a parallel reaction system Chem. Engng Sci. , 47 ( 1992 ) , pp. 2837 - 2840 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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SCALE-UP OF MIXING SYSTEMS

predict the conditions on the larger system. For some scale-up problems, generalized correlations as shown in Figures 8-11, 8-12, 8-13, and 8-14 are available for scale-up. However, there is much diversity in the process to be scaled-up, and as such no single method can

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Hydrodynamic effects on mixing and competitive reactions ...

Apr 01, 2005  A parallel, competitive fast reaction scheme was used to quantify the mixing effects by experimentally determining the yield, X S of one of the reaction products. In addition, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) was used to predict the flow field in the reactor as a function of the independent variables, and relate it to the reaction yield.

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10%  Among the problems that arise in the scale-up of batch reactions is that of reactions whose outcome is sensitive to mixing. ... Mahadevan, H., Foster, J., Kennedy, M. and Midler, M. (1992) The effect of mixing on scaleup of a parallel reaction system. Chem. Engng Sci., 47, 2837 ... Bourne, J.R., Kut, O.M. and Lenzner, J. (1992) An improved ...

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Mixing and Mass Transfer Reaction Rate

Improper or poor mixing may result in a low reaction rate, low yield, poor selectivity, or increased concentration of impurities, which increase the costs of manufacturing significantly. Mass transfer and kinetics can compete and contribute to the overall reaction rate. Process scale-up and optimization require that the impact of mixing on the ...

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The fourth Bourne reaction is a parallel reaction system where the acid-catalyzed hydrolysis of 2,2-dimethoxypropane (DMP) is conducted in parallel with the neutralization of HCl with NaOH.

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Process scale-up and optimization require that the impact of mixing on the reaction rate be quantified. Automated, controlled experiments can be run in parallel in a laboratory reactor system to establish a mass transfer correlation, and provide a means to quickly adjust the

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SCALE-UP OF MIXING SYSTEMS

predict the conditions on the larger system. For some scale-up problems, generalized correlations as shown in Figures 8-11, 8-12, 8-13, and 8-14 are available for scale-up. However, there is much diversity in the process to be scaled-up, and as such no single method can successfully handle all types of scale-up

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Nov 01, 1997  The effect of mixing on scaleup of a parallel reaction system Chem. Engng Sci. , 47 ( 1992 ) , pp. 2837 - 2840 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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Mixing and the selectivity of fast chemical reactions ...

Among the problems that arise in the scale-up of batch reactions is that of reactions whose outcome is sensitive to mixing. ... Mahadevan, H., Foster, J., Kennedy, M. and Midler, M. (1992) The effect of mixing on scaleup of a parallel reaction system. Chem. Engng Sci., 47, 2837 ... Bourne, J.R., Kut, O.M. and Lenzner, J. (1992) An improved ...

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DESIGN AND SCALE-UP OF CONTINUOUS FLOW MICRO

The pilot system is comprised of three parallel micro-reactors, attached to feeding peristaltic pumps for supplying the two reactants throughout two headers. The system has two feeding tanks and product tank, these tanks are of Stainless steel. Figure 4 demonstrates the schematic process flow diagram of the pilot system. Fig. 4.

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Micro-mixing in chemical reactors: A perspective ...

Apr 01, 2017  Micro-mixing is an important mechanism, which works simultaneously with macro-mixing in chemical reactors in process industries, for achieving the best selectivity with respect to desired products. In about a half century, a huge amount of data and knowledge has been accumulated from theoretical and experimental studies on micro-mixing.

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Chemical Engineering 2: Scale-up of Fed batch reactions with DynoChem How to use DynoChem to scale-up fed batch reactions. Review of vessel mixing, process schemes. Use of Estimate UA utility to find minimum safe addition time. Use of Liquid mixing utility to find agitator speed and addition time for equivalent mixing 2014-Feb-18

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mixing of fluids - University of Babylon

Mixing refers to any operation used to change a non-uniform system into a uniform one (i.e., the random distribution of two or more initially separated phases); agitation implies forcing a fluid by mechanical means to flow in a circulatory or other pattern inside a vessel. Mixing is an integral part of chemical or physical processes mixing of ...

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Mixing and Mass Transfer Reaction Rate

In an example from the webinar, The Importance of Mixing, Ray Machado PhD, rm2 Technologies LLC and Air Products and Chemicals, optimizes mixing for fast reactions in an automated synthesis reactor.Using the reaction of S 2 O 3-2 and I 2 in the presence of starch, he demonstrates the impact of mixing on the reagent distribution by showing where fast chemical reactions with competing

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CHAPTER 9. AGITATION AND MIXING

• For specific time of mixing, the best mixer is the one that mixes in the required time with the smallest amount of power SCALE UP • Maintaining constant power per unit volume and

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Scale-up effect of residence time distribution of ...

A GPU-based, massively parallel coarse-grained CFD-DEM method was adapted to study the scale-up effect of residence time distribution of polydisperse particles in continuously operated multiple-chamber fluidized beds, where the bed is scaled up either by keeping a constant length of each chamber and increasing the number of chambers (Scaling method I) or by maintaining the number unchanged but ...

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Scale-up of microreactor: Effects of hydrodynamic diameter ...

Nov 23, 2020  1. Introduction. Microreactor technology is used for the continuous processing of chemical reactions within confined channels at the microscale. Because of the small characteristic scale, the microreactor exhibits several advantages, including a high surface-to-volume ratio, fast mixing, highly efficient mass transfer, and safety (Ott et al., 2016, Roberge et al., 2005, Suryawanshi et al ...

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defined for a system in which the flow is at steady state. The E(t) of a flow system is also the unit impulse response for flow of an inert tracer through the system. In the process control field, the unit impulse response is usually denoted g(t). The Laplace transform of E(t) is the transfer function for fluid flow of an inert species through ...

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Mixing of The Production of Bulk Chemicals Overview

For fast reactions and very fast reactions, mixing has more of an impact on the reaction. Both conversion and selectivity need to be carefully accessed in these cases. Figure 5 represents a possible industrial reaction with different reaction rates. Figure 5. A parallel reaction with two different reaction

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Mixing and the selectivity of fast chemical reactions ...

Among the problems that arise in the scale-up of batch reactions is that of reactions whose outcome is sensitive to mixing. ... Mahadevan, H., Foster, J., Kennedy, M. and Midler, M. (1992) The effect of mixing on scaleup of a parallel reaction system. Chem. Engng Sci., 47, 2837 ... Bourne, J.R., Kut, O.M. and Lenzner, J. (1992) An improved ...

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Mixing and Dispersion in Small-S cale Flow Sy stems

these effects can result in improved choices of reactor dimensions and give insight for reactor scale-up. We provide an overview of both dispersive and mixing effects in flow systems and present simple relationships for determining whether mixing or dispersion is important for a given flow system.

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MIXING EFFECT ON HOMOGENEOUS REACTION IN BATCH

to examine scale-up effect as well as a 1-/ small vessel. Through a mechanical device9} 100 (or 4300) ml of A reactive solution was quickly charged into 900 (or 1000 or 38,700)ml of B. The concentration of 198 Fig. 4 Analysis of rapid reaction data under incomplete mixing effect by

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Chemical Reactor Design, Optimization, and Scaleup

1.5 Mixing Times and Scaleup 26 1.6 Dimensionless Variables and Numbers 31 1.7 Batch Versus Flow and Tank Versus Tube 33 Suggested Further Readings 36 Problems 37 2 Multiple Reactions in Batch Reactors 41 2.1 Multiple and Nonelementary Reactions 41 2.1.1 Reaction Mechanisms 42 2.1.2 Byproducts 43 2.2 Component Reaction Rates for Multiple ...

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SIMULTANEOUS REMOVAL OF CYANIDES AND COPPER IN AN ...

Scale-up of Micromixing Effects in Stirred Tank Reactors by a Parallel Competing Reaction System. ICHEME Symposium Series , 136 , 251–258. Souto, R.M., Laz, M.M., González, S. (1997). X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Electrochemical Studies on the Interaction of Potassium Ethyl Xanthate with Metallic Copper.

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Distributions of Residence Times for Chemical Reactors

System 3 In many continuous-stirred tank reactors, the inlet and outlet pipes are close together (Figure 13-3). In one operation it was desired to scale up pilot plant results to a much larger system. It was realized that some short cir-cuiting occurred, so the tanks were modeled as perfectly mixed CSTRs with a

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Computational Analysis of Mixing and Scale-Up in Emulsion ...

When the coagulation is carried out in the reaction limited aggregation (RLA) regime, a coagulation time of about 1–120 sec, the system can be controlled by mixing to yield dense, spheroidal ...

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Scale‐up in plug‐flow reactors: Laminar feed Request PDF

Similarity parameters are derived to correlate the selectivity of mixing controlled parallel reactions within stirred-tank reactors. For the case of laminar reactant feed, the Kolmogoroff time is ...

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CONVERSION AND REACTOR SIZING

conversion of species A in a reaction is equal to the number of moles of A reacted per mole of A fed. X =(NA0 −NA) X =(FA0 −FA) Batch Flow NA0 FA0 X = Moles of A reacted Moles of A fed For irreversible reactions, the maximum value of conversion, X, is that for complete conversion, i.e. X = 1.0.

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Design and scale-up of continuous di-nitration reaction ...

Aug 09, 2021  Scale-up of the di-nitration reaction for synthesis of selective herbicide pendimethalin using only nitric acid in continuous flow is presented in this work. This work showcases an approach for smooth scale-up for an herbicide for a production capacity of 50 kg/day using a pinched tube reactor. The approach begins with the batch experiments followed by flow synthesis using a 1/8-inchSS316 ...

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Large Eddy Simulations of Reactive Mixing in Jet Reactors ...

To characterize the mixing process, a set of two competitive, parallel chemical reactions with well-known kinetics was used. The reaction system consisted of the neutralization of sodium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid and the alkaline hydrolysis of ethyl chloroacetate [24]. The LES results were

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Scale problems in production - PetroWiki

Jan 15, 2018  Scale problems in production. Wells producing water are likely to develop deposits of inorganic scales. Scales can and do coat perforations, casing, production tubulars, valves, pumps, and downhole completion equipment, such as safety equipment and gas lift mandrels. If allowed to proceed, this scaling will limit production, eventually ...

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Development of a continuous process for enol esters of ...

(b) Reaction zone: The reaction was carried out in a system consisting of a mixing chamber, plug flow reactor, continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR), and a finishing plug flow reactor in two segments. The CSTR was designed by Heiland (10). It was operated full at all times, as flow

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